Thursday, January 31, 2008

Bubba says we'll have to live in caves

Bill and Hillary Clinton living in caves
I see that Bill Clinton is endorsing the ecoweenie call for a return to life in caves to avoid offending Mother Gaia, but while I'm sure it will endear him to the Al Gore crowd of one sheet toilet paper users, I don't really think it's going to keep Hillary from swanning about in private jets or Bubba himself jetting off to far places to swing multi-billion dollar deals for campaign contributors. Hey, taking dubious largesse and private jet rides is the Democrat way and I'm sure they'd be deeply saddened to give them up - that's for the little people.

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

As usual, the joke is on us

There's nothing like 3 congenital liars in a rickshaw. I especially like ole John McCain saying his win in Florida was a "conservative victory," because, well heck, I always appreciate the drivel dished out by guests on our planet.

Hold on - here's a news update:
(2008-01-30) — Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards today quit the race for the Democrat presidential nomination, and immediately endorsed Republican frontrunner Sen. John McCain.

“As the presidential field narrows,” Sen. Edwards will reportedly say at an afternoon news conference, “I just didn’t feel there would be room in the race for two white males who favor leniency for illegal aliens, who opposed Bush’s tax cuts for the rich, who fight man-made global warming, who support limits on so-called free speech in political campaigns, who have worked to hinder approval of conservative judicial nominees, and who stand against the Bush administration’s desire to torture terror suspects with waterboarding.”
(Photo stolen from Free Republic.)

Monday, January 28, 2008

Meet John McCain's illegal alien guru, Juan Hernandez

Who is Juan Hernandez, you say?

Juan Hernandez, the former Mexican Secretary For Immigration Affairs under the Vicente Fox administration in Mexico, has been discovered to be working for the John McCain campaign as their Hispanic Outreach Director. For those who don't know Juan Hernandez is a dual citizen of the United States and Mexico. Having worked in Mexico's government and now apparently in ours, I consider him a double agent and obviously not working in just the best interests of the United States, but in the best interests of Mexico as well. These best interests include allowing millions of illegal aliens in the United States to remain here and in the future for millions more to come.

Hernandez has been quoted, and as you'll see in the video in his own words, as saying that the Mexicans who do remain here in the United States are hoped to remain loyal to Mexico. Is this the kind of immigrants we want in this country? Do we really want people with loyalties to other countries remaining legally here and obtaining citizenship?
Check out ole Juan's act:




Are we talking slime ball or what? We're not talking "won't buy a used car from" here - we're talking "won't let him get within ten feet." The best reason not to vote for John McCain is so that we won't have to see sleazy Juan hanging around. Michelle Malkin has more on ole Juan's hustle.

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Hillary says Bubba did it out of love!

I didn't know Hillary was doing stand-up comedy, but I guess so:
Clinton was asked on CBS television's "Face the Nation" whether her husband was "out of control" after he took the Illinois senator, and the media to task, during a foul-tempered week-long campaign.

"You know, my husband has such a great commitment to me and to my campaign," the New York senator said.

"He loves me just like, you know, husbands and wives get out there and work on each others' behalf."
She also said poor lovesick Bubba hadn't been getting enough sleep. Nice try, Hillary, but it seems more likely that Bubba is all grumpy because he is afraid of losing his dream of a 8 year worldwide boinking tour at the taxpayers' expense.

Bill Clinton has a dream - of a worldwide boinking tour

Who's scarier? Tom Cruise or Hillary Clinton?

Clinton and Cruise - On the campaign trail: