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Bob Dole To Rush Limbaugh: Get Real

February 4, 2008

Bob DoleFor whatever reason, Rush Limbaugh has spent much of his time attacking Mike Huckabee and John McCain. It seems he is a closeted Rombot. And that is just sad. Distinguished Senator and war hero Bob Dole recently wrote a letter to Rush trying to set him straight on McCain.

Did Limbaugh serve in the Senate and observe McCain’s voting record? Um, no. Bob Dole did.

I was the Republican Leader from January 1985 until I left the Senate voluntarily in June 1996. I worked closely with Senator McCain when he came to the Senate in 1987 until I departed. I cannot recall a single instance when he did not support the Party on critical votes.

How about a laundry list proving that John McCain is not a dirty liberal? OK.

  1. Consistent pro-life record
  2. Strong advocate for strict constructionist judges
  3. Supported voluntary school prayer
  4. Supported Constitutional Amendment for a Balanced Budget
  5. Strong advocate for reducing spending and opposing pork barrel “ear marks” which has, I might add, angered some of his colleagues
  6. Consistent on defending Second Amendment rights
  7. Opposed “Hillary Care” which would have been devastating
  8. Probably the Senate’s strongest advocate for strong national defense

What more do you need, El Rushbo? A cabinet position?

Mitt RomneyIf your favorite chameleonic robot (since you don’t attack him, it’s pretty obvious), Mitt Romney, is guaranteed to lose. And you know what that means.

Whoever wins the Republican nomination will need your enthusiastic support. Two terms for the Clintons are enough.

Is Rush perhaps eagerly anticipating the heady days of the Clinton Administration when he got to be on the attack against the libs day after day? Perhaps. Because Mitt Romney cannot win. Mark my words.

Bob Dole - War HeroAnd unlike Mittens, both McCain and Dole have served our country, honorably. Something you never got around to doing. You even claimed that by working for your campaign your sons were serving their country. Doesn’t McCain have sons in the military, actually serving our great nation in the war against militant Islam, unlike you?

McCain is a friend and I proudly wore his P.O.W. bracelet bearing his name while he was still a guest at the “Hanoi Hilton.” I believe our major candidates are mainstream conservatives and that our nominee will address our concerns by keeping taxes low, reducing corporate taxes, protecting and assisting the vulnerable, strengthening our traditional values, and above all, keeping America strong militarily, whatever the cost.

What more do you need? While Mike Huckabee would be a much stronger social conservative, it looks like it may be a choice between McCain and Mittens. If that’s the choice, it ain’t Mittens. Springtime is almost here.

Lighten up, Rush. Stop burning those bridges, unless you’re secretly rooting for Hitlery. And if you are, we’re done. Buh bye. And take Trannie Annie with you.

More at The Politico and Race 4 2008.

— Psycheout


Clown Candidate Ron Paul Excluded from Debates

January 1, 2008

Ron Paul Jefferson, or Napoleon?All I can say is that it’s about time. Ron Paul is a laughable joke of a candidate. He’s fine in the Congress where his nuttiness is diluted by saner voices. But President Ron Paul? Pardon me while I snigger.

ABC and Fox News Channel are narrowing the field of presidential candidates invited to debates this weekend just before the New Hampshire primary, in Fox’s case infuriating supporters of Republican Rep. Ron Paul.

Ron Paul supporters are as thin skinned and unhinged as they come. So excuse me while I pop some popcorn and enjoy the show of Paultards heads exploding. Bwahahahahaha!

Fox News says it has limited space in its studio, which leaves Rep. Ron Paul out of a weekend debate.

In other words, we’ve run out of room for crazy people. Sorry Ron Nutjob.

The roster of participants for ABC’s back-to-back, prime-time Republican and Democratic debates Saturday in New Hampshire will be determined after results of Thursday’s Iowa caucus become clear.

Once Ron Paul goes nowhere, he will appear nowhere. Thank the Lord. He’s a catastrophe. This nutball is clearly going nowhere but the looney bin. He may be a doctor, but he apparently needs to see a doctor, stat. A head shrinker.

Perhaps Ron Paul’s supporters make a good case for socialist health care. Mental health care. They seriously need to be locked up where they won’t do harm to themselves and others.

Ron Paul Jefferson? Or Napoleon? Either way, this unhinged slobbering moonbat needs to be locked up.

Update: Over at Balloon Juice, Mike D. sheds a bitter tear on behalf of his libertarian boy toy.  That’s understandable, since he’s a total nutjob.  Perverts of a feather flock together.

— Psycheout

Should Iowan Voters Heed the Advice of a Talk Show Host?

December 12, 2007

OprahThe extremes to which some folks will go to gain power and in turn wield that power on the populace majority is in the case of some, more specifically, Democrats, downright preposterous!

Oprah Winfrey hit the campaign trails with the freshman lawmaker from Illinois Sen. Barack Obama in recent days. Oprah said this to reporters, what we need, she said after a nervous beginning, is a new way of doing politics in Washington. A trick as old as the history of political campaigning itself.

Well, pardon me, folks, but if all those good voters in Iowa vote in a man who hasn’t the experience compared to that of a kindergartner in politics, on the basis of an appeal by Oprah Winfrey, then they are much less perspective on matters of our State of the Union than I first thought.

Sen. Obama hasn’t been in the Senate but for a short period of time, likewise, he hasn’t been a frequent participant in hearings on the Senate floor, in deciding on the tough issues the American people grapple with every single day, and most of the issues he’s talked about are those that he has not helped to decide on…and don’t get me wrong, folks, it’s not an issue of race here, we are long over-due for giving someone of the other race an opportunity as our Leader; and equally important to break down the male hold on the Presidency.

ObamaSo it has nothing to do with race or gender, but more specifically with the person who has the experience and the right goals in mind for the good of America, the agenda that will set our Nation forward in the right direction, a direction of moral principles, ending Abortion, setting the standard for marriage, children in our schools, our school systems need major proposals for abolishing the Liberal propaganda that is being force-fed to them.

The candidate who has these credentials and believes in a principle of morality for the good of mankind, and earned them, mind you, is the person qualified to lead…

As for Oprah Winfrey, undoubtedly there are those who would believe Winfrey herself to be that person. Unfortunately, through interviewing people as a talk show host from which she has been made a billionaire, while certainly, admirably, hardly qualifies her for that job or, for that matter, for telling us whom she thinks is. Not to mention the fact the party she is supporting (Communist Liberal Democrats) disqualifies her to an even greater degree.

My advice….People should take a little extra time and get a sense of perspective of where we’re at now, and where they want the country to go, and what the best course of action would be to take on the issues, and who has those goals in mind.

As for me, Vote Mike Huckabee ‘08!

God bless!

~ Jeremiah
Conservatives United!

B4B Profiled: Raw Story or Raw Deal?

November 6, 2007

Raw StorySister site Blogs 4 Brownback was profiled recently by liberal online news website Raw Story this week. The author linked to several posts, and quoted several critics. Only one objective source was quoted to speak the truth about B4B.

Publicity, even slanted against its subject, can be beneficial. But the question remains: was this the raw story or yet another raw deal? You be the judge.

— Psycheout