Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Duplicity

I remember the knot in my stomach nearly four years ago when we all watched on TV as rabid power hungry democratic lawyers tried to steal the election. They whined of "disenfranchisement" while doing everything they could to make sure that the only votes disenfranchised were votes for President Bush and that the only votes counted (again) were votes for Algore.

Now, the demoncrats have sued Florida to keep Ralph Nader off the ballot in that state. Once again, the duplicitous dems want everyone's vote to count, as long is it's the vote they want you to cast.



Along the same lines, I'm getting tired of hearing the dems complain about the whole "exporting jobs" issue. First of all, I'd like to know what ScaryKerry has done during his time in the Senate to keep jobs in the U.S. Anyone? Hello? Anyone at all?
(crickets chirping)

Actually, I think it's better that Kerry has done nothing to try to keep jobs from going overseas ... I just think it odd that once again he's trying to make a campaign issue out of an area he is less than strong in himself. Of course, in typical duplicitous fashion, the Kerry camp is running that advertisement on TV that shows the poor old hunched over liver spotted man with the speech articulation problem complaining about not being allowed to buy his medication cheaper from Canada.

Let me get this straight ... we need to do everything we can to keep UAW jobs here in the United States ... but it's perfectly alright to export the jobs of chemists and pharmacologists to Canada?

As usual, the position of the leftists can't hold up to even the slightest scrutiny.

2 Comments:

At September 9, 2004 8:39 PM, joem said...

Yes, the hypocrisy of it all, you're dead on! I'm with you. I think the tax policy of giving cutbacks to the richest Americans is a good thing; those lefties have it dead wrong (what else is new) when they talk about equal treatment for all economic classes, especially "working" (code word!) folks. Beyond that, how dare they say that Republicans who actually hate Nader are duplicitous by trying to get Nader on the ballot! That makes no sense!

 
At September 9, 2004 8:50 PM, ewtotel said...

Run your posts past a fact checker... every American has received tax relief under the Bush Administration's plan. Wealthy people pay 90% of the taxes paid in this country ... money that is forcibly taken from the rich is redistributed for your liberal social programs.

As soon as the "gimmie" class outnumbers the "producing" class, you will have your socialist utopia ... and a ruined America.

Republicans don't want Nader on the ballot ... most of us don't even want him in the country. But he has a right to be there. It's simply ironic to see your "party of the people" doing everything they can to keep the people from choosing who they want to vote for. Republicans didn't sue to keep that little goofball Perot off ballots...

 

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