By Jim Stanford on September 10, 2009
Tags: dick cheney, george w. bush, Iraq war
Chummy with Rummy: 935 falsehoods and counting.
Just making sure you’re still tuned in.
Ah, today’s GOP: first, the dripper, and now the heckler.
The hypocrisy of the right knows no bounds.
Posted under Politics, Republican Party
This one we can agree on. The speech was great and the right was flat out crazy and disrespectful. I have had it with the good old boys do what you have to to get reelected instead of helping this country which is dyer straights. I lean more to the right then the left on a lot of issues however I am running to the left more everyday. We really need a middle ground and fast. Why can I and many others see this but the fat cats smirking and whispering to each other in the joint session seem to have noooooooooooooo idea.
here, HERE !!! (and that’s no lie)
So, because Bush & Co lied, Obama should now be able to lie with impunity as well. Is that the secondary inference we are supposed to draw here?
Obama was telling the truth. If any of these buffoon Republicans like Joe Wilson had the balls to call BushCo. on even *one* of their hundreds of lies, we might not have pissed trillions of dollars into the Iraqi sand and could provide all our citizens with decent health care.
The bottom line is Obama may be wrong maybe he is maybe he is not, but I believe he really think he is doing the right thing and doing nothing is not an option. He is very smart and I will give him the benefit of the doubt. I am crazy over this and the schools not showing his speech it was flat out racists to the max. Name one other time a president was questioned about speaking to anyone in this country. PERIOD END OF STORY!!!!! The shit he has had to put up with is nuts
obama should of began his watered down version of a speech with the pledge of allegiance. would of earned some much needed points
D Sept 11 3:17 PM
How old are you?
There is not even a hint of racism.
How about this!