Saturday, January 26, 2008

The Political "Kiss Of Death"

This might help McCain with the Cuban vote in Miami but it guarantees he won't win Florida.
Thank you Mel! Play the video below of Tainted Love as we wave to the Amnesty Twins.


At 2:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We had a liberal judge in FL throw out the voter photo ID law that was going into effect on 1 January.

So now we'll have the illegal's voting for McCain in the primaires using their Sams club cards, and fake work badges. For the last couple years, they have been registering these people at the "Bravo" Spanish market next to Sports Authority on Colonial Rd.

The ones that registered Repulican, McCain is going to get their vote, for his amnesty bill.

Did you catch Giuliani on the news Friday night, addressing an all Cuban crowd in FL? He told a joke, not one of them understood what he said, and kept on with their blank stares...

If your not born on US soil, you should never be allowed to vote in this country, let alone hold office in the US House or Senate. We are being voted into another Third World Country, just like the one's these people migrated from.

Furthermore, a true war hero does not brag about their POW status, like I've been hearing McCain on his new ads. He is nothing more than another John Kerry, and will be brought down by the Vietnam Vets against John McCain, just like the swift boat vet's took down John Kerry. Mark my word, if he is the nominee.

At 7:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks like two Macaca's to me.


At 8:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Wanna be VP Florida Governor endorse's John McCain".

Sorry Charlie "myyy friend" I promised Lieberman the VP slot. Mel's gonna be my Secretary of Defense.. or Head of Homeland Security.. I'll find something you can handle though.. Appreciate your endorsement.

Si Pissoda!

Juan M.

At 8:29 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about adding a link to your Blogsite so we can keep track of our warrior on his march to the U.S. Presidency?

At 10:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I swallowed hard to vote for George Bush in 2000, to keep algore out of the White House. I swallowed again to vote for GB in 2004, to keep John Kerry out of the White House. Please don't ask me to vote for insane Mccain on 2008... I can't do it, anymore. 3 strikes and your out Republican party.

At 11:50 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now we know why there is a max exodus from Florida. Martinez, Crist, Bill Nelson (I had a phone poll asking what I thought of Nelson, so he must be on somebody's short list for Dem VP) I myself are fedup with the management of this state. I didn't vote for Martinez, Crist, nor Nelson, and I'm a registered Republican!. Now your aksing (ie: axe) me to support McCain? Who are you kidding????

At 8:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read the article in the Miami Herald about the Federal Judge delaying the voter photo ID law, to vote in Florida. In PA I have to show my drivers license to cash a check, get a library card; and a Federal judge deems it's discriminatory to require that to vote? I can't use my Sam's club card, or badge from work to cash a check? Who in the hell is being disinfranchised here??? The American voter in my opinion.

At 10:41 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Top 10 Reason's not to vote for temper tamtrum McCain.

A Top 10 List…

1) Defending His Amnesty Bill, Sen. McCain Lost His Temper And “Screamed, ‘F*ck You!’ At Texas Sen. John Cornyn” (R-TX). “Presidential hopeful John McCain - who has been dogged for years by questions about his volcanic temper - erupted in an angry, profanity-laced tirade at a fellow Republican senator, sources told The Post yesterday. In a heated dispute over immigration-law overhaul, McCain screamed, ‘F— you!’ at Texas Sen. John Cornyn, who had been raising concerns about the legislation. ‘This is chickens—stuff,’ McCain snapped at Cornyn, according to several people in the room off the Senate floor Thursday. ‘You’ve always been against this bill, and you’re just trying to derail it.’” (Charles Hurt, “Raising McCain,” New York Post, 5/19/07)

2)In 2000, Sen. McCain Ran An Attack Ad Comparing Then-Gov. George W. Bush To Bill Clinton. SEN. MCCAIN: “I guess it was bound to happen. Governor Bush’s campaign is getting desperate, with a negative ad about me. The fact is, I’ll use the surplus money to fix Social Security, cut your taxes and pay down the debt. Governor Bush uses all of the surplus for tax cuts, with not one new penny for Social Security or the debt. His ad twists the truth like Clinton. We’re all pretty tired of that. As president, I’ll be conservative and always tell you the truth. No matter what.” (McCain 2000, Campaign Ad, 2/9/00;

3) Sen. McCain Repeatedly Called Sen Domenici (R-NM) An “A**hole”, Causing A Fellow GOP Senator To Say, “I Didn’t Want This Guy Anywhere Near A Trigger.” “Why can’t McCain win the votes of his own colleagues? To explain, a Republican senator tells this story: at a GOP meeting last fall, McCain erupted out of the blue at the respected Budget Committee chairman, Pete Domenici, saying, ‘Only an a–hole would put together a budget like this.’ Offended, Domenici stood up and gave a dignified, restrained speech about how in all his years in the Senate, through many heated debates, no one had ever called him that. Another senator might have taken the moment to check his temper. But McCain went on: ‘I wouldn’t call you an a–hole unless you really were an a–hole.’ The Republican senator witnessing the scene had considered supporting McCain for president, but changed his mind. ‘I decided,’ the senator told Newsweek, ‘I didn’t want this guy anywhere near a trigger.’” (Evan Thomas, et al., “Senator Hothead,” Newsweek, 2/21/00)

4) Sen. McCain Had A Heated Exchange With Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) And Called Him A “F*cking Jerk.” “Senators are not used to having their intelligence or integrity challenged by another senator. ‘Are you calling me stupid?’ Sen. Chuck Grassley once inquired during a debate with McCain over the fate of the Vietnam MIAs, according to a source who was present. ‘No,’ replied McCain, ‘I’m calling you a f—ing jerk!’ (Grassley and McCain had no comment.)” (Evan Thomas, et al., “Senator Hothead,” Newsweek, 2/21/00)

5) In 1995, Sen. McCain Had A “Scuffle” With 92-Year-Old Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-SC) On The Senate Floor. “In January 1995, McCain was midway through an opening statement at a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing when chairman Strom Thurmond asked, ‘Is the senator about through?’ McCain glared at Thurmond, thanked him for his ‘courtesy’ (translation: buzz off), and continued on. McCain later confronted Thurmond on the Senate floor. A scuffle ensued, and the two didn’t part friends.” (Harry Jaffe, “Senator Hothead,” The Washingtonian, 2/97)

6) Sen. McCain Accused Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) Of The “Most Egregious Incident” Of Corruption He Had Seen In The Senate. “It escalated when McCain reiterated the charges Oct. 10 in a cross-examination, calling McConnell’s actions the ‘most egregious incident’ demonstrating the appearance of corruption he has ever seen in his Senate career.” (Amy Keller, “Attacks Escalate In Depositions,” Roll Call, 10/21/02)

7) Sen. McCain Attacked Christian Leaders And Republicans In A Blistering Speech During The 2000 Campaign. MCCAIN: “Unfortunately, Governor Bush is a Pat Robertson Republican who will lose to Al Gore. … The political tactics of division and slander are not our values… They are corrupting influences on religion and politics, and those who practice them in the name of religion or in the name of the Republican Party or in the name of America shame our faith, our party and our country. Neither party should be defined by pandering to the outer reaches of American politics and the agents of intolerance, whether they be Louis Farrakhan or Al Sharpton on the left, or Pat Robertson or Jerry Falwell on the right.” (Sen. John McCain, Remarks, Virginia Beach, VA, 2/28/00)

8) Sen. McCain Attacked Vice President Cheney. MCCAIN: “The president listened too much to the Vice President . . . Of course, the president bears the ultimate responsibility, but he was very badly served by both the Vice President and, most of all, the Secretary of Defense.” (Roger Simon, “McCain Bashes Cheney Over Iraq Policy,” The Politico, 1/24/07)

9) Celebrating His First Senate Election In 1986, Sen. McCain Screamed At And Harassed A Young Republican Volunteer. “It was election night 1986, and John McCain had just been elected to the U.S. Senate for the first time. Even so, he was not in a good mood. McCain was yelling at the top of his lungs and poking the chest of a young Republican volunteer who had set up a lectern that was too tall for the 5-foot-9 politician to be seen to advantage, according to a witness to the outburst. ‘Here this poor guy is thinking he has done a good job, and he gets a new butt ripped because McCain didn’t look good on television,’ Jon Hinz told a reporter Thursday. At the time, Hinz was executive director of the Arizona Republican Party. … Hinz said McCain’s treatment of the young campaign worker in 1986 troubled him for years. ‘There were an awful lot of people in the room,’ Hinz recalled. ‘You’d have to stick cotton in your ears not to hear it. He (McCain) was screaming at him, and he was red in the face. It wasn’t right, and I was very upset at him.’” (Kris Mayes and Charles Kelly, “Stories Surface On Senator’s Demeanor,” The Arizona Republic, 11/5/99)

10) Sen. McCain “Publicly Abused” Senator Richard Shelby (R-AL). “[McCain] noted his propensity for passion but insisted that he doesn’t ‘insult anybody or fly off the handle or anything like that.’ This is, quite simply, hogwash. McCain often insults people and flies off the handle…. There have been the many times McCain has called reporters ‘liars’ and ‘idiots’ when they have had the audacity to ask him unpleasant, but pertinent, questions. McCain once… publicly abused Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama.” (Editorial, “There’s Something About McCain,” The Austin American-Statesman, 1/24/07)

At 10:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Didn't seem like the kiss of death. Go back to selling vitamins.

At 9:06 AM, Blogger Pat Campbell said...

Dear Anonymous,

It's fun to snipe behind the cloak(of perceived) anonymity isn't it?

I must admit I grossly underestimated the gullibility of some republicans, like you, to be swayed by polls and endorsements. I also did not fully understand just how deep religious bigotry and intolerance goes in the Sunshine State when it comes to Mormons.


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