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May 04, 2008

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Sue

Well, I know angry too, and I am angry that she is angry that we noticed Wright. The blame for Wright is squarely on their shoulders, and they have not yet owned that guilt.

clarice

And you just get their divorce records unsealed even though both parties have chosen to keep them sealed and those records may be harmful to THEIR children.

Sue

But it helped her children, so all's good.

Buford Gooch

If you think listening to Hillary for wight years as First Lady was bad, pray hard (and work harder) that this one is never in that position.

Buford Gooch

Oops.

"eight"

Rick Ballard

BHO is so mad he sent his wife out to tell us about it?

I smell a definite chapter in "Profiles in Pussywhipped" here. He should have just bowled it off...

clarice

Better yet, as Don Surber notes, she has the capacity to reveal what it is Barako is telling himself. (voice in HER head?)

Porchlight

How could they possibly think such a revelation benefits him? What wavering Obama supporter exists that would be fortified by hearing this?

He is really amazingly lame if he really sent his wife out there to bitch about how angry he is.

kim

Yeah, like she's held in terror by his threats, why should we be?
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kim

Obama vs McCain see who can get most pissywhupped.
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kim

Yep, that's deliberate. I love it.
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Chris

Didn't BO decry the politics of fear? What is it that he's trying to do, if not scare us, by sending his wife out to hector America?

MeTooThen

Eight years of Michelle.

Get used to it now.

I've said it before, Barack Hussein Obama is the Democratic nominee and in every likelihood will be the next POTUS.

The Democrats having set just about every bad precedent will finally stop this time and not overturn the will (or votes) of their electorate.

Once fully nominated, Barry will win.

John Sidney McCain III will not be able to overcome the information structure of 8 years of BusHitler! No Blood for Oil! and every other canard and calumny that W. left undefended.

It won't be too bad, though.

Because They are The Ones They have been waiting for!

Or something.

Or not.

Just sayin'.


Danube of Thought

Never underestimate the unspoken, unmentionable effect that Michelle will have on this race. She will be partially responsible for the fact that he will receive fewer than 250 Electoral Votes: she is very, very far from a likeable person, and that's gonna matter a lot.

MayBee

And you just get their divorce records unsealed even though both parties have chosen to keep them sealed and those records may be harmful to THEIR children.

Posted by: clarice | May 04, 2008 at 10:50 AM

But it helped her children, so all's good.

Posted by: Sue

Ding ding ding! You two win!

Curly Smith

"Barack is always thinking three steps ahead"

Well, three steps ahead for 1953...

I get it, Obama is soooo much smarter than the rest of us. He only comes off as a blithering elitist idiot because I'm too stupid to understand the nuance.

Rick Ballard

What's the counterstroke? Does the Odious Slattern send Rage Bubba out to do battle with Rage Mama? That might be too obvious, although loads of fun. I'll bet we just see some sympathetic remarks about BHO's difficulty in controlling his "ego, anger, and frustration" followed by Rezko redux. With jury instructions scheduled for the 12th, the time for Rezko to cut a deal is growing short.

Will Fitz settle for Blag's head or will he go for BHO's as well? I suppose it depends upon whether he'd like to be a Governor or a Senator.

PeterUK

"I've said it before, Barack Hussein Obama is the Democratic nominee and in every likelihood will be the next POTUS."

Michelle out there doing this often enough and every "Yes Dear" husband will be metaphorically stabbing the wife with his ballot paper.
Get her on bar room TV.

PeterUK

The truth is Barry said,"Please would you go out there and explain my anger Dearest? I have to finish the ironing".

MeTooThen

PeterUK

LOL.

Rick Ballard,

Thank you for bringing this up.

Rezko is the wild card here.

For the Believers nothing short of the revelation that Barack Hussein Obama is actually a GOP-mole will keep them from their Messiah.

For the few percentage of voting Americans that still matter (and they are a very small group) a Rezko-turn may be enough to scuttle Barry and Michelle's excellent adventure.

My guess is that the Illinois and Cook County Democratic Machines will gladly sacrifice Blago (my former congressman) than risk the loss of an Illinois and Chicago-sent POTUS.

It sucks to be Rod Blog right now.

Just sayin'.

Danube of Thought

I doan wanna be a naysayer (heaven forbid!), but I don't think Rezko has much to give up in the way of Obama stuff.

JB

The wild card here is still Rev. Wright. Will he continue to stab Obama and will the MSM continue to give him the spotlight? I have a premonition we haven't heard the last of him.

Larry

Andrew Sullivan appears to believe that a post such as this, together with most of the comments, constitute a racist attack on Obama's candidacy.

Danube of Thought

It amazes me that Andrew Sullivan gets as much attention as he does. He is a one-trick pony (gay rights), an irrational zealot, and a hothead. What the hell in his background commends him to us? What is the basis for listening to his rants? He's in a small category with Olbermann in my view: a fool seeking attention.

Ranger

Well, it is interesting that the talk of a Rezko plea deal started just as Obama was throwing Wright under the bus. Do you think Rezko realized that Obama either might not win (thus no pardon), or that even if he did win 'Tony' might be too hot to help?

BTW, Blago is a good lesson on "change" candidates from Chicago. He ran his entire election campaign on "changing the way Sprinfield does things." Now they are actually talking about impeachment because even though the Dems have no real opposition in this state, the idea of Blago staying in office through a couple more election cycles is starting to scare every elected Dem in Illinois.

Danube of Thought

If Rezko is thinking of an eventual pardon he's nuts. Obama wouldn't do it until his last days in office, and it's very doubtful he'd do it even then. The Marc Rich example has probably halted the practice of pardoning one's corrupt benefactrs for a long, long time, given the scar tissue it put on Bubba's legacy.

Jane

but I don't think Rezko has much to give up in the way of Obama stuff.

Me neither - a mention here and there won't do much. Naw - I think since Obama is running on "Judgment" it's best to leave it right there. Obama's judgment is reflected in his affiliates, the legislation he has sponsered and his experience in the world so far.

I'm thinking slam dunk.

MayBee

Yesterday Michelle said something to the effect that everything that comes out of the Obama Whitehouse will be for the family. I've got to find it in print somewhere.
As a parent and a person very concerned about the welfare of children, her statement frightened me. A whole nation for the children! No good can come of that.

Porchlight

True, MayBee. Anytime you see something touted as being done "for the children," run away fast. There is a reason they pick a constituency who can't speak for themselves to "do things" for.

clarice

Read it again, MayBee. As I observed up thread, for her "for the children" means for HER children.

MayBee

, her statement frightened me.

I was frightened by her statement.

(sorry, grammar police)

PeterUK

"Andrew Sullivan appears to believe that a post such as this, together with most of the comments, constitute a racist attack on Obama's candidacy."

MMMMMMmmmmmmm!!!

Elliott

, her statement frightened me.

I was frightened by her statement.

I don’t think that her statement showed much concern for you. I don’t — more importantly — I don’t think her statement showed much concern for what you’re trying to do in this campaign.

Jane

~I'm a racist, you're a racist, wouldn't you like to be a racist too~

Old Dad

I'll admit that I'm a crochety old fart, but could a 46 year old Ivy League educated woman seriously believe that serious adults give two s**ts about the Senator's delicate mental state?

Shuddup and grow a pair the both of ya.

troy mcclure

Ok then, So Obama went to Columbia in the 1980s, one of his professors was brezinski, Brezinski founded the Saudi/Pakistani pipeline to the Afghans that chose Salafi
and Wahhabi elements(Hekmatyar,Abu Sayyaf,
Younis Khalis) over pro Western moderates
like Massuod/Karzai/Rabbanithat gave us in time; AQ and the Taliban. Osama's only other foreign trip was to Pakistan, do with it, what you will.

MayBee

Here it is (via ABC)

"We wanted to have a family day because our hope is that when we get into the White House ... the White House will be a place where children and family become the core of everything that happens out of that building," Michelle Obama said.

Ha, well, ok the core of everything.
So as clarice said, the Ryan children were indeed at the core of the divorce scandal Obama benefited from.

Elliott

What can we do so that the conversation helps TM's kids?

Porchlight

OT:

Via HotAir, here's Danube's favorite triangle-mouthed guy being grilled by Chris Wallace on Fox about the DNC's "100 years" ad:

Wallace rips Dean on DNC distortions

MayBee

, her statement frightened me.

I was frightened by her statement.

I don’t think that her statement showed much concern for you. I don’t — more importantly — I don’t think her statement showed much concern for what you’re trying to do in this campaign.

Is her statement a parent, Elliott? Does it it even care about the children? I think her statement is distracting Obama from the real issues. Statements can be like that.

sbw

In my experience, more claims of racism have been racist than the objects of those claims have been racist.

Furthermore, most of the claims of racism have been designed to disarm and deflect legitimate scrutiny.

Such accusations seldom deal with substance. I understand why they do it. The MSM tends to respond the way pointing a finger at something usually gets a dog to look at the finger instead of the object to which one points.

Rick Ballard

"Never underestimate the unspoken, unmentionable effect that Michelle will have on this race."

Dunno about that, DoT. The last First Shrew we had is now in second place for the Dem nomination. In one sense, Michelle is just doing an iteration of RW's performance in '92. She doesn't ooze as badly as RW did but the "for the children" carp is right out of the same playbook. There may be a Vast WhRight Wing Conspiracy moment coming soon.
I've got to dig out my "When Harpies Attack" manual and see what Step 1 involves.

MayBee

I just don't understand who is dressing Michelle these days.
What is http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/uselection2008/1924872/Michelle-Obama-Barack-has-hit-boiling-point.html>this?

Porchlight

Wow, that blouse is terrible. They've dropped the Jackie O look and now seem to be going for something more, uh, downmarket.

Elliott

Is her statement a parent, Elliott?

I hope not, but I am worried as to what it will beget.

Helen

Barack Obama is thinking 3 steps ahead on change. Thus says Michelle, his belle.
My answer: To which fruit vendor is Michelle trying to sell that rotten grapefruit? If Barack Obama had been thinking 3 steps ahead on anything, he would not even have run for president given the list of radicals in his life and his own corrupt Chicago-style political moves (Rezko and the disqualified petitions). He certainly wouldn’t have been floundering in the polls over Wrightmania.

Michelle, his belle, says: “Barack is always thinking three steps ahead – what do we need to do to make change.”
My answer: Find a change machine; use your own dollar, you Marxist feeder at the public trough!

Then, Michelle, his belle, shares this wonderful insight into her husband who says: “I can’t let my ego, my anger, my frustration get in the way of the ultimate goal.”
My answer: Is it not the ultimate ego-trip for a man to tell himself that he, single-handedly (forget his nonsense about unity; he has no experience in it), will reform the political and ecconomic systems and structures of the U.S. into an unworkable-never-has-worked-and-never-will-work Marxist one. Obama’s ultimate goal for the U.S. is serfdom, as anybody who has ever read Hayek would know.

The final jewel from Michelle, his belle, is this gem; Obama is ’sick of the battle against Clinton.’
My answer: Say what? We’re in what promises to be a generational war against the Islamofascists and this guy is sick of a months long political campaign in which very few hard questions have been tossed at him?!!! Dude, you’re not ready for prime time. Pick up your toys and go home; for that matter, stay home and let the adults run for the American presidency. Whining crybaby!

I’m not a Hillary Clinton fan, but Hillary is more of a man than is Barack Obama. That’s not an insult to her either.

M. Simon

Did any one notice that the Obama campaign wants to Get Stuck?

And that it inspires felons to vote?

PeterUK

Does the world need "angry" with thermonuclear weapons?

Al Fin

Tony Rezko wouldn't be the first sensitive witness to die in prison.

This political upstart learned from the best.

Danube of Thought

I disagree, RickB--Hillary in '92 was infinitely more plausible as a representative of the US greeting foreign dignitaries and the like. One cringes at the thought of this woman in such a role, and it's not just me.

JB

"The last First Shrew we had is now in second place for the Dem nomination."

We're talking general electorate, though. Does The Muddle care enough to throw a crucial point or two to J-Mc?

Let's face it, the Obama campaign is sending an emotionally dissonant message: hope, change and ...anger?

Danube of Thought

He's a lightweight with a one-way ticket to Palookaville.

Danube of Thought

"I demand that this mad dog be shot."

--Andrey Vyshinsky, referring to Hugo the Hornet last night

kim

Follow MayBee's 2:55 link to the Telegraph, on a sidebar is an obituary for Diana Barnato, who died April 28th. The sound barrier article.
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Ranger

And the hits just keep on comming!

They are discussing the following quote over at http://www.talkleft.com/story/2008/5/4/13546/48761>Talk Left from an Obama advisor trying to explain why Obama stayed and Oprah left Wright's church:

"Early on, he was in search of his identity as an African-American and, more importantly, as an African-American man. Reverend Wright and other male members of the church were instrumental in helping him understand the black experience in America. Winfrey wasn't going for that. She's secure in her blackness, so that didn't have a hold on her."

I have the feeling that "White people's greed runs a world in need" is going to be the phrase that sinks Obama in the GE. If it had been "Rich people's greed runs a world in need" I think people would have accepted it as a desire for 'social justice.' But but saying "White people" makes it a clearly racist statement. The fact that Obama felt he finally understood the nature of the world when he heard these words from Wright is a very important insight into his world view. He can disown Wright at this point, but he can't change the fact that he titled his 2004 speech or his second book on that specific sermon.

centralcal

There is not any air of charm about Michelle. She is pugnacious looking and acting. What was it about her that attracted Barack, I wonder?

She is a gift that will keep on giving throughout the campaign, since her aura of embittered and angry seems to be quite deep and wide within her.

Another angry man, the "former" Pastor to the Obamas is eerily quiet since the Obamas had their exorcism. Hhmm. How long will that last? What might be seething and roiling beneath the surface?

boris

What was it about her that attracted Barack, I wonder?

Wouldn't know myself but perhaps she has lots of "authentic blackness".

Jane

M.Simon,

Congrats on your Instalaunch (imported from the other thread)

centralcal

I have a couple of black friends, male and female. Over the course of years, we've shared cocktails together and cooked (greens, ribs) together, and opened up to discuss race, religion, politics along with more mundane subjects. We have come to feel that we are more alike than not. I don't think we are special, I think many white/black Americans would say the same.

In all our years of friendship I have never detected the bitter anger that Michelle oozes from every pore. So, while I take Boris's comment about "authentic blackness" as tongue-in-cheek, I have to wonder if my friends would be considered "authentic."

Sue

"Andrew Sullivan appears to believe that a post such as this, together with most of the comments, constitute a racist attack on Obama's candidacy."

Any questions about the Obamas are seen as racist by those who don't want to answer the questions. The racism came out of the church they chose to attend for 20 years. Mr. Sullivan will just have to turn the other cheek with regards to our questions, just as he chose to turn the other cheek with regards to the racism the Obamas chose to instill in their life and their children's lives.

My shorter answer was going to be frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn what Sully believes.

JB

"I have the feeling that "White people's greed runs a world in need" is going to be the phrase that sinks Obama in the GE."

The audio of Obama's own voice speaking those words isn't going to help.

A nice medley of "white folks greed/typical white person/bittergate" is yet to come. It'll have a fine groove, you'll be able to dance to it.

centralcal

"frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn what Sully believes."

Apparently, you are not along Sue. It is rare, that I read anything about Sullivan and his posts that are complimentary -- usually he is mocked.

centralcal

along = alone

PeterUK

"White people's greed runs a world in need" Which is Obama's problem ,he feels half guilty.

PeterUK

"What was it about her that attracted Barack, I wonder?"

She ordered him to be attracted.

centralcal

LOL, PeterUK.

JM Hanes

Before he landed his gig at The Atlantic, I always believed that Sullivan was using periodic attacks on Instapundit to drive up his flagging traffic numbers. It would be interesting to see what the timing looked like, just not interesting enough to ferret out. What irritated me almost as much as his histrionics, however, was the mileage he got out of reader emails while refusing to credit their authors - all in the name of elevating discussion, of course, as opposed to elevating his one man circus.

Patrick R. Sullivan

Bad omen for Hillary:

Tragedy struck the first filly in the Kentucky Derby since 1999, as Eight Belles went down on the track after her second-place finish today, broke two ankles, and was euthanized.

Showing a sisterhood with the female horse, Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., during a trip to Louisville this week had said she was going to bet on Eight Belles to win, place, and show.

BarbaraS

We wanted to have a family day because our hope is that when we get into the White House ... the White House will be a place where children and family become the core of everything that happens out of that building," Michelle Obama said.

Does that mean all their relatives will move in?

Jane

I see a common theme in every group (during my lifetime) that wrestles with minority status.

When I was graduating college in the '70's lifting up women was all the rage. The barriers were all down. Then, one of two things happened to the lucky women that we were - either she decided the lifting up wasn't good enough, or fast enough or free enough, or she dug down deep, learned from men, and worked her way up like every successful person. For years after I graduated from law school in the '80's I hated dealing with women lawyers, because most wore "entitlement' on their sleeves.

It's been really interesting for me to watch the same sort of emergence with gays. Unlike blacks and women you can't tell a person is gay from appearance, but they still fall into two camps - the "I'm here and I'm queer" camp, and the camp that says "My business is my business and I'm going to earn my keep the old fashion way, by working for it."

And the same struggle has been going on with blacks for a lot longer, even than with women. One drawback is that there is no hiding that you are black - but then again, AA has really made the entry level requirements a big advantage. What matters is what happens next. More often than I'd choose to think, there seems to be a hesitance, like those '80's women lawyers, to then roll up your sleeves and learn the way everyone else does. The grievance goes on and on and on with some, way past the time when the lessons of hard work should have been passed down.

Obama appears to represent those stuck in the grievance phase, in a more palatable package than Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, but essentially they are one and the same.

Then you look at people like Condi Rice, or Michael Steele or even Colin Powell who have taken what was given them, and fought for what they could earn, like the rest of us.

I've always believed it is a values issue. What you learn at home (or in church) determines how far you will go, and how you will get there.

Lindak

The metaphor is fitting, yet Eightby half than our dear RW. So catty. Sorry. But accurate.

Lindak

Eight Belles had ankles less than half the size of RW. Deleted somehow.

BarbaraS

In all our years of friendship I have never detected the bitter anger that Michelle oozes from every pore. So, while I take Boris's comment about "authentic blackness" as tongue-in-cheek, I have to wonder if my friends would be considered "authentic."

I had a black friend who as a young woman moved to Chicago for about two years. She told me she came back to the south because those people didn't know how to treat people. I imagine it was a shock for her to see how rude these people can be. There are, of course, some bigotede people in the south but by and large most people are congenial and poplite to both black and white.

Seviyorum

BHO is so mad he sent ilan his wife out to tell us about it?

Danube of Thought

Shelby Steele wrote a very thoughtful piece a couple of months back about the two types of AA's when it comes do dealing with whites. One type (I forget the name he gave it) is the Jackson-Sharpton model of being somewhat threatening, i.e. "give me what I want and I'll give you relative peace." He put Obama in what he called the "bargainer" type, by which he meant they offer a bargains as follows: "you treat me with respect and I won't call you a racist." I hope someone who remembers the article can do a better job than I just did--my memory is pretty shaky, and I don't think I described the thing too faithfully. I'll see if I can find it somewhere.

Danube of Thought

The link under my name takes you to a Shelby Steele WSJ piece in which he discusses the "bargainer" Obama, but it's not the original one I had in mind; I'll keep looking. This one is well worth a look, howeve.

Danube of Thought

*however*--and "offer a bargain" above...

sbw

DoT, try The Obama Bargain in the Wall St. Journal on March 18, 2008.

sbw

Hmm. Not fast enough.

Danube of Thought

It appears the original idea was put forth by Steele in a book entitled (from memory) "Bound Man: Why We Are Excited About Obama And Why He Can't Win." You can read a discussion of it by Powerline at the link under my name.

Danube of Thought

...and the Jackson-Sharpton model is the "challenger."

Don Meaker

I am reminded of the entry of King George the First into London. George I kept his wife locked up in Hanover. He had two mistresses, one very tall and slim, (the Beanpole) and the other short and squat (the Elephant). The procession was booed.

One of the mistresses responded "You pipple! Why do you yell to us? We are here for your goods!"

Rick Ballard

Where does sending Ma Obama out to tell us about BHO's anger and frustration fit in Steele's model? Is she the other side of the "and I won't call you racist" coin or is she flashing a little of the Jackson/Sharpton extortion model?

HoosierHoops

Well last night i promised to tell some stories of jordan and his 1st platoon, Kilo Co. 3/5th marines..Spending about 10 days in a beach house in oceanside is quite the expierence..Mrs. hoopster and I really fell in love with these guys..
The first morning i came down stairs to see 2 marines with little girly aprons on cooking breakfast with cigs hanging from thier lips. I laughed my ass off..what are you guys doing, i giggled. Hey pops, it's been so long since we had a good breakfast..we couldn't resist..Then Jed and lee started insulting each other until we were rolling on the floor.. finally jed ended up on the floor laughing till tears saying.. i got nothing..nothing..hahaha.
it was a great breakfast..Later in the day Sgt. Howe who just reinlisted for like 40,000 dollars asked me to drive him to pick up a car he viewed over the internet. a 67 Camaro, black with a 4 speed hurst..in perfect shape..he paid cash.. It was a car he had dreamed about his whole life he said and the smile on his face was undescribeable.you couldn't wipe it off..all smiles..he drove me around oceanside for awhile and to our amazement..no speeding tickets..should have gotten dozens..he is on his way to driving it home to texas to show his parents..
Drive safe Sgt.Howe.. you looked out for our son his whole tour.
Our favorite marine was beckman..very rarely do you meet a person of such high character and so damn funny..His parents could not afford to visit him in cali but he is now in a small town in Minn on leave.
I spent the day shopping with him and he went home looking as sharp as a tack and ready to meet the hometown girls..
poor loogal..he came home and got sick with the flu and spent most of the time in a bedroom asleep. mrs. hoopster took good care of him, buying him meds, ice cream and plenty of fluids..poor kid never did get to drink a beer.
Many of the 1st platoons parents flew into town and we met some really great people and i think perhaps lifelong friends..We have a suite at the indy 500 and invited all of them and thier marines to join us for the race this memorial day.. Think we'll have a good turn out.
One night we sat around drinking some beer, just plactor, jordan, jed and howe and we were talking about iraq..the following is disturbing so some of you can skip this part. here is the story.. plac brought up a time when they were on patrol when a sniper
fired at him and missed by inches..he fell forward on the ground with his kevlar sliding up towards his head totally exposing his backside. My Son turned around with his SAW gun and killed the sniper. Plac started crying saying my son saved his life. sometime later they got into a fire fight with some terrorists..it was a nasty fight with the marines winning the gun battle.. once they entered the house they found that the terrorists had used women and childen as human shields and everyone was killed. It effected them deeply and they will have to live with those images thier whole life... I hate the terrorists for doing that to first platoon..
What animals and sick people they are.
they show no mercy and deserve none..the bastards.
Overall, we had a great time and i look forward to seeing them again.

centralcal

Oh god, Hoosier, once again you have left me with tears in my eyes, a lump in my throat, but also a prayer of gratitude for the fine young men of America who defend her and all she stands for.

Glory halleluiah! for the safe return of your son, and all of the other sons of the USA!

centralcal

oh, my sincere regret, for not mentioning the daughters of the USA too!

sbw

HH, it's all about hope and change. Jordan and 1st Platoon stand up to thugs who kill hope for change.

Danube of Thought

Same here, HH--and your son could not be in a finer outfit than the USMC. The whole world knows it.

clarice

Hoosier..what is there to say..My friends, the Ledeens, are sons of a marine who just completed his second tour of duty in Iraq and like you they have been overwhelmed by the wonderful people they've met in the Corps and their families.

JorgXMcKie

I think MO was aiming for the "Father Knows Best" look. As I remember, the mother in that show was even more motherly than June Cleaver in "Leave It To Beaver" *and* she vacuumed while wearing pearls (although not of the size of MO's).

troy mcclure

Words fail (and you know they usually don't)
at the bravery of men and women like the Kilo 3/5. Just like the 3/2 cleared Fallujah
but theyonly came to attention with the
'ambush' literally and figuratively at
Haditha; where Taliban lover McGuirk and shameless hack John Murtha played their part. Anyways, you'll be surprised to know
that my hometown paper, the Herald, which
carries a properly Sadrist take on the attack on the Mosque there, puffs up Gen. Suleimaini while denying Iranian support for the militias, Sunni as well as Shia,
took up Rich's demonize Falwell and Hagee
line, on their editorial page. Carl Hiassen, who's kind of like Jeff Goldstein, but bitter about people, takes up that torch; because someone had to.

clarice

**the Ledeens, are PARENTS of a **

(Good grief)

Jane

HH! How fun - even the bad stuff. I'm so glad you have your boy close for a while. And like everyone else, I am eternally grateful to him.

JB

Michelle is not an open challenger like Sharpton/Jackson, but she uses challenger code ("never been proud of her country till now", etc.) And stylistically she's a challenger.

Bargainers never imply that America is racist.

Jane

I think Hill just made a big mistake. I'm watching her speech at the Jefferson Jackson dinner, and she just said something like:

We can't wait for the moving van to back up to the WH to take George Bush's stuff away.

All I could think was - well we know he won't be stealing anything.

I'm sure I'm not alone.

clarice

She truly is clueless, isn't she, Jane?
A Salon(ette) confesses the reporters positively hate her guts.

Porchlight

Thanks for the wonderful stories, HH. God bless your son and his platoon!

Jane

DId you ever notice that everyone, in every democrat's world is in eternal, neverending crisis.

Give it a rest.

clarice

That should be the name of your radio show, Jane,"Give it a Rest".

Ann

HH, I am so glad your son is home and his Marine friends with their families. I wish we could of been there to hug all of them and thank them personally.

They are now, forever, on that list of brave men that have protected us and kept us free. Thank each one and tell them how grateful we are for their service, sacrifice and love of country.
God Bless You All.

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