Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Hillary Clinton makes money off her campaign.

Guess what Clinton campaign donors? The money you give is going back into Hillary's pocket, with interest.

Funny how the news media never questions the fact that Hillary Clinton loans her campaign money rather than just gives it. She clearly has the money to give (with her tax returns showing she and her husband are worth over $100 million), but instead asks her donors (the majority far poorer than she) to give their hard-earned dollars to her campaign, effectively paying her back with interest.

When a candidate loans money to a campaign, it has to be a legal loan, which means it must have an interest rate. Why doesn't Hillary do what most hard-working Americans do when they have a business idea - put her own money where her mouth is.

If she's not willing to give her own money to support her cause, then why should I or any of you?

What an embarrassment.

George Bush is an Embarrassment and a Failure

President George Bush has managed to derail the most powerful economy in the world, speed up America's demise as the world's only superpower by 50 years or so, and return the world to the 8th Century Crusades, all while making his friends rich.

What a colossal embarrassment.

Bill Clinton is an Embarrassment

In April '92, Clinton camp called Brown victory "impossible"

Bill Clinton, on Sunday (May 25): "I have never seen anything like it. I have never seen a candidate [Hillary] treated so disrespectfully just for running. ... I can't believe it. It is just frantic the way they are trying to push and pressure and bully all these superdelegates to come out.

Check out the JedReport for the full record

And here's Andrew Sullivan's take:

In 1992, the Iowa caucus occurred a month later than it did this year. So the length of time between the first primary and the Clinton camp's public pressure on their main rival to withdraw was two months. It's almost six months since Iowa this year, and it has been mathematically near-impossible for Clinton to win since March. The Clintons are such accomplished sociopaths that they begin to make you believe their lies after a while.

Monday, May 19, 2008

James Baker: Talking to the Enemy is not Appeasement

In May of 2006, John McCain said former Secretary of State James Baker was one of the "smartest" men he knew and that he was likely to ask Baker to serve as a diplomatic envoy to the Middle East. Speaking to an Israeli newspaper, McCain added "I know you in Israel don't like Baker."

Baker's comments about "appeasement" came on October 6, yet within a matter of days, McCain had once again included Baker on the list of his potential Middle East diplomats.

The video is from an October, 2006 interview on Hannity & Colmes.