Day: November 15, 2012

Dixie (Confederate States of America) Parody, ThDubya


HAVE A GREAT EVENING!

 

John McCain Cartoon #3


John McCain Cartoon #2


You won’t believe the drivel and lies Mitch McConnell is telling Republicans


This email is from “Team Mitch”

Let’s convince Mitch McConnell to retire.

 

 

Dear Patriot,

 

President Obama thinks we have given up.

 

Just days after the election, the President is calling for a massive tax hike on American small businesses. And, he thinks he has a “consensus” of Americans who will go along with his dangerous plans.

 

The President has been very clear about what he intends to do. In the coming weeks, he will try to use the “Lame Duck” session of Congress and the threat of the fiscal cliff to pressure Republicans to fall in line with his tax hikes. He thinks we will roll right over.

 

This election taught us that there is consensus on some core issues. The American people are all worried about the future. They know they need jobs, and that we need to fuel our recovery. And, they want Washington’s solutions to work, not hurt.

 

But, I see absolutely no consensus anywhere, save from the radical left, that we should hike taxes on our small business owners and stall this fragile economy.

 

A tax hike on American small businesses WILL kill jobs, it WILL stifle our fragile recovery and it WILL NOT work!

 

You see, an independent study by the highly respected accounting firm Ernst and Young estimates that President Obama’s tax hike plan would crush tens of thousands of small businesses and destroy 710,000 jobs.

 

Let’s be honest. I am sure you are disappointed with the results of last week’s elections, as am I. But now is not the time to hang our heads.

 

The President is counting on us to sit on the sidelines during this fight so he can push through his tax hike agenda…

 

 

 

 

 

John McCain Cartoon #1


MoveOn.org ad against McCain: “Bomb Iran” song


Uploaded by  on Apr 20, 2007

MoveOn.org has created a political ad that features Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain (R-AZ) briefly joking about the prospect of bombing Iran by singing to the tune of the Beach Boys song “Barbara Ann” (“Bomb, bomb, bomb, Bomb Iran“) while giving a speech. MoveOn.org asserts that this is evidence that McCain would be a reckless president, and ends the ad by saying that “we can’t afford another reckless president.”

Source:
https://pol.moveon.org/donate/dontbombiran.html

WHAT SHOULD WE DO WITH OUR NATIONAL HEROES WHEN THEY START TO EMBARRASS THEMSELVES IN PUBLIC?

SENATOR LINDSEY GRAHAM, SUSAN RICE IS FROM FLORENCE, SC. IS YOUR ATTACK ON HER JUST TO PLEASE YOUR BASE WHICH “RESENTS” [SIC] BLACK  SOUTH CAROLINIANS?

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John McCain Supported Condi Rice After Massive Intelligence Failure


ThinkProgress

By By Igor Volsky on Nov 14, 2012 at 3:30 pm

President Obama has yet to nominate anyone to succeed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State, but Republicans are already lining up in opposition to potential replacement U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice, citing her complicity in the administration’s alleged failures in responding to the attacks in Benghazi, Libya

On Wednesday, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) promised to filibuster Rice’s nomination and “do whatever to block the nomination that is within our power.” “She’s not qualified,” McCain explained, arguing that she misled the public by initially attributing the September 11 Benghazi attack to protests over an anti-Islam video. He claimed that at a minimum, Rice is guilty of “not being very bright, because it was obvious that this was not a ‘flash mob’ and there was additional information by the time she went on every news show…in America.”

But interestingly, McCain took a far different approach to another Rice in 2005. When President George W. Bush nominated National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice to the post, McCain defended the nomination, despite Rice’s central role in spreading the false intelligence that Saddam Hussein was developing weapons of mass destruction. The Democrats held hours of hearing and ultimately confirmed Rice, but not before McCain accused the opposition of using politics to delay her confirmation and challenging her “integrity”:

FULL ARTICLE

‘JOHN McCAIN GAVE US SARAH PALIN YET COMMENTS ON ANOTHER’S INTELLIGENCE?’

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