She who must be defeated.....Debate.... - CinemaDave
|Date:||October 4th, 2007 10:23 pm (UTC)|| |
Dave, Dave, Dave,
if you don't call Senator Clinton a communist, I won't call President Bush the many slanderous terms that come to mind. Fair?
Sorry, as much as our current Senate would like to muzzle free speech in America, I've got to speak out about the junior Senator from New York. In fact, she makes me sad to say I was born in New York.
As for President Bush, his administration will end in less than two years. While he has bungled immigration, the man did inherit a foreign policy mess from Hilary's husband. While he won't go down as a great president, history has shown that Bush the younger was a better person for the job than either John Kerry and Al Gore.
Thanks for visitng my blog and if you promise not to be mean, I'll be glad to read your point of view on my blog. Really, I enjoy reading alternative perspectives.
|Date:||October 6th, 2007 02:08 pm (UTC)|| |
"Speaking out" is fine and encouraged. Even your reference to the Dixie Chicks is acceptable (contrary to the reaction they received.)Labeling someone a Communist is, however, inflammatory and seemingly intended to be provocative. And, history can not have shown that President Bush was a better person for the job than Kerry or Gore because neither of the latter two men has had the opportunity to serve.
|Date:||October 7th, 2007 12:39 am (UTC)|| |
Hilary with Communist tendencies
Given that she wrote a book "It Takes a Village," the Communist lable may be more appropriate than not. It does not take a village to raise a child, it takes concerned individuals - especially parents.
Given how poorly Kerry and Gore have behaved since the last elections; Gore's meltdown about "Bush betrayed the troops" and Kerry's "joke" about the volunteers in Iraq; reveals that neither individuals had the gravitas to become the Commander-in-Chief.
Reba McIntire had a great joke about the Dixie Chicks, the only group who can sing with their feet in their mouth :)