Thursday, October 16, 2008

Post Debate Observation

That was a debate?

Only from the Reich Wing and corporate media lackeys are intelligent, thoughtful, eloquently reasoned statements deemed negative.

The McMedia pundits were all excited about proclaiming McNasty's anger "winning" debate points. Facts had no place in their judgment. And that's the direction they tilt the viewers.

Reasonable and thoughtful people are not the ones the media and Republicans are spinning.

Really, now. What does it say about Poor Johnny McBush when his big line for the entire debate was, "I'm NOT George Bush,"?

If only Obama would have replied, "Well, John, at least you're not George Bush 10% of the time."

Meanwhile at McAngry’s post debate rally, he enlightened the crowd of Joe Sixpacks about his 96 year old mother.

She flew over to Paris for a little Christmas holiday tour, like most of our parents always like to do that time of year.

She was denied a car rental because of her age. Hmm. I wonder why they’d do that?

Anyway, McMomma showed them Frenchies what an average regular American Granny Sixpack would do. She went and bought a NEW CAR for herself.

Ha! Take that you liberal elitists!


jmsjoin said...

I'm telling you, you always have these great observations and sayings that I wish Obama or his handlers would think of.
27% more people thought Obama won it and he did for what it is worth. Obama is the man but is still absolutely 100% expect them to steal another or worse. They will not let this go now!

Anyway I wish someone on MSM would have picked up on McAssholes Mother! I am sick of him using his 96 year old Mother to make people think he is going to live forever.
Not that guy but the hateful little bastard will live long enough to make our future more miserable than Bush has! Man I am reduced to just shaking my head again!

NorthCountryLiberal said...

Letting a 96 year old drive, like letting a clueless air head be VP, is just more evidence that McCain's judgement is not sound enough to be President.

So, She bought a car and drove illegally. A real ancient maverick.

jmsjoin said...

Hey Dave! Taking a break from packing up so I thought I would see what's new and say hi hope all is well!

jmsjoin said...

What do you think about Powell's endorsement? A game changer? Another nail in McCain's coffin?

Dave Dubya said...

As Powell put it, the republican party has moved too far to the right.

When will voters understand that?

jmsjoin said...

Powell was right on! They have gone too far to the right and they are not going to take a left turn now! How they will continue this scary agenda is the scary question.

Wally da Weasel said...

I don't know where the Republican party has moved, but it sure as hell ain't on this planet.

Brother Tim said to tell you we got something special for you at our pkace.

Rick Janes said...

Dave Dubya, the good news is that the public didn't buy McNasty's performance; in fact, they were laughing at him.

"Undecideds Laughing At, Not With, McCain"
Amy Sullivan
TIME’s Swampland blog
October 17, 2008

"In politics it is generally not considered a good sign when voters are laughing at you, not with you. And by the end of the third and last presidential debate, the undecided voters who had gathered in Denver for Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg's focus group were 'audibly snickering' at John McCain's grimaces, eye-bulging, and repeated references to 'Joe the Plumber.'

"The group of 50 uncommitted voters should have at least been receptive to McCain; Republicans and Independents outnumbered Democrats in the group by almost 4 to 1, and they started the evening with much warmer responses to McCain than to his Democratic opponent, Barack Obama. But by the time it was all over, so few of them had declared their support for McCain that there weren't enough for Greenberg to separate them into a post-debate focus group. Meanwhile, the Obama supporters had to assemble in two different rooms to keep their discussion groups manageable."

I just read that McCain can really only count on about eight states and 38 electoral votes according to the current map. Happy days may be here again.

Dave Dubya said...


Thanks. Colorado may prove to be the clincher.

Let's go for the landslide, just to be sure.

Daisy said...

Another great rant... check my site and John Petty Barlow's rant, who reminds me of you! :)

Daisy said...

That should say John PERRY Barlow.

This is what happens when some of us attempt typing in the dark! :P

Middle Ditch said...

As I am always seeing you at Jim, I thought it to be about time to visit you.

96 eh?

Good age!

Dave Dubya said...

Hi, Daisy.
Thanks. It's good to have bright people like JPB on our side.

Dave Dubya said...

Middle Ditch,

How delightful for you to drop by!

If only we all would have the money to buy a new car at age 96.