Sunday, October 12, 2008

Right Attitude Wrong Word

Dammit John.... Kick His ass... Not 'Whip' but 'Kick'.
Get ready for the faux outrage handed to these idiots on a silver platter.

You must score a knockout or Jimmy Carter will make it out of this life being the second worst President in history after B. Hussein Obama. I can hear Saddam laughing his ass of in hell.

Just in case your team doesn't know the question to piss Barry off it goes something like this:

"Senator, most citizens are required to produce a birth certificate for a driver license, a passport possibly a SSN number. When the question arose of my qualifications for the Presidency, as stipulated by the supreme law of the land, I gladly submitted the documents required. Senator, why do you have a team of lawyers preventing the release of your records for of this Constitutional requirement? Unlike the rest of us do you believe you are above the law?

Senator, when you prevent full disclosure of your transcripts, your health records and the records of the CAC what are you hiding and why?


nanc said...

as zo would say "kick the donkey!"!

IOpian said...

Maybe we can get Zo to debate him. That would be hilarious.

nanc said...

have you seen this vid?

IOpian said...

Let's see if they are living up to the defined Wiki standards:

Liberalism is a broad array of related ideas and theories of government that consider individual liberty to be the most important political goal.[1] Modern liberalism has its roots in the Age of Enlightenment.

Liberalism emphasizes individual rights and equality of opportunity. Different forms of liberalism may propose very different policies, but they are generally united by their support for a number of principles, including extensive freedom of thought and speech, limitations on the power of governments, the rule of law, the free exchange of ideas, a market or mixed economy, and a transparent system of government.[2] All liberals — as well as some adherents of other political ideologies — support some variant of the form of government known as liberal democracy, with open and fair elections, where all citizens have equal rights by law.[3]