Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Quotes of the day

I swear, the leftards give me a good dose of material with which to work. Shrillary and Osamabama never fail to disappoint, do they? From Breitbart/AP:
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama accused the Bush administration on Tuesday of pursuing a policy of "social Darwinism" that leaves every man and woman struggling.

"It's a strategy that we've seen this administration pursue over the last six years, that basically says government has no role to play in making sure that America is prosperous for all people and not just some," Obama said to applause during an appearance before the Communications Workers of America.

I don't know how to break this to you, Barry, but government does have no role in making America "prosperous for all people"! How, pray tell, can America be made prosperous for the uneducated, unmotivated, and unwilling? If you steal fruits from the producers to give to the non-producers, how long do you think it will take before the producers become non-producers? Socialism at its finest (or worst, hoever you look at it), and it's running for president. Great.

Anywho, Barry's not done:
The Illinois senator said the attempt to "divvy up the government into individual tax breaks" may be tempting, but government research and investment is what has made advances possible in the United States.

You heard it, folks. Government, not individuals or businesses, is what America great. Technological advances were sprung from Big Government, not from the fertile minds of American entrepreneurs. Thanks for the clarification, Barry. That sure was news to me.

Not to be outdone in the idiocy department, Her Highness weighed in:
Clinton said she wanted to return to a time when the country and it's leaders had big goals and achieved them—like improving civil rights or sending a man to the moon. She said she wished President Bush would have used the opportunity of a unified nation after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks to make the country energy independent or provide universal health care.

Good point. Why, I can remember it like it was yesterday! Staring at the TV, seeing the smoldering remains of the Twin Towers and the gaping hole in the side of the Pentagon, all the while I was thinking exactly what all Americans were thinking at that very moment of agony and despair: "Man, it's a damned shame we don't have universal health care!"

Seriously, while this nation was contemplating a proper reaction to the 9/11 attacks, do you honestly believe anyone thought of the socialist panacea at the time? "Console the nation...check. Prep the military...check. Come up with plans of attack...check. Finally get that universal health care thingy implemented..." And women will vote for her for the simple fact that she has a vagina. Un-freakin'-believable.

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