* * * An Open Letter To Senator John McCain, (Idiot), AZ * * *
You’re an Idiot. Shut Up and Go Home already.
I don’t suppose I have to tell you that you weren’t my first choice for President. I would have rather Fred Thompson been the nominee. Failing that, Mitt Romeny had the experience, intellect, and ethics I could support. But you ended up being the Republican nominee, so I supported you. In the words of Ronald Reagan, “Thou shalt not speak evil of another Republican.” And I didn’t.
But during the Immigration Bill debate, you publicly cursed out my Senator and called him a “chickensh*t” whn he disagreed with you. You voted for the Bailout bills — not once, but twice, John — Twice! They have no conditions on them. They have no accountability to the taxpayer, John. Hello?
Where the hell’s my money, John?
And now we’re seeing you meeting with Obama trying to work together. Work together? Are you SERIOUS? Hello, McFly???
John, These people don’t even get along with each other:
Former Democratic President Jimmy Carter appeared to greet former Republican President George H.W. Bush and his wife warmly, kissing Barbara Bush on the cheek. But as Carter passed fellow Democrats Bill and Hillary Clinton, the two men did not appear to acknowledge each others presence at all. Relations between the Carters and the Clintons have reportedly been frosty for years, dating back to 1980, when Carter’s landslide defeat to Ronald Reagan may have cost Clinton the Arkansas governor’s mansion.
In the 90s Clinton was said to resent some of Carter’s freelance diplomacy. Carter, for his part, spared no criticism of Clinton during the Monica Lewinsky scandal. Recently, during a photo opportunity at the Oval Office, following a lunch with Barack Obama and the ex-Presidents, Clinton and Carter stood next to one another, but miles apart.
These are the people who catcalled and mocked George Bush at the Obama Inauguration – and Obama didn’t say a word, did he?
The crowd packed on the west side of the Capitol grounds serenaded President Bush in mocking fashion when he took to the inaugural stage alongside Vice President Dick Cheney.
“Nah nah nah nah, hey hey, good-bye,” a section of the crowd chanted.
The crowd packed immediately below the podium received Bush in stony silence when he took his seat on the stage surrounding the podium where Barack Obama was scheduled to take the oath office to become the 44th president of the United States.
The jeers are among the final public feedback Bush will receive as president.
These are the hateful leftiststhat think this is a GOOD Prayer:
Reverend Joseph Lowery — who used his benediction, to ask God for this:
“We ask you to help us work for that day
when black will not be asked to give back,
when brown can stick around,
when yellow will be mellow,
when the red man can get ahead, man,
and when white will embrace what is right.”
Even at the inauguration of a black president, we are being called racist.
I agree. The Native American and white parts of my heritage are deeply offended by this theoretical poem. My wife, who is black, is frankly apalled.
Swear to God; An *Actual* photo from the Inauguration. Classy.
These people don’t want to work with you, Senator. They are laughing at you. They’re mocking you. They are calling you names, like they are calling us all names.
You still want to work with them? Be my guest — bu t just don’t call yourself a Republican, John. The rest of us — the Conservatives in the Republican Party – just wish you’d get out of the way so that the damage is minimized.
The honeymoon’s already over, Senator. Wake up already.
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