A bit pretentious, IMHO.
America better wake up to the deceit of Hillary.
Thank you, Mia T
What a comprehensive report!!!!
2008 is critical. This woman must NOT be allowed to occcupy the White House.
Unredacted Barrett Report BUMP!
Thanks Mia, but we've known this haven't we? Your in-depth analysis always boggles my mind, but I'm often boggled. It just seems like so many are not paying attention nor particularly care.
Why does Hillary like Communism? Because she can be a modern day Caesar.
Once again, please remove me from your ping list--as I find your outrage at Slick and his wife inconsistent, compomised and very selective--at best (being generous here).
I share your disgust about the damage that Slick and his wife have done to this country. If you knew me personally, you would have a really hard time finding anyone that despised Slick more than I did. Same for his lovely wife.
Having said that, I find your willingness to support for President the most vocal liberal, Clinton-APOLOGIST totally inconsistent with your anti-Clinton postings for the last few years. I would use the term 'hypocrisy', but that probably is a bit too strong. Maybe, maybe not--but I won't use it again.
Don't you see the pathetic irony and INCONSISTENCY in your supporting a Clinton-apologist for President?
At the risk of repeating myself here, let's look at Guiliani's public comments (paraphrasing).
(1) Shortly before his 'last-minute' endorsement of Bob Dole in the 1996 presidential election, [Giuliani] told the Post's Jack Newfield that "most of Clinton's policies are very similar to most of mine." No surprise here--as they are both liberals. I'm sure that played really well at the Kos, DU, the DNC, etc.
(2) The Daily News quoted [Giuliani] as saying that March: "Whether you talk about President Clinton, Senator Dole.... The country would be in very good hands in the hands of any of that group." OH REALLY???? I won't even go there.
(3) Combine those two comments with Guiliani's OUTRAGEOUS defense of Slick in the WOT after the Chris Wallace meltdown interview, "I don't blame Clinton. He did all that he could do"! This is the most incredibly OUTRAGEOUS of all his comments!! How could he even say that with a straight (no pun intended) face?
Outrageous, absolutely outrageous. If he really said that (which he did)--why would we expect him to be any stronger in the WOT. I won't 'beat this dead horse' anymore--as I think I covered his DEFENSE OF SLICK adequately the last time I addressed this issue with you.
I hope that someone in the press asks Rudy who he voted for in '92 and '96.
Let me sum up my comments to you with this one statement. I could understand your willingness to support Rudy AFTER the primaries (if, in fact, he is nominated), but your willingness to support him BEFORE the primaries have even begun--totally negates much of the outrage that you have posted about Slick and his supporters in the last few years. The operative word here is "BEFORE". A few words come to mind there, pathetic irony, inconsistency, compromised principles, selective outrage,,,,ok, I won't mention the other. When it comes to your postings about Slick's sycophants and supporters, the term 'double standard' also comes to mind.
You don't need to respond with some 'tortured explanation' of how you feel that Rudy is electable, and Hillary must be stopped, or something along those lines--yada, yada, yada. You could have made the case for him against Hillary AFTER the primaries--not before. Please don't waste your time now.
For the last time, please remove me from your ping list.
Thanks for bringing up The Barrett Report again!
I guess we will just keep waiting!
Crazy posting, but it contains truth.
Clinton is preparing for the big grab, the power that she has always wanted. The power to turn the USA completely into a marxist country. (it's already 1/3 of the way there).
She will be aided by the media who will happily crank out stories painting her as a moderate who will be the "first woman president".
ALL the women's magazines will have her face on the cover. The media frenzy will be hard to stomach.
And all the Republicans can do is propose McCain and/or Giuliani?