Monday, March 06, 2006

DUmmie FUnnies 03-06-06 ("Do you get the sense they are trying to force Hillary on us?")

The DUmmies are FINALLY waking up to the fact that Hillary is being FOISTED upon them as the 2008 Democrat presidential nominee whether they like it or not as you can see in this THREAD titled, "Do you get the sense they are trying to force Hillary on us?" The most FUn thing of the next presidential campaign season will be to watch the DUmmie implosion when Hillary steamrollers over her primary opponents. Therefore, my advice to the DUmmies is to assume the fetal position with thumbs stuck in their mouths and RELAX. There is absolutely NOTHING you can do to change the inevitability of Hillary's impending nomination followed by her DEFEAT in the general election. At this point there is only ONE "White Knight" who can save you from Hillary and that is Al Gore but guess what? That WON'T be happening. Yes, Gore could rally all the leftists together to defeat Hillary but Gore has gone off the deep end and won't be running for president ever again no matter how much the DUmmies beg him to run. As usual the DUmmie protests in vain against the Perfect Rovian Plan is in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble reporter, wondering how quickly Pied Piper Pitt will begin shamelessly flakking for Hillary, is in the [brackets]:

Do you get the sense they are trying to force Hillary on us?

[And this DUmmie WINS a Kewpie Doll right out of the starting gate for having a brief moment of mental clarity.]

They being republicans and the MSM. I mean if they say it enough, her poll numbers will keep going up among likely Dem candidates and we will get stuck with her just because of name recognition. It is entirely possible that people are that dumb. How did Bush get re-elected after a failed first term? Putting Diebold explanations aside it could have been simply the effective swift boat ads, name recognition of an emcumbent, and the fear factor that was created by the Rovian machine. You have to ask yourself, would Bush have OK'd this Dubai port deal before the 2004 elections? Not a chance in hell. Bush grabbed that 7-10% clueless vote from people that tend to vote for a) name on top of the ballot b) name most recognizable c) name least demonized in the press In this case Bush fit all three criteria. If polling of independents is any indication of how the country feels now, Bush's presidency is in deep trouble, 2006 looks good for Dems, and 2008 looks great for a Dem presidency.

[Karl Rove is paving the way for you folks to snatch Defeat from the Jaws of Victory yet AGAIN.]

That being said, the Hillary factor is throwing everything off. They know they can vilify Hillary and pull it off. I believe they are most scared of Gore as a candidate. The candidate that they couldn't attack personally and brings the added dimension of "let's see what would have happened if things would have gone the other way in 2000." After 8 years of hell, people would love to have Clinton/Gore times back. Hopefully they will see this as best being achieved with the nomination of Gore and not Hillary Clinton.

Although I think Clark, Feingold and several other Dem candidates would make excellent presidents, I think Gore is the rightful heir of the backlash that is about to take place. We have to sink Hillary's momentum now. She is a distraction and has been an embarrassment to the Democratic party as of late.

[You can yearn for Al Gore all you want but his candidacy WON'T be happening. Look to Hillary as your pre-selected 2008 candidate.]

Yes. That's been obvious to me from the beginning.

[Therefore accept your fate and passively assume the fetal position with thumb firmly in mouth.]

I would love to see Gore run again! I think the country would go wild for him this time around!

[Thanx for giving us the Al Gore theme song: "Wild Thing." And if a certain pastoral personality were not currently in a state of Lent, we would even have the updated words to that song.]

The thing I dislike most about Gore... Is that he picked Lieberman. I did not like Lieberman THEN, and I dislike him more NOW. Gore, of all people, should have known the REAL Lieberman...the one we are all too chagrined to see in the media. Maybe I am the only one who faults Gore for this...but I do.

[So you are saying that your savior, Gore, did not recognize his betraying Jewdas?]

I think in 2008 will be the perfect time for a true blue progressive to run whether Gore, Kerry or Feingold. Any of them could easily pull it off I think.

[Sorry. That scenario runs counter to the Rovian Game Plan.]

By framing the situation, the 'pubs either have the Dems on the defensive or they keep them silent.

[The RATS are soooo easy to frame.]

Hillary is the safety valve for the ruling class!
The one thing the ruling class fears the most is that working Americans will suddenly realize they have been taken for a ride by both major parties and begin to push for real radical reforms. The only way to prevent that is by maintaining the pretense of an opposition party, so if public discontent with Bush reaches a critical mass, the elites can quickly rally around an "opposition" candidate that they know won't turn the apple cart.

[That was Indiana Green injecting his/her usual class warfare shtick into the arguement. Some have said that Indiana Green is a professor at an Indiana college. Will he/she be the NEXT Jay Bennish?]

I think Gore/Edwards would have an incredibly hard job...but they might have a chance of pulling us out of the death spiral.

[Emperor Palpatine prefers that they remain confined on the Death Star.]

They wish with all the evil in their greedy little hearts that Hillary would be the Dem candidate....and they think we are soooooooooo stupid that if they say it enough, we will do it.

[Hey DUmmie mexicoxpat! I will be flagging your name to check for your crazed rantings when Hillary IS nominated in 2008.[

Oh, most definitely. Hillary would divide the Dems and rally the "I Hate Hitlery" Pubs. That's why she CANNOT BE the nominee. If by some chance she is our nominee, I will know, in my heart of hearts, that things are so irretrievably broken that it's time to pull up stakes and leave. It will mean that "they" own everything, and we have little more than the poor Russians did during the Communist heyday, when you got to vote between two indistinguishable Communists.

[Heads, we WIN. Tails, you LOSE.]

A Hillary nomination would be the worst thing that could happen to us, IMO. The right hates her, the left doesn't trust her, and the middle would probably vote McCain, assuming he runs. It's a very, very bad idea.

[Which means it's a very, very good idea.]


Blogger Son Of The Godfather said...

I actually agree with a DUmmie on something...

I too would love to see Al Gore run again! heh

10:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, right. I can really tell that everyone in this country is just WAITING with bated breath for Algore to make a comeback.

The trick here is to make Hillary seem like such an unpalatable nominee to the loony left that they decide to either sit out the election or go for a third party candidate, thus ensuring 8 more years of White House control for us. I think Karl Rove has already thought of that, though. HA HA!

10:33 AM  

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