Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Democrats: The Treason Party

Sadly, Jean-Francois Kerry is not some fringe nut in the Democrat Party. His comments have been broadcast all over the airwaves and yet he remains defiant.

There are such things as misunderstandings and innocent mistakes. As long as you're a reasonable person and a human being, this is pretty self-evident. Kerry's failure to apologize for even a potentially misunderstood statement reveals his contempt for the non-elite, and validates the decision the American people made two years ago. Give yourself a pat on the back if you voted for Bush.

But, knowing J-F, he'll flip-flop and apologize in a day or so. Still feeling like staying home to punish the GOP next week?

19 comments:

Sebosmile said...

John Kerry makes me ill.

Anyone got a few spare rotten toe-ma-toes lying around?

Just kidding. Much funnier to sit back and watch him shoot him self in the foot.

Again.

And again.

And probably again tomorrow, lol! ;)

The Monarchist said...

I work for a pretty staunch Democrat (another reason to not use your real name on a political blog). Even *he* today called John Kerry a big idiot and a limosine liberal.

-AH

Daniel Webster said...

I guess what surprises me most is that he and his ilk have not sense enough (or is it "self-government" enough?) to withhold such...outbursts...until after the elections.

If you ask me why I'm surprised, my answer is a confused "I don't know!" I mean, we're talking about a segment of society who are comfortable with the likes of Howard Dean as their spokesman, er, "spokesperson" - excuse me.

Anyway, I'm personally offended by Kerry's words, not to mention his intent! My brothers know why.

But...

Hey Justin! You're a hero in my books! Always will be.

Samuel Adams said...

A good friend of mine suggested the other day that he would support any bill in Congress which provides federal funds to pay for megaphones for registered Democrats. I wonder if Horatio Bunce would have made an exception for that'n.

Daniel Webster said...

LOL...

As I recall it was one of the posters here (you know who you are) who once said something to this effect:

"The best way to expose a nut is to give him a stage and a microphone with which to express himself."

J Wales said...

Yes, John Kerry appears to be a moron, but it doesnt mean the entire democratic party is treasoness. Does Mark Foley make the entire Republican party a bunch of homo's?

The days of straight party voting are over, one must look at each individual and decide whom he thinks will defend their state and federal constiutional rights and the appropriate issues of the day appropriately. My vote will be a mix of Republican, Democrat and Libertarian (no CP's running here).

Vote for people, not parties.

Daniel Webster said...

"Does Mark Foley make the entire Republican party a bunch of homo's?"

There you go comparing apples with oranges again, J.

When you talk about the democrat party, let's remember, you're talking about the party of clinton, Clinton, Kerry, Edwards, Schumer, Kennedy, Pelosi, Dean, Rangel, Jackson, Lee, Frank....I could go on, and on, and...

Does Osama Binladen make the entire muslim world a buncha sadist nuts? Obviously the answer is no. But that ain't the right question to ask. Think about it.

Anyway, the democrat party is thoroughly corrupt, right down to the individuals voting for the losers they elect. Around my parts they call themselves "Yellow-Dog-Democrats," and they proudly display it (along with a lot of indisputably treasonous stuff t'boot) on their vehicles and such. And I live in a decidedly conservative State. I can just imagine what's displayed elsewhere!

They got that yellow part right!

J Wales said...

Believe you me D., I am not endorsing the democratic party as a whole (or half). The leadership, and I use that term quite loosely, consists of some real horses-a--es for sure. There is a minority that doesnt necessarily tow party line, thank God.

As for corruption, both parties are guilty, one just has a better smoke machine.

Samuel Adams said...

YD Democrats get defeated in primaries because Democrats are Jacobins (see Noah Webster's magnum opus re-released this morning on the lesser blog).

It is my opinion that, until such time that the Democrats cease operations or that the GOP is finally, fully absorbed into the Democrat milleu, it is dutiful for Federalist-minded individuals to support Republicans as often as possible (with the obvious exception when the particular candidate's position is clearly leftist).

Daniel Webster said...

"As for corruption, both parties are guilty, one just has a better smoke machine."

Which one are you referring to? I gotta know.

J Wales said...

Personal experience, prior career years ago. That's all I can say bro.

The Monarchist said...

Hey Outlaw,

(BTW, as far as nicknames go, you picked a good one)

How would you answer the challenge that the time to air your grievances with the party is in the primary?

J Wales said...

Your probably right A.H.

You look at the ballots, be it in the primary or the election, and many of these folk are running unopposed, which is sad.

I think D.Webster is pretty close putting the blame on the people, many are apathetic, uninformed, gullible and get their education from the MSM and Hollywood.

The primaries are certainly the place to start but alot of folk dont pay any attention to it.

Holy Cow! Bears finally lose? They still look strong bro. Pack melted down today.

The Monarchist said...

JW,

Thanks man. There's a reason that there's the saying: On any given Sunday...

I'd imagine there's a correlation between level of personal awareness and involvement and likelihood of voting in a primary. Primaries can really make all the difference. Something about a tireless minority...

-AH

Daniel Webster said...

Hear, hear! Vote Republican on Tuesday. And if you're planning on voting democrat, election day for you is Wednesday. LOL

Sebosmile said...

"The best way to expose a nut is to give him a stage and a microphone with which to express himself."

...Well, only problem is they gave Dean a mike ("yieyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!") and then still let him lead the party...

But maybe I'm trying to find rational action in the wrong group of people? Lol! ;)

Samuel Adams said...

One other "good thing" that might come out of the Democrat victories this week? The '36 media usually gets their fresh blood from election losers. 11/7 only means that the media's talent pool has dried up for the time being.

Sebosmile said...

Talent? Where? I see no one who actually posses talent in the usual talking heads, Sam.

A couple of 'perky' people who can't retain their own ratings... A relic with 'fake but accurate' 'news' 'stories'.... Etc, etc.

Are you watching different 'news' then I am? ;)

Samuel Adams said...

I stand corrected. Or, as I am learnt of late to say, "Yes, dear, you were right." To rephrase, I would draw your attention to all the talking heads that pop up on the TV under the guise of being news commentators and the like, they usually turn out to be former and losing candidates for public office or their campaign managers. TV might add 20 pounds, but it also subtracts memory.