You Get'em Girl!

DAYUM...Right Mamma is rippin' into the Democrats..heh...and she's RIGHT...the hypocrisy of idiots like Mr. Clark is exactly why I don't watch the whining left-wing media...

I do not see how Bush is exploiting September 11th. It happened, nothing can change that. And it happened on Bush's watch. It was GWB's responsibility to respond appropriatley and effectively. He did so. No, the Dems didnt neccesarily agree with all his moves, but hey - thats part of what makes the Dems!

As i see it, GWB has every right to use his Presidential History as a reason to vote for him in 2004! Its not exploiting September 11th, its showing his consistency in dealing with terrorism.

Lets face if, it Algore had won in 2000 we all know he would use 9/11 to his benefit in a re-election (but i doubt he would have the balls to run a matter of fact a little birdie told me he asked Gore personally if he was glad he lost the 2000 election, after 9/11, and Gore admitted to being glad he was not in Office when it happened. This was a casual conversation BTW, not an interview with a reporter.)

by Eric on November 25, 2003 | Comments(8) | Psycho Rants

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Oh, he would have shit his pants and begged help from any advisor that would have told his clueless ass what to do.

posted by: Key on November 25, 2003 09:54 PM

He didn't lose the election.

posted by: Brenda on November 26, 2003 06:27 AM

> He didn't lose the election.

So? Where has democracy ever been successful?

Power remains where it is. The same few people stay in power whether in an absolute monachy, a military dictatorship, or what we all think of as democracy. Examples? Bush family. Kennedy family. General Pervez Musharraf in Pakistan (won power in military coup, kept power after election showed support).

posted by: nickoli on November 26, 2003 11:05 AM

Of course, Nickoli, democracy has been VERY successful..and will continue to be in this fine country...

have a nice day...

posted by: Eric on November 26, 2003 06:32 PM

Actually, ALL professional politicians are hypocrites...

And even though I'm arrogant enough to think that *I* would make a great president, I am certaintly glad that I wasn't in office when September 11, 2001 occurred. I think that ANY rational person would be glad they didn't have to be confronted with the challenge of dealing with that horrific and tragic set of events.

posted by: Jack on November 26, 2003 10:30 PM

But as Brenda pointed out, Bush wasn't democratically elected. Gore wouldn't have been either - the electoral collage system is flawed and it shows up when the vote is as close as it was in 2000. The public should have decided (by means of a re-run, as soon as possible), rather than a panel of judges, who will not be reprsentative and will be biased.

And I agree with Jack.

posted by: nickoli on November 27, 2003 10:46 AM

I agree that the Electoral College is flawed..but, there are many instances in US history which show how elections can be won, lost, or swung - and HAVE been...Even Andrew Jackson, when he ran in 1824 felt he was robbed by Adams even after Jackson had won the Electoral votes.. what did he do? He ran again in 1828 and won the election..I suggest Gore do the same...that way, we can fit into your initial post's assumption that "Power remains where it is" when Bush gets re-elected...

and, I agree with Jack too...politicians are never to be trusted...and if he ran, I might even vote for HIM...

posted by: Eric on November 27, 2003 11:44 AM

I agree with Jack as well. And Eric, I would hate to see Al Gore run again. It's a shame with the population of America, that we have such idiots who want to run our country. Democrat, Republican, or Independant. It makes no difference.. It seems all we have to vote for are morons.

posted by: BS on November 27, 2003 02:13 PM