Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The words of cowards, black-hearts, and the republican party…

posted by Bill Arnett @ 2:04 PM Permalink

…are rapidly approaching those of traitors to America that place their own personal interests and party interests ahead of the interest of all Americans - to include their own constituencies.

Read the words of Senator Jim DeMint:
“If we’re able to stop Obama on this, it will be his Waterloo,” Mr. Obama said, repeating the words of the Republican senator. “It will break him.”
Or this timeless jewel from the collections of traitorous speech by Jim Demint courtesy of Paul Krugman:
Sen. Jim DeMint says that America under Obama is like Germany before World War II. Republican women in Maryland say that Obama is like Hitler. Hitler comparisons are apparently rife at tea parties. What’s gotten into the GOP?
And then there is a wonderful comment by a reader in Paul Krugman's column:
The ultra-right wing Republicans don’t want to debate issues. They aren’t interested in facts. They want to stir up emotions, hurl insults and spew rhetoric. They want to lay the blame for everything that went wrong in this country at the foot of one group, regardless of little that group actually had to do with what went wrong. They label anyone who doesn’t agree with them as being “unpatriotic”, a danger to the security of the fatherland, oops, I mean the nation, and even insinuate that thier [sic] opponents are giving aid to “the enemy” with thier [sic] words. Now who does that sound like ?
Everywhere I go on the web, and admittedly I do not patronize nor read the mouth-breather's websites, I find articles full of ridiculous and traitorous statements made by one Republican Senator after another, all saying it is the goal of their party to stop Obama at every turn, damn the cost. They, and their minions, actively state their desire for Obama to be a failed president and they are working tirelessly to make it so.

These idiots seem ignorant of the fact that if they succeed in making Obama fail, Americans, all Americans, to include even the republican politician's very own constituents are damaged by the traitorous actions of a party which would gladly place party before country without even thinking twice about it.

Bastards. Worthless republican bastards that are naught but a waste of skin and with minds geared to hurting everyone else as long as the republican politician can hopefully gain more power, notwithstanding the damage they do to the people who elected them.

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At 2:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ya know? I totally agree with you, anybody with a default agenda to make a leader fail should be treated like a traitor.

Of course, there are caveats. What happens when that leader (any leader ...) successfully destroys a nation's principles of foundation (as BOTH Bushs did)? Executive treason at its bare-bones basics ~

Or what happens -- as apparently is Obama's case -- when a leader (in order to become leader) promises one thing to a potential consituency yet diametrically conducts himself as his own worst opponent once he has the brass ring?

Or should we just blindly allow a leader to break whatever promises he finds most profitable with only token opposition?

By any other name, broken campaign promises are still just lies.

Because I truly dislike liars, I couldn't stand Bush. But by that same standard, tolerating Obama's dishonesty simply because he's more telegenic (you know, somebody I just might love having a glass of wine with) would require me to be even more dishonest with myself.

I really do hope that Obama really does succeed at making all his campaign promises come true ... even those campaign promises I really didn't appreciate too much. However, when the achievement agenda of his campaign selectively does a functional about-face after he's elected (devoid of some reasonably mitigating circumstance), especially on those issues, I also really do hope that he miserably fails.

I consider false campaign promises as a form of treason.


At 9:54 AM, Blogger Bill Arnett said...

"I consider false campaign promises as a form of treason."

I agree up to the extent where the opposition by a traitorous, treasonous republican party manages to block most everything Obama wants to get done, along with those "blue dog" democrats that are really yella dawg, piss poor politicians with their own private agenda.

Nice to hear from ya again, DanD.

At 2:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


As I lurk across the ethernet, a fingerprint or two are occasionally left behind.

It's nice to find a haven where my sour disposition may sometimes be appreciated.


At 7:57 PM, Blogger Bill Arnett said...

Sour? You? No Way!

I think the word would be acerbic. Much to clever are you to be merely 'sour' when you can use a ten dollar word for the same purpose!


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