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On Night Conv Booed God, Out-of-Touch Dems Think They Won Election Because of Clinton's Speech!
Rushlimbaugh.com ^ | September 6, 2011 | Rush Limbaugh

Posted on 09/06/2012 2:08:39 PM PDT by NYer

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RUSH: All right, here's the truth. Yesterday, including most of last night, was perhaps one of the worst, flattest, most embarrassing days for a political party at its convention in the history of conventions. And yet, the media and a lot of Democrats think the election's over because of last night. They think last night's convention was a home run, a grand-slam home run. I'm telling you, the truth is that in terms of average Americans watching what's going on, yesterday and last night was an absolute disaster for the Democrats.

There must be a lot of fear on our side. 'Cause I got people left and right that have been e-mailing me Clinton fact-check articles. "Rush, you gotta set the record straight on Clinton." I didn't even watch Clinton. I saw two or three segments and I got bored. I got bored. I don't think he helped Obama at all last night. You know, Obama's waiting backstage to come out and accept accolades and stand in the great light of Bill Clinton, and what did Clinton do? Make him wait 'til 11:30, when the football game is at its most exciting. Everybody's watching the wrap-up of the Giants and the Cowboys. That convention last night on the broadcast networks, the early numbers didn't even get a full rating point. It got a .9. The TV numbers are in.

Now, they're quick and they're subject to revision, but it's fascinating for me to look at my e-mail of what people send me, because I can determine who's frightened or who's worried about what mighta happened last night. I want to dissect this and share with you my opinions of it, as always. We'll have some audio sound bites of some of the things that happened. I want you to try to understand. I don't know how many of you are panicked because you think Clinton did well last night, but you have to keep in mind, the Democrat Party and the media all wish they were sleeping with Clinton. There is a slavish, irrational love-like attachment to this guy that is irrational, and it's not rooted in reality. And, of course, they think last night fixed whatever problems happened earlier in the day, or whatever mighta gone wrong earlier in the evening or whatever mighta gone wrong the last four years.

I'm telling you, they see Bill Clinton in a way that the vast majority of Americans do not. Tell me, do the candidates that Clinton endorses win? No! A sizeable percentage of the American people looked at this convention last night, and they hear contraception, abortion, women, victims, women this, women that, War on Women, and then who do they see? Bill Clinton. Any party that would bring Bill Clinton out and highlight him and Ted Kennedy, while at the same time claiming to have love and devotion, respect for women, is insane. In the real world, the connection doesn't work. (laughing) For me, it is fascinating to watch what idolatry does to people's ability to be reasonable and rational. I'll show you what I mean when we get to the audio sound bites. There's a couple other observations.

I don't think Clinton intended to help Obama that much. I think Clinton's out there for Clinton, he's being loyal to the party first, loyal to himself second. I don't know if it's got a name for it, a device, but what he wanted to do was tell the audience that his four years smoked Obama's. He couldn't just come out and say it that way, but he wanted them to conclude that. So what he did, and I'm paraphrasing it, (imitating Clinton) "I just went through my record and all the job creation, bipartisan, I mean, I worked with the Republicans." There were so many slams of Obama in that Clinton speech, I can't begin to catalog 'em all. "I was bipartisan. I worked with the Republicans. I was able to do that. I was able to get it done. This guy can't." He didn't say that, but that's the implication.

And then he recounts his record. (imitating Clinton) "I took office in the worst economy in the last 50 years, and look what happened. I raised taxes, job creation, economic recovery. Now, I don't want y'all thinking here that the last four years have been... I mean, my four years clearly outdid the last four, everybody knows that. But I don't want you thinking that. That would be very unfair. I don't want you making that kind of comparison." But he wanted everybody to make the comparison. So he told the audience, (imitating Clinton) "I know what you're thinking. I know what you're thinking. You're thinking I know more about what I'm doing than this clown does. I don't want you thinking that way. It would be wholly unfair. It would be very unfair for you to think I'm so much better at what I do than Obama is." That's exactly what he was doing.

I know this guy, folks. I can channel this guy. I know liberals. I know how they do stuff, and there's Obama sitting back there waiting to come out. He doesn't even want to have to bask in Clinton's limelight, but that's all he's got. Obama is standing back there waiting to come out and bask in the glow, and Clinton goes on and on. I was going back and forth from Clinton to the football game, and I'm not kidding you, every time I went back to Clinton, that room looked flat. Now, I know there were periods of time where it wasn't. I'm not lost in my own illusion. But I'm telling you, he mighta owned that room the first five or ten minutes, but after that, he got lost in "I, me, my," and his time and his ego, and that convention hall last night was a microcosm, a small microcosm of the small percentage of thinking in this country that is categorized by liberal. They are nowhere near the majority of the population, majority of the thinking or what have you, and the media is in the same body.

So there's a vast misunderstanding in that hall. For crying out loud, this is the bunch that got mad when they tried to put God back in their platform. They got mad! They booed God! They booed the process of putting God back, and they think they had a winning convention night last night. They think they won the election last night. We come to find out, the news came from on high. It was reported that when Obama found out that God had been taken out of the convention, he called somebody, "You put it back in." Well, guess who was in charge of taking it out in the first place? Obama. Presidents are the platform. He knew that it wasn't in there, and he knew this business about Israel and Jerusalem wasn't in there. He wanted it that way. Then all hell broke loose and he had to put it back in.

I had to feel sorry for poor Villaraigosa going out there, 'cause look what this guy's up against? And what does it say for the democrat process when the vote was ignored, the real vote was ignored, and the convention leaders just did what they wanted to do anyway. That convention doesn't want God in their platform. That bunch of Democrats wants God nowhere near 'em. And there's no other way of analyzing it. So Villaraigosa goes out there, calls for the vote, and you can see on his face, "Oh, my God. What do I do?" The teleprompter told him what to say, but the "no's" clearly outnumbered the "yay's", in terms of putting God back in. He had to sit there and pretend that the "yay's" won. He couldn't do it the first time. Here, let's just listen to it. I have to play this myself. I have to get it on the record on this program. The Democrat Party, as you will hear with sound bites, as we get into the rest of the program, they think they won the election last night. That may be one of the best results last night. They think it's in the bag now, strictly because of Bill Clinton. They think it's in the bag.

Oh, folks. You know, CNN has a stalker, Carol Costello. She's the correspondent that follows me, and she was interviewing Alex Castellanos. And Kit, be on the lookout. Every time I mention Castellanos, he calls and filibusters and demands to come on the program to "correct" what I say about him. Or he sends you an e-mail. Whatever. He's a Republican consultant, Alex Castellanos. He's on CNN last night, and Carol Costello's desperately worried that Obama's not going to be able to outshine Bill Clinton.

Castellanos says (summarized), "Yeah, I'm gonna tell you: This election's over. I got an e-mail from a woman who said she watched Clinton last night and she wanted to do two things: 'I want to sleep with him; I want to vote for him.' This is over, Carol." Costello says, "Well, you know, Obama just does so much better outdoors than indoors. Is there any way, Alex, that Obama can...?" I have the sound bites. You will hear this. The Republican consultant on CNN last night said, "It's over."

Cokie Roberts thinks it's over. Gloria Borger thinks it's over. But Joe Trippi on Fox was so embarrassed. Joe Trippi, right before Warren. Right before they went to Warren there was a little time for a panel up there. And Joe Trippi (who ran Howard Dean's campaign in '04), when it was his turn to comment, he didn't want to say anything. He was so depressed. (paraphared) "Yeah. Look, yeah. It's a little flat tonight. Yeah it's not what it was the night before. Yeah, it's a little flat," and then he started with the excuse making.

And Joe Trippi had it right.

Dick Morris was tweeting all throughout Clinton's speech just thrashing Clinton on what a horrible speech Clinton was giving. The contrast is amazing. The people who think it's over because Clinton gave a great speech are a testament to how in the tank the media and Democrats are for Clinton. They have no ability to relate to reality, particularly as it affects real people. Now, here's Villaraigosa as they're desperately trying to put God back in their convention. It's one word: "God-given." That's the phrase: "God-given." One little mention, and it's torn the convention apart.

One mention of God, and it sent this place into a tizzy.

We have two of these. Here's the first of two sound bites, the LA mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.

VILLARAIGOSA: (convention noise) All those delegates in favor, say, "Aye."

DELEGATES: Aye!

VILLARAIGOSA: All those delegates opposed, say, "No."

DELEGATES: Nooooo!

VILLARAIGOSA: In the opinion of the... (pause) Let me do that again.

RUSH: Yeah, do it again.

VILLARAIGOSA: All of those delegates in favor, say, "Aye."

DELEGATES: Aye!

VILLARAIGOSA: All those delegates opposed, say, "No."

DELEGATES: NOOOOO!

VILLARAIGOSA: (4-second pause)

DELEGATES: (grumbling)

VILLARAIGOSA: I, um... (2-second pause)

DELEGATES: (grumbling)

VILLARAIGOSA: I guess... (3-second pause)

WOMAN: (to Villaraigosa) You've gotta rule, and then you've gotta let them do what they're going to do.

VILLARAIGOSA: I'll do that one more time.

RUSH: That was a woman standing next to him. She looked a little bit like Elizabeth Warren, but it wasn't her. She said (summarized, "You gotta rule, Mayor. You gotta rule, and then you gotta let 'em do what they're gonna do. You've gotta rule. You just gotta do it." He kept looking off to the side, looking for guidance. He doesn't want to sit there and act happy and proud that God is not requested to be present at the Democrat convention. So here's how it ended.

VILLARAIGOSA: All those delegates in favor, say, "Aye."

DELEGATES: Aye!

VILLARAIGOSA: All those delegates opposed, say, "No."

DELEGATES: NOOOOO!

VILLARAIGOSA: In the opinion of that chair, two-thirds have voted in the affirmative.

DELEGATES: (grumbling and jeers)

VILLARAIGOSA: The motion is adopted --

DELEGATES: (booing)

VILLARAIGOSA: -- and the platform has been amended as shown on the screen.

DELEGATES: (grumbling and jeers)

VILLARAIGOSA: Thank you very much.

DELEGATES: (grumbling)

VILLARAIGOSA: Th-thank you.

RUSH: They're booing a couple of things. They're booing the process. We have to admit that, because there was no democratic process here. The votes didn't matter. Delegates, it didn't matter how they were gonna vote. This was a preordained decision. The Messiah called 'em and said, "God's gonna be back in there tonight," and they booed. They booed not only the process, but they booed the fact that they had to put God back in. In front of the whole country. Now, you might be saying, "Yeah, but, Rush, it happened like five or six at night." Ah! No, no.

This has been replayed in more places than Bill Clinton's speech.

This has been everywhere. This is on YouTube. Wherever anybody can watch video, this is, and has been, and will continue to be. And then, of course, we have the Huffing and Puffington Post accusing the Democrats of caving by putting God back in the convention. And they think they won last night. They think that the election's over after last night. Let's take a brief time-out my friends. We'll come back. We'll just start with Elizabeth Warren, because I have to tell you, she's a persuasive speaker. She convinced me that things are so terrible in America right now that there's no way we should reelect Obama.

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RUSH: They have revised the weather forecast in Charlotte, North Carolina. The chance of rain tonight is zero. Literally zero! Not 5%. Not 10%. There is a 0% chance of rain tonight. This convention is in chaos, if you want to know the truth. Their platform is in chaos. Here is the sentence that sent this convention over the edge. The platform calls for a government that, quote, "gives everyone willing to work hard the chance to make the most of their God-given potential." That's what it was all about.

It wasn't even devotion to God. It wasn't even acknowledging God or asking God for blessing. It was simply an acknowledgement that potential is God-given! And that sent this convention into a tizzy, and there is no speech that can recover from the pictures and the sounds of that convention when they tried to get God back in. They also booed recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and it is the capital. It's where the Knesset meets. So the delegates were very hostile to Israel. The Republican Party is clearly the pro-Israel party now, without question.

But this convention is in chaos.

The president of the United States is responsible for it. The outdoor speech can't be sold out, and a 0% chance of rain is blamed. God, booed on the convention floor. Israel, booed on the convention floor. The GOP is compared to Nazis now by four different Democrats in two days. I don't know if you know this or not, but hundreds of credentialed delegates and media were locked out of the arena for hours last night. They couldn't get in. They were at capacity. Fire regulations or whatever it was. And the debt finally reaches $16 trillion during this convention.

And they think they won it last night.

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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: clinton; cnn

1 posted on 09/06/2012 2:08:43 PM PDT by NYer
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Here is the sentence that sent this convention over the edge. The platform calls for a government that, quote, "gives everyone willing to work hard the chance to make the most of their God-given potential." That's what it was all about.

It wasn't even devotion to God. It wasn't even acknowledging God or asking God for blessing. It was simply an acknowledgement that potential is God-given! And that sent this convention into a tizzy, and there is no speech that can recover from the pictures and the sounds of that convention when they tried to get God back in.


2 posted on 09/06/2012 2:09:51 PM PDT by NYer (Without justice, what else is the State but a great band of robbers? - St. Augustine)
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To: NYer

yes they do think Clinton won the election with that speech..”best ever convention speech” is what they tell me..Jeez!


3 posted on 09/06/2012 2:10:42 PM PDT by dalebert
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To: NYer

Great bumper sticker! Thanks.


4 posted on 09/06/2012 2:19:10 PM PDT by Jyotishi (Seeking the truth, a fact at a time.)
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To: dalebert

Didn’t Reagen give a great speech in 1992 for George H Bush? That seem not to help.


5 posted on 09/06/2012 2:19:41 PM PDT by scbison
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To: NYer

GODs Watching


6 posted on 09/06/2012 2:21:25 PM PDT by FrankR (They will become our ultimate masters the day we surrender the 2nd Amendment.)
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To: scbison
Didn’t Reagen give a great speech in 1992 for George H Bush? That seem not to help.

He couldn't overcome the damage Pat Buchanan's speech did (and I agreed with a lot of what Buchanan said, but it was a disaster for the GOP in terms of the impact on the election).

7 posted on 09/06/2012 2:22:57 PM PDT by dfwgator (I'm voting for Ryan and that other guy.)
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To: NYer
Okay, so Obama’s best chance at winning reelection hinge on a guy who was president 12 years ago? Obama has absolutely nothing he can call an accomplishment. Most people are on to the the Detroit bailout and Obama care. This clown makes Carter look like George Washington. They're so screwed.
8 posted on 09/06/2012 2:23:20 PM PDT by ryan71
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To: NYer

I think just the opposite, this speech may well have lost the election for them. Further, I think that may have been Bill Clintons intent. By upstaging Obama he only heightened the delegates regret that he (Clinton) is not able to run, and that Obama has been a deeply disappointing second-choice.

Backhanding Obama, while starting the process of returning the leadership of the Democrat party to the Clintons (which he sees as rightfully “theirs” anyway) - that was the intent of Clintons masterful performance last night.


9 posted on 09/06/2012 2:29:08 PM PDT by bigbob
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To: NYer

I think that the only ones who watched that pile of sheite are already Obama voting slave drones. There is no way that my eyes could focus or function watching that crap. I would have brain hemorrhage.


10 posted on 09/06/2012 2:29:14 PM PDT by lwoodham (I am Andrew Breitbart. Don't doubt me on this.)
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To: ryan71

The democrats think Obama’s chances for victory depend upon ‘Toon’s ability to lie with authority. ‘Cause that was always his skill set.


11 posted on 09/06/2012 2:42:19 PM PDT by skeeter
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To: ryan71

“Okay, so Obama’s best chance at winning reelection hinge on a guy who was president 12 years ago?”

The media has worked overtime to improve BJ Clinton’s image over the years, mostly by ignoring some cold hard facts:

1) He settled a sexual harassment lawsuit for $890K (for exposing himself to Paula Jones - who was NOT one of his girlfriends); Monica Lewinsky was subpeonaed as part of THAT lawsuit (so it wasn’t about a private matter as his defenders claimed).

1a) He was disbarred for five years for lying under oath - unusual at the least for a sitting president.

1b) He (and his slut) will always be remembered for his actions in the Oval Office, long after his “prosperity” myth is debunked; if the economy was half of what it was (and is) touted as, Al Gore would have demolished Bush.

2) He took office with control of both houses of Congress, and left 8 years later with Congress and the White House in the hands of Republicans. From a political standpoint, this is the most enduring legacy of his; he has barely spoken to Al Gore since.

Like everyone else I work with the homely divorcees who still gush over BJ Clinton, but the fact is that they are small in number (and were voting for Obama anyway).


12 posted on 09/06/2012 2:48:01 PM PDT by kearnyirish2 (Affirmative action is economic war against white males (and therefore white families).)
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To: bigbob

I think just the opposite, this speech may well have lost the election for them.”

Can you elaborate on that? I didn’t watch it (like I could stomach it...). And Rush certainly feels same as you. But I’d still like some details....just what was it about the speech that turned off real America?


13 posted on 09/06/2012 2:50:46 PM PDT by ConservativeDude
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To: NYer
I remember when Mario Cuomo's keynote speech at the 1984 'Rat convention was known as "The Speech".

I also remember how B.J. Clinton first gained national notoriety for his embarrassingly long-winded speech to nominate Dukakis in 1988. I don't think his speeches have improved much. They're still too long and all about him.

14 posted on 09/06/2012 2:52:22 PM PDT by Sans-Culotte ( Pray for Obama- Psalm 109:8)
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To: ConservativeDude

I can elaborate a bit...remember in 1980, The Swimmer bitterly opposed Jimmy Carter for the nomination.....Kennedy’s speech was the highlight of the convention, it was probably Kennedy’s best speech ever...But, he never mentioned Jimmy Carter by name....and most people came out realizing that the wrong guy was nominated. A lot of people think that speech went a long way towards dooming Carter, as the rift between the two was made quite clear during the convention.....Carter and Kennedy truly despised each other all the way to Ted’s passing.


15 posted on 09/06/2012 2:53:57 PM PDT by dfwgator (I'm voting for Ryan and that other guy.)
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To: NYer

On the same night the DNC featured a speaker (Fluke) emphasising how bad the RNC was for woman she was followed by a speaker (Slick Willy) that is a serial sexual offender.


16 posted on 09/06/2012 2:57:01 PM PDT by TruthWillWin (The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other peoples money.)
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To: NYer

Secular atheist governments have had such a great track record over the past hundred years as a model for creating peace, general prosperity and social harmony.

Just ask the Russians, Chinese, Koreans, Cubans, Cambodians, and every other country in the world where it has been tried.


17 posted on 09/06/2012 2:59:36 PM PDT by Maceman
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To: dfwgator

This is decent rhetoric...except for the mention of Union Halls, there is nothing democrat about it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jDcPbSCluA


18 posted on 09/06/2012 3:02:54 PM PDT by ConservativeDude
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To: TruthWillWin
...she was followed by a speaker (Slick Willy) that is a serial sexual offender.

But that serial sexual offender "kept abortion legal". For that, he gets a lot more than "one free grope".

19 posted on 09/06/2012 3:41:13 PM PDT by thulldud (Is it "alter or abolish" time yet?)
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To: NYer
...Out-of-Touch Dems Think They Won Election Because of Clinton's Speech

Old "Slick" pumped them so full of Bull$hit and Lies that they actually believe "O" will save the USA. How dumb can you get?

20 posted on 09/06/2012 3:53:06 PM PDT by GoldenPup (Comrade "O" has got to GO!!)
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To: dfwgator
I agreed with a lot of what Buchanan said, but it was a disaster for the GOP in terms of the impact on the election
No one else did or said anything that, Voo Doo economics, thousand points of light, new world order, read my lips, no new taxes George H Bush did to himself.

George H Bush was elected to carry on after Reagan.

George H Bush was a miserable failure and it was HE that was the disaster for the GOP in terms of the impact on the election...period.

21 posted on 09/06/2012 3:56:20 PM PDT by lewislynn ( What does the global warming movement and the Fairtax movement have in commom? Misinformation)
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But Buchanan’s speech actually drove a lot of moderates to either vote for Clinton or Perot, Bush did just fine with Conservatives. But I do agree that Bush didn’t help his cause.


22 posted on 09/06/2012 3:58:49 PM PDT by dfwgator (I'm voting for Ryan and that other guy.)
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To: NYer

This is the best post I’ve seen anywhere (so far) concerning Clinton’s speech at the DNC last night (I didn’t write it)

“watching them Dems take Bill Clinton out of the box and wave him like a squeaky toy over a playpen full of drooling sheeple conditioned to go WHEEEEE every time they take him off ice and parade him as backdrop for the circus was just disgusting.”

I am posting it on the outside chance that some DUmmies will see it & carry it back to their nest.


23 posted on 09/06/2012 4:04:41 PM PDT by KGeorge
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Agreed.

As for Clinton, I didn’t watch. I doubt most who weren’t already Clinton groupies did. It was preaching to the choir. How does that win an election in such perilous times, with the incumbent losing support on all sides of his base coalition?

So, women wanted to sleep with and vote for Clinton? How does that translate to zer0? I must really be old and out of it, because I think they are both unattractive in the extreme. One wants quickies with no regard for the woman and the other is less than manly. EW!


24 posted on 09/06/2012 4:14:42 PM PDT by reformedliberal
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To: NYer
Can anyone identify that Jew hater muslim on that pic??He is the future of America...LOOK CLOSELY!! They are evil cockroaches spewing SHARIA and the SATANIC KORAN through out the USA! Gaze into the faces of tomorrow in American:

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THIS IS COMING TO AMERICA REAL SOON=AND THIS

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TAKE A DAMN GOOD LOOK!! These cockroaches WILL never assimilate into the American way, NOPE their agenda is to over take this country and KILL those who stand in the way of Sharia and their satanic book the KORAN! WE MUST get rid of them before they destroy everything America stand for!! TAKE A GOOD LOOK!

25 posted on 09/06/2012 5:10:14 PM PDT by RoseofTexas
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Not even I, William Jefferson Billy-Bubbah Blythe (”Cli’ton”) the recidivist, treasonous, lying, looting, thieving, mass-murdering, perjurious, perjury-suborning, civil-rights-denying, convicted, fined, penalized, disbarred, impeached, predatory, serial-sexual-harassing, co-serial-raping only-ever-incidental boy “president” — not even if, like last time, I had Newt Gingrich’s direction and management and his Republican Congress on my puny arse — not even I could clear away the wreckage of the past three and a half, 100%-OZero, years!


26 posted on 09/10/2012 2:08:22 AM PDT by Brian Allen (Buraq Hussayn bin Buraq Hussayn bin Hussayn Oogooboogo Ubambi: To America as was Pol Pot to Cambodia)
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To: RoseofTexas

Too bad for them all they’ve managed thus far is all their obscene manifestation-of-evil ideology-posing-as a “religion” has ever achieved in the 1,400 years since its criminally-insane pig-porking pedophile “prophet” kicked it off.

Death and Destruction.

And the death (in full view of the nation, on national TV — and - deliciously - aided and abetted by the fellow-travelling career racist Antonio Ramón Villar Jr alias Antonio Ramón Villaraigosa) they’ve caused this time around is that of the horse to which they thought they insidiously hitched their American wagon: The “Democratic” potty.

Which, in any case, was only ever a bloody donkey!


27 posted on 09/10/2012 2:33:21 AM PDT by Brian Allen (Buraq Hussayn bin Buraq Hussayn bin Hussayn Oogooboogo Ubambi: To America as was Pol Pot to Cambodia)
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