Monday, September 1, 2008

God favors Democrats?

Michael Moore said a couple of days ago,"I was just thinking, this Gustav is proof that there is a God in Heaven.'' This was followed up yesterday by Don Fowler, "That just demonstrates that God is on our side." Fowler's the former head of the DNC, 95-96. He has since apologized, but wasn't it the Dems that blamed Bush for driving Katrina into New Orleans, three years ago? Isn't that the same Bush who is such an idiot that he can't get out of his own way?

Aren't these the very same people who can't stand to see Republican women getting ahead? The ones who racially slurred Condie Rice and now are calling Sarah Palin trailer trash?

You far left wackos are very sick people. For being the 'party of inclusion', you have a lot more in common with the KKK than the USA. Sorry Rev. Wright for paraphrasing your view of Republicans.


7 comments:

rtsponderings said...

Now they think that because her daughter is pregnant that the ultra-conservative members will be upset with Palin. HA! Those so-called narrow-minded Christian conservative types (I'm one) believe in redemption and forgiveness (not to mention learning from those mistakes and moving on with your life once you've asked God for forgiveness). I know that's a concept most liberals don't understand, but that is what is at the core of Christianity.

Les James said...

It's always the same old garbage, recycled. Maybe that's what the "green revolution" is all about. I'd just as soon never have to listen to that crowd again, but then what would I write about?

Suppose I should say something about the problems outside of the Rep convention. Sure don't see problems inside, especially concern Gov. Palin or her family life. Obama was right to call for a hands off when it comes to the kids.

rtsponderings said...

I'd say aside from her being a governor, she has a pretty normal family. It mirrors many that I see.

drc8151 said...

I don't recall anyone (Democrat or otherwise) claiming that Bush “drove” Katrina into New Orleans. Many did take notice of the fact that his utterly unskilled political appointee running FEMA was utterly inept in responding to the disaster that occurred.

I find it to be an interesting element of the Palin family values that they have such an intense belief in the concept of marriage being for a man and woman for the purpose of procreation that Sarah and Bristol were both pregnant before marriage. I guess their view is that they aren't entitled to a marriage license until they can prove fertility with an actual pregnancy. That seems a bit extreme.

I’m far more interested in her experience to be qualified as “one heartbeat away” from the presidency. And I don’t think having and IHOP in your home town really counts.

On the upside, she is more qualified to be VP than Spiro Agnew was. He was in office for years before being under investigation for ethics violations and abuse of power. She already is so that is a point in her favor of being qualified to be a Republican VP.

Cheers!

Les James said...

drc8151 - Love it! I'm glad you stopped by. This is what is blog is about. You can come here and be wrong about almost everything and still be more than welcome to come back any time. I actually enjoy an opposing viewpoint. Keeps me sharp. I'm all about funny, even in it's most twisted forms and you have managed to hit that spot. Congrats.

drc8151 said...

Thank you for your kind welcoming words of encouragement.

I must say that I'm always intrigued when a conservative writes something that starts off quoting Michael Moore. He is about as mainstream as karl rove, rush limbaugh or bill o'reilly so it just gets me charged up to have a rapport.

Now a question for you - since you require some sort of sign in to comment, why do you then also require the hapless commenter to figure out that jumbled word verification? The spam-commenters aren't going to be signing in so isn't this excessive?

Just asking...

Cheers

Les James said...

It's far too easy to set-up automated spam. The jumbled words are just another layer. My idea of a perfect world is one with no locks. Unfortunately, we'll never get there.