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(in-ep-toc'-ra-cy) - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.

Thursday, March 27, 2008

Demorat Chumps

Not unlike the recent lies issuing forth from Barack Hussein Obama in re "not knowing" the true nature of his anti-American and racist pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, it now emerges that three Demorat congressmen took a trip to Iraq in 2002, in order to "stop the war," the trip being financed by none other than Saddam Hussein via CAIR out of Michigan.

Let's be plain and up front: Barack Hussein Obama isn't stupid, and I'll wager the three involved Congressmen, Demorat Representatives Jim McDermott of Washington, David Bonior of Michigan and Mike Thompson of California are not either.

Barack Hussein Obama disavows knowing the true nature of Rev. Wright. BHO isn't stupid, therefore he is a liar.

Here comes the bleating disclaimer from today's Congressmen:

Obviously we didn't know it at the time," McDermott spokesman Michael DeCesare said Wednesday. "The trip was to see the plight of the Iraqi children. That's the only reason we went."

WASHINGTON (AP) - Saddam Hussein's intelligence agency secretly financed a trip to Iraq for three U.S. lawmakers during the run-up to the U.S.-led invasion, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.

An indictment unsealed in Detroit accuses Muthanna Al-Hanooti, a member of a Michigan nonprofit group, of arranging for three members of Congress to travel to Iraq in October 2002 at the behest of Saddam's regime. Prosecutors say Iraqi intelligence officials paid for the trip through an intermediary.

At the time, the Bush administration was trying to persuade Congress to authorize military action against Iraq.

Shall we examine this for just a moment?

Hmm. Let's see. The Weekly Standard had this to say way back in October of 2002, about the Baghdad Democrats:

IT'S A RARE POLITICAL MOMENT when Terry McAuliffe says no comment. Yet McAuliffe, the garrulous chairman of the Democratic National Committee, said just that last Wednesday at the Brookings Institution after a speech by Al Gore. Asked about the trip to Baghdad taken by three of his fellow partisans--Representatives David Bonior, Jim McDermott, and Mike Thompson--McAuliffe was nonplussed.

Further, Bonier was on record back then, during the trip, as burping out the standard Demorat bleat: "War is not the answer." Excuse me; what was the question?

Were these Congressdupes taking the trip to truly examine "the plight of the Iraqi children," or were they simply taking the juvenile steps to accommodate their previously-held beliefs on a junket pre-paid?

Again, they would have us believe:

  • Post- 9/11
  • Trip to Iraq
  • By Demorats
  • With pre-held anti-war views
  • Funded by CAIR
  • From Michigan

Huh. Which part of any of that computes to "we had no idea what we were doing or who was behind it?"

As I said: either stupid or liars.

And they're not stupid.

You can readily do the math.


Please see the above picture of another useful idiot and dupe.


Blogger Jenn of the Jungle said...

Chumps, yup, that about sums them up.

Hey I got the Geertz Wilder film on my blog. Check it out.

Thu Mar 27, 01:42:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...



Thu Mar 27, 01:47:00 PM PDT  
Blogger shoprat said...

Nothing surprises me when it comes to politicians thinking that all of the people are dumb. They can't fool all of the people but they home to fool a slim majority so they can win.

Thu Mar 27, 07:45:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Gayle said...

Liars for sure, BZ, because like you said, they aren't stupid. The problem is that they believe we are!

Michael Moore is indeed disgusting, both in character and appearance. I don't like judging people on their appearance but it still appears to me that he looks on the outside like he is on the inside. Character flaws must indeed sometimes manifest themselves physically.

Fri Mar 28, 08:40:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Dee said...

I love that cartoon, I've already used it twice.

Mon Mar 31, 06:24:00 AM PDT  

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