Friday, July 13, 2007

Hillary And Edwards Caught Conspiring On Video

CAUGHT ON TAPE!!! In case you haven't seen it yet, Hillary Clinton and John Edwards have been CAUGHT conspiring on VIDEO as they plotted to backstab their fellow candidates by attempting to politically cleanse the Democrat debates of the lower tier candidates. The FUnniest part of this video is when right in the middle of their backstab plotting, Hillary paused to shake hands with Dennis Kucinich and, without missing a beat, returned to conspiring with the Pink Sapphire again. The DUmmies seem to be quite perplexed by this. Of course, most of them expect this type of deviousness from Hillary but now their hero, Edwards, has been exposed as being equally sleazy. Since this video capture was done by Fox News there is also a large case of denial on the part of the DUmmies as you can see in this THREAD titled, "Clinton, Edwards talk of limiting debate Kucinich Camp Outraged." So let us now peer carefully through the glass of my DUmmie Ant Farm and watch the residents stir themselves up uneasily in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, eagerly looking forward to the reactions of the Evil Elf and the Potted Plant to this conspiracy caught on video at the upcoming Gay Debate, is in the [brackets]:

Clinton, Edwards talk of limiting debate Kucinich Camp Outraged

[I saw the Kucinich outrage on Hardball tonight and it marked the first time I was actually cheering the Evil Elf.]

DETROIT (AP) - Democrats John Edwards and Hillary Rodham Clinton consider themselves among the top presidential candidates.

[They consider themselves better than the lower tier peons.]

They were caught by Fox News microphones discussing their desire to limit future joint appearances to exclude some lower rivals after a forum in Detroit Thursday.

[I love that term---"lower rivals."]

Edwards says, "We should try to have a more serious and a smaller group."

[The Pink Sapphire wants to exclude candidates with unfluffy hair.]

Clinton agrees, saying, "We've got to cut the number" and "they're not serious." She also says that she thought their campaigns had already tried to limit the debates and say, "We've gotta get back to it."

[And going to the Pink Sapphire Salon for cucumber cream facials is the mark of a serious candidate?]

Others taking part in the forum sponsored by the NAACP were Senators Barack Obama, Chris Dodd and Joe Biden, Congressman Dennis Kucinich, New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel.

[All, except for one, lower tiers candidate who do not belong in the exclusive Club Hillary. And now on to the DUmmie reaction to this backstabbing Democrat elitism...]

Hate to say it, but that's the point of a campaign. Limit the debate, frame the issues, and do anything you can to win.

[You left out the part about dumping all priciples.]

Just because Hillary and Edwards might be attempting to limit it, doesn't mean that the other candidates aren't allowed to find another way to get their message out.

[They could always hold up cardboard posters at freeway exits.]

I would like to hear from the Clinton and Edwards camps exactly which candidates they were talking about.

[The lowly lower tier candidates. They don't belong in the exclusive club.]

I don't need HR Clinton or Edwards or anyone else deciding who is a "lower level" candidate and who is serious or not. That is up to us, the voters, the decide.

[Wrong. It is up to Hillary and the Pink Sapphire to decide who gets into their exclusive club.]

I'm not crazy about Gravel being in these debates because he's a crackpot. But that's the price of an open society and a democratic system. So let him stay, I guess. But I can think of no other candidate who is not "serious." How dare these two deign to determine who is "serious" and who is not.

[The Crackpotted Plant.]

Gravel does nothing but growl.

[In a Gravel-ly voice.]

Perhaps all Edwards and Clinton were trying to do was arrange a discussion on how to have a serious, more focused debate.

[Without having to be in the presence of those insufferable lower tier peons.]

So I'm not going to get all excised because the front-runners want to start getting serious, if I were them, I'd like to see it pared down too.

[Pared down to just a pair.]

Somehow, I always think of the candidates with "bad" hair as being MORE serious.

[Why do you hate the Pink Sapphire?]

Since I lean towards Biden...

[Copycat Joe's ONLY supporter speaks up.]

Though Edwards may be something of a corporatist, too, at least he cares about the poor and working class, which the other candidates don't care about.

[Two Americas. One for the exclusive Upper Tier. And the other for the excluded Lower Tier.]

I finally looked at the video this morning. Edwards initiates the discussion of cutting out some candidates, going over to Clinton. She agrees and as they turn to leave, Clinton saying "our guys should talk," they both blow off Obama.

[I bet Edwards really enjoyed performing the latter.]

Kucinich has every right to be outraged. And all the others. Where do these two get away with trying to machinate the debates? Edwards gets the main boos here for bringing it up (more me time, please!); Clinton for agreeing and offering to sic her dogs on the issue.

[Good title for an article on this conspiracy: More Me Time, Please!]

They were caught by Fox News microphones ..." Don't that just say it all.

[Absolutely. Fox News cameras caught the sunrise yesterday but I just don't buy it. Never happened.]

Bad microphones, bad, bad microphones. They made them say those things. Talk about shooting the messenger.

[Attack of the Killer Microphones!!!]

it looks like some supporters of dennis are willing to believe
anything they now faux news is credible....give me a frigging break....

[There was NO sunrise yesterday because Fox news cameras caught it on video.[

And haters of Fox don't believe their own eyes and ears. Did you see the video?

[I can't since my head is stuck in the ground.]

dang! The ABC cameras are lying too! Seems like the champion of the little guy started this "let's get rid of the little guy" thinghie too. How perfectly appropriate!

[The champion of the little guy had some unpaid little guy buy him a PlayStation 3 at Wal-Mart.]

I'm surprised at Edwards. So much for that "two Americas" stuff.

[It was just a bumper sticker slogan.]

Don't know which is worse, Edwards pretense of inclusivity or the blatant undemocratic behavior that is Clinton's habit.

[Six of one, half a dozen of the other.]

as trivial as it was, edwards lost me with the traveling stylist.. you can't portray yourself as the Johnny Cash of the political circuit, then turn around and spend that kind of jack on a haircut without losing some cred.

[Maybe Edwards was really whispering hair styling tips to Hillary in that video.]

Sorry, but that was the straw from Hillary that truly broke my back. She won't ever be getting a dime from me, and she won't get my vote. If she gets the nomination I'll just zip my lip until after the election.

[Put some ice on that zipped lip.]

If this is actually what was said, I need a strong apology from either of these to take them seriously again, and I was up till this moment a strong Edwards supporter.

[And now you have become an athletic supporter.]

Who will tell the truth to America if DK is kicked off the Democratic stage? Dennis Kucinich's Truth to Power voice is one of the few reasons I am still in the Democratic Party. Kicking DK off the stage IS kicking ME off the stage.

[Hillary has a "Kick Me" sign for you to wear.]

Between his campaign calling me DAILY asking for a $100 donation (AS IF ...) and this blatant attempt to squelch the voices of those who dare to take a strong stand that is not in line with the DLC plan--f*ck off, Edwards. I will be replying to one of his incessant e-mails with exactly what I think of him now. I wouldn't vote for Clinton under any circumstances, she is just one big continuation of corporate politics. Obama just doesn't do it for me, either--too "made," too middle of the road, and his health care plan sucks the huge one.
I hope all 3 of these bite the dust--soon. Clark and Gore, now!!!

[Edwards needs your hundred dollar contribution to help redecorate one of the 3 dozen bathrooms in his vast NC estate.]

edwards is just his usual hypocrite...

[Edwards is seeking his inner hypocrite.]


Blogger Unknown said...

Cool! Thought you'd be interested in this alert I received today:

Keep Independent Voices in the Debates

At the conclusion of the July 12th NAACP candidate forum in Detroit, Senator Hillary Clinton and former Senator John Edwards “privately” discussed their interest in narrowing the participants in future debates. This exchange took place after a forum in which former Senator Mike Gravel delivered a sharp critique of the role President Bill Clinton played in enacting NAFTA and Congressman Dennis Kucinich criticized the “top tier’s” record on issues of voter fraud.

Watch the Clinton/Edwards interchange at (You Tube video)

The exchange between Clinton and Edwards in which they discuss the need to eliminate “unserious” candidates from future televised debates has become news. Fox has done a televised segment, and an AP story is circulating widely.

Now it’s time for the voice of independent voters to be heard!

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has scheduled a debate every month until the end of the year. This is an important moment for independents to let DNC Chair Howard Dean know that we do not want him to eliminate the independent voices from the presidential debates!
Here is how you can take action:

1. Call/E-mail/Fax Howard Dean (and please cc on any letters you send) to let him know that you support the continued participation of ALL the Democratic candidates in the debates. Below is a sample letter and information on how to contact Dean.

2. Sign up at to be a part of the independent movement and receive regular e-mail updates.

Sample E-mail, Fax, or Letter
Dear Chairman Howard Dean,
I am outraged at Senators Clinton and Edwards’ conversation at the close of the NAACP forum about narrowing the field for upcoming debates.
In my opinion, candidates such as Dennis Kucinich and Mike Gravel play a very important role in broadening the debate on crucial issues. Their exclusion would be bad for the democratic process and would shut down important conversation.
I urge you to make sure the debates remain open and inclusive of all the candidates.
Your Name and State

To contact Howard Dean and the Democratic National Committee:
Phone: 202-863-8000
Fax: 202-863-8174

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2:21 AM  
Blogger Son Of The Godfather said...

...OR, we can just sit back and watch the DUmmies fight it out.

Where's my popcorn?

11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm with Son of the Godfather, as long as that's REAL butter your using.

11:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the DUmmies fight it out, will Kucinich supporters be bringing flowers to a gunfight?

1:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the DUmmies fight it out, will Kucinich supporters be bringing flowers to a gunfight?

Nah, they'll use the power of their insanity. It'll be kinda like "Clans of the Alphane Moon."

6:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep an eye on the anti-Hillary threads. I think they're going to mysteriously disappear the minute she's nominated.

9:54 AM  

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