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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, April 03, 2008

Clinton Says:

Obama is a lost cause.

Quote from the New York Post, uttered by Sen. Clinton (to Bill Richardson):

He cannot win, Bill. He cannot win," she said, according to a report by ABC News.

Really?

What do you think?


BZ

7 Comments:

Blogger Mark said...

I'm completely unimpressed by the three of them. as to who is worse than whom? I guess that's what this election is all about, isn't it? guess who can cause the least amount of damage?.....um... i'm thinkin.......

Thu Apr 03, 09:26:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Bloviating Zeppelin said...

That's essentially "it."

BZ

Thu Apr 03, 11:55:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Gayle said...

I'd like to know what her tone of voice was when she said that. Was it a firm "he cannot win, Bill. He cannot win!" or was it a whiny "He cannot win, Bill. He cannot win" implying that if Obama wins her life will become something too horrible to contemplate? Tone of voice is everything and I'm really curious, because right now it looks like Obama is beating her.

Thu Apr 03, 12:56:00 PM PDT  
Blogger cary said...

Doesn't matter which of them gets the nomination.

If the DemocRATs take the election, the country is in for a bumpy ride.

Thu Apr 03, 01:42:00 PM PDT  
Blogger shoprat said...

If either of them win America is a lost cause.

Thu Apr 03, 07:20:00 PM PDT  
Blogger TexasFred said...

If ANY of em win we're in for a bumpy ride, and yes, 1 of them WILL win...

If it comes down to Obama and McCain, I WILL support McCain, not because I like him or even think he's a good choice, I don't, I just hate Obama THAT much...

If it's Hillary and McCain, I do a write in and the chips can fall where they may...

If I was a Dem, I'd support Hillary over Obama, she may be full of shit, but not as much as Obama...

I had a personal message earlier telling me how much they agreed with my Obama post and we were discussing Obama as the Anti-Christ, and I can't help but wonder, the charisma, the charm, the oratory skills, hell, that son of a bitch would make a great used car salesman, but I digress, IF he gets shot in the head and walks away, we'll ALL know, and yeah, I DO believe in prophecy...

Thu Apr 03, 09:22:00 PM PDT  
Blogger A Jacksonian said...

Do you want increased government and taxation? All the major candidates do!

Do you want increased regulation of the environment and stopping 'global warming'? All three are signed up to that!

Do you want increased regulation of firearms? Each of these have supported that!

Do you want government to increase interference in the 'health care system', which is already far too expensive? Why, yes, each of these are all on board with that!

Do you want to see illegal immigrants given a 'path to citizenship' and *nothing* done about shoring up our national security? Why, all three of those support that!

How about supporting endless 'peacekeeping missions' to help install Islamic Fundamentalism in Europe? Yes, all three have supported that, too!

How about having the President give up the power that has been vested in the office since Washington on addressing Private War? Oh, all three want that, too!

Which do you prefer: class divisions, racial divisions or gender divisions? You have your CHOICE coming up, best choose soon.

How about having contacts with high level, international organized crime? Oh, they all have *that* in their resume... so very lucky we are!

Yes indeedy, it is such a lovely choice of which divisive form of socialism we will get with the next President that one can barely make out the differences between them.... do you want it bitchy, saccharine or grumpy? Trotsky, Lenin or Stalin! Maybe throw in a dash of Mao, Castro and the ne'er-do-well doctor Che. A dash of Patrice Lumumbu, some Pol Pot vinegar and some essence of Tito to round it off. Just with a toned down, homestyle, US touch to them.... with some of the scolding character of Woodrow Wilson, the belief in government do-goodism of FDR and the belief in the collective of LBJ. All of it updated to the 1970's! Bless their National Socialist little hearts.

Which is least bad?

Dunno, they all march to the same drummer and from the same camp, you can't really figure out if the left or right exit is better... because the camp, itself, is horrific.

America: looking so hard to solve the 'insoluble social problems' of the 1970's that the 21st century will come back on us and hard. Why are all these 'forward looking' individuals staring deep into the 20th century that brought us the horrors of National and International Socialism for solutions in those two things?

This government does not represent me nor most of the Nation any more... yet the idea of increased taxes... hmmmmm... what was that founding rallying cry?

'No taxation without representation.'

Remember it.

Remember it well.

Fri Apr 04, 05:56:00 AM PDT  

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