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Wednesday, July 9, 2008

Presidential Politics

John Mc Cain has a new ad, Wesley Clark should open his clap trap, demonstrate his patriotism and try to dispute this ad.



This graphic falls under the category "If the shoe fits"


And this little man, who is posing a large problem to Israel and the US, is willing to meet with Obama anytime, it would be nice for Obama to make good on his word to meet with him without preconditions and do it NOW! That event would be guaranteed to make or break his election.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Beautiful words cannot make our lives better"...what an amazing campaign slogan.

Anonymous said...

Are you inferring that Wesley Clark has oral gonorrhea?

Anonymous said...

FYI elitism does not necessarily have negative connotations.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elitism

Anonymous said...

McCain's will had finally wilted under the beatings. Unable to endure any more, he agreed to sign a confession....

Please put a person in office that was not willing to die for his country and committed adultery. Sounds like he's got good ole' American values. What a joke! Those individuals whom wanted a woman in the White House can perhaps find solace in the vagina that is John McCain.

TF said...

Scott,
Just for the record did you really understand what General Clark said.
Let me paraphrase.
He said he admired McCain's service and patriotism.
He then said that individual operationalism in a military context does not provide the necessary qualifications for commander in chief. It makes sense to me.
Really, does that sound like clap-trap to you?

PCS said...

Ha, McCain is old enough to remember the summer of love. I wonder how many other people even knows what the summer of love refers too. Damn hippies should have been shot for wanting peace......oh wait...they were.

Political IV said...

Hey John, (really TF, but thought you would not mind being called any name like you address your post)

Anyway, TF, is this the same Clark that ran for the Presidency?

ahhh Yes it is, and explain what qualifications he was running on?

McCain's POW status and service to our country speaks positively to his character therefore, its use is appropriate. The commercial does not say "elect me, because I was a POW"

Now Ted, John or whomever, tell me about Obama's qualifications? And tell everyone if you think a New York State Senator is electable as President, that is essentially what you are doing with Obama, electing a state senator. He has only 3.5 years experience in the US Senate, of which he has been campaigning for 1.5 years of that time.

Anonymous said...

Scott, you failed to mention that "the little man" also offered to meet with McCain. You are not independent and you are not a voice of reason. If you were, you would have been honest with the headline and pointed out to your readers that the offer was good for anyone running for president. That would include others who join the race.

If anything, you are amusing as you try to ride the shirt tails of other distortion masters like Limbaugh, Hannity and O'Reilly. Leave the spin to the professionals. Nice try, though.

RWiley said...

"He has only 3.5 years experience in the US Senate, of which he has been campaigning for 1.5 years of that time."

In 2000 when George Bush was the star of your party he had no experience except for a few years as Governor in state which gave the Governor little power.

And, by the way he has screwed up our nation, it appears that he still has no experience.

Your claim of no experience is weak at best. But, here in the North Country where many Republicans still believe Obama is a Muslim, perhaps it is working for you. This campaign is apparently above your thinking as the majority of the Nation is recognizing the real problems we face and are seeking solutions other than 8 more years of what we have now.

Anonymous said...

Make we should take all of our foreign policy advice from Scott Gray, huh?

The secret to world peace?

Tulips!! Tulips for everyone!!

Anonymous said...

Snob? This is the best you can do? This is as deep as you can think? Oh and yes. That Muslim there standing by a woman in a burka. That is soooo scary. Boo!
There, now everybody will vote for the war hero.

Anonymous said...

anon 5:17 is right on. iv has every right to turn his/her blog into a republican spin machine, but s/he should at least be candid about it, instead of hiding behind this "independent voice of reason" hogwash.

Anonymous said...

Yup we need a new slogan here.

Anonymous said...

One thing you Republican hayseeds over there in Jeff Co. don't ever have to worry about. There is no way you will ever find one of them there elitists slipping into your party.

Anonymous said...

Political IV said...
Hey John, (really TF, but thought you would not mind being called any name like you address your post)

Anyway, TF, is this the same Clark that ran for the Presidency?

ahhh Yes it is, and explain what qualifications he was running on?

I'm not TF, but I think the correct answer to that question is "Supreme Allied Commander of NATO" 4 Star General, West Point Graduate, Rhode Scholar in Economics I believe at Oxford, Operational Commander of the war in Bosnia, where NOT A SINGLE AMERICAN CASUALTY was suffered under his command, head of a fairly significant investment fund in private life following his military career.

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