It's the same in any lingo

בַּת-בָּבֶל, הַשְּׁדוּדָה: אַשְׁרֵי שֶׁיְשַׁלֶּם-לָךְ-- אֶת-גְּמוּלֵךְ, שֶׁגָּמַלְתּ לָנוּ
אַשְׁרֵי שֶׁיֹּאחֵז וְנִפֵּץ אֶת-עֹלָלַיִךְ-- אֶל-הַסָּלַע

How can one be compelled to accept slavery? I simply refuse to do the master's bidding. He may torture me, break my bones to atoms and even kill me. He will then have my dead body, not my obedience. Ultimately, therefore, it is I who am the victor and not he, for he has failed in getting me to do what he wanted done. ~ Mahatma Gandhi
If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am not for others, what am I? If not now, when? ~ Rav Hillel, Pirke Avot

This Red Sea Pedestrian Stands against Judeophobes

This Red Sea Pedestrian Stands against Judeophobes
Wear It With Pride

30 August 2008

The Problem Is You're Not Very Bright

I should probably have posted this in the latest post on Camp Pampers' dull witted sheeple, but this comment is such a clear illustration as to the poor mind of the Pampers follower that it deserves its own post.

I am very disappointed with the HRC supporters who refuse to get behind the nominee Barack Obama.

You're disappointed?  I'm so sorry to hear that because my raison d'etre is to make you happy.  I'm going to cry in my coffee.

If you are supporting a canidate for their policies then why in the world would you support John McCain. 

I have not endorsed John McCain for President.  At no time have a said McCain should be President, or that I want him to be President (though I will admittedly sleep better at night knowing McCain is in the White House).  If I cast my vote for McCain it will be because I consider it the best strategy for defeating Barry Pampers Soetoro (more on that later).

I am completely astonished about the misinformation on this site and other HRC for Mccain sites.

There is no false information about Barry Soetoro printed on this blog.  There certainly are plenty that are sarcastic and satirical, but we deal with facts about Barry on this blog.  Sometimes the truth hurts.  It's best to just rip the band-aid right off.

 It makes me wonder if you guys are truly democrats or republicans.

I'm sure it does.  I will not go into my political status any further than I already have.  I have posted this information innumerable times.  If you can't read you should enroll in an adult literacy program.  Most communities have them.  Check with your local public library.  Everyone should be able to read.  It opens a great many doors, and helps unlock minds.

The excuse that most of you give is that Barack has little experience, well Ronald Reagan, Abraham Lincoln, JFK, and Harry Truman each had little experience so please do not use that as an excuse.

Abraham Lincoln first ran for office at the age of 23, losing his first election (unlike Pampers he chose not to try to get his opposition thrown off the ballot).  He was elected Captain of an Illinois militia company (there is no evidence that Pampers even signed up with Selective Service), a four term legislator from Sangamon County Illinois, state leader of the Illinois Whig Party, and was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1846.  In none of those positions did he use his political connections for the benefit of his supporters, and at the expense of his constituents; but Pampers sure did.

Ronald Reagan was a two term Governor from the State of California giving a tremendous amount of experience as an executive (Pampers has none).

Harry Truman was a judge, two term Senator and Vice President before taking over for Franklin Delano Roosevelt upon his death.

JFK was the commander of a PT boat in World War II, a three term member of the U.S. House of Representatives, and a one term member of the U.S. Senate before being elected President.

But since you've not actually read my blog you don't realize that I have not cited lack of experience as a major factor as to why he is unfit to lead this country.  It's the corrupt way he behaved, the associations with convicted felons, terrorists, racists, and homophobes he cultivated, and his chronic lying, sexism, race baiting, endorsement of voter fraud, and obfuscation of his background that make him unfit.

The reason they didnt show HRC who are protesting the nomination is because their are not that many of you and nobody wants to see a bunch of whiners and sore losers.

There are around 2.5 to 3 million people registered to PUMA sites on the internet.  There are uncounted millions who are not online, as suggested by polling data, that are also saying no deal to Pampers.  I assume when you say "they didn't show HRC who are protesting the nomination" you mean the reason you didn't see us on TV.  I myself was interviewed by crews from no less than seven different countries, as well as American print media, and radio.  CNN and MSNBC have no objectivity when it comes to this election.  Their lack of credibility is reflected in their plummeting ratings.  Though MSNBC did interview PUMAs on TV, as has FOX News and CNN.  CNN even has a PUMA as a member of its political round table.  His name is James Carville.  You should see his shoes.

As for being whiners and sore losers, this stopped being about HRC on May 31, 2008 when the DNC made it clear that they were going to do everything possible to make sure that Pampers was the nominee.  A pledged delegate from New Mexico told me in Denver that there was no way HRC was going to be the nominee because Dean and Donna didn't want her to be...that must be the democratic process you sheeple keep yipping about.  We are in the streets, and in the media to make sure the world knows that the 2008 Democratic Party election cycle was gamed from the beginning, that the Party violated its own charter and sunshine laws to promote Pampers, and that the votes of nearly 36 million people didn't matter because the Democratic Party selected its candidate through its race based delegate distribution, violation of party rules, and the intimidation of pledged delegates at their National Convention.  We're not sore.  We're pissed.  The Democratic Party is a cancer that produced a tumor called Obama. Our votes are the cure.

 I wish the HRC supporters would have the same grace as Hillary and Bill. They did a lot to restore my faith in them.

The Clintons are loyal Democrats and have their own motives for doing what they did.  We are loyal to our country first, not a political party; certainly not one that violates the rights of its members, and its own charter.  We own our votes.  The DNC does not.  What made you lose faith in them in the first place?  Because Pampers told you they are racists?  Because they stood up for white working class people after Pampers told them they were nothing more than bigoted bible thumping gun toters?  Because they saw what a fraud Pampers is and decided to try and vet him because the media abdicated that responsibility?

I will end on this note. If the whole reason you voted was to vote for HRC then I suggest you get out of politics because people like you are the reason the dictators and hitlers of the world get into office.

That is one of the most laughable comments I've ever received on this blog.  Yes I voted for HRC because she's HRC and because she represents an agenda I support.  She is a public servant who has historically fought for children, the elderly, women's rights, equal rights, and human rights.  She has been one of the only Democrats in the Senate to stand up to the Bush administration while assholes like your Pampers voted for FISA so the telecom companies will not be punished for illegally letting Bush tap our phones, and so Bush and Cheney can continue to listen to our phone conversations.

Pampers, on the other hand, gave so few specifics about his policies that it led some Democrats to start asking what the hell do you mean by change anyway?  The only time he actually got specific is when he gave his big speech the other night which, policy wise, was not only a complete cherry picking of HRC's positions (not unlike his chronic use of the phrase, "I agree with Senator Clinton" in virtually every head to head debate they had), but a plagiarizing of her stump speech.  For those of us actually paying attention it is quite clear that Pampers has stood for nothing other than himself, which is what little fascists like yourself stand for as well.  
You don't stand for democratic process.  If you did you would be as outraged as we are that Pampers sent thugs to the caucuses to steal manuals, intimidate the elderly, and illegally inflate the numbers of voters he had present.  If you cared about democratic process you would be as outraged as we are that the DNC took 4 delegates from one candidate and gave them to another in violation of its own rules.  If you cared about democratic process you would be shocked and angered that pledged delegates to the Democratic National Convention were intimidated and threatened into voting for Pampers, were made to vote behind closed doors, and then participate in a fake roll call vote on national television.  But you don't care.  All you care about is that Pampers gets elected because he's your messiah.  It is in fact mindless sheeple like yourself, with your change t-shirts and Obama salutes, that have brought us the Hitlers of the world, and want to elect the closest thing this country has seen to fascism since Joe McCarthy was in the Senate (I assume you don't know who he is...go google).

 I have no respect for people of this nature and do not think you deserve a bit of coverage. However, you will get coverage by the media to stir up trouble and drum up votes for the republicans.

You really shouldn't put yourself down like that.  Have some self respect.  You clearly have opinions (misguided as they are).  You're a fascist.  You should embrace it.  Polish your jackboots and iron your brown shirt.  Pampers is going to need you for his National Civilian Security Force so he can enforce his will on the people, while he continues to tap our phones via the FISA bill he voted for in the Senate.  Oh wait...he's going to lose.



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