Friday, June 12, 2009

"Don't you talk to those people,

WE will see it as a hostile act!"
Top aides to Senate Finance Chairman Max Baucus (D-Mont.) called a last-minute, pre-emptive strike on Wednesday with a group of prominent Democratic lobbyists, warning them to advise their clients not to attend a meeting with Senate Republicans set for Thursday.

Russell Sullivan, the top staffer on Finance, and Jon Selib, Baucus’ chief of staff, met with a bloc of more than 20 contract lobbyists, including several former Baucus aides.

“They said, ‘Republicans are having this meeting and you need to let all of your clients know if they have someone there, that will be viewed as a hostile act,’” said a Democratic lobbyist who attended the meeting.

“Going to the Republican meeting will say, ‘I’m interested in working with Republicans to stop health care reform,’” the lobbyist added
Hey, Montana, you need to have words with Baucus; he seems to think threatening people to help Obama take over health care is part of his job.

Hope! Change! Threats if you don't go along; it's the Chicago Way! And the Evil Party just doesn't seem to have any tolerance for somone disagreeing, do they?

And let's not forget Obama's speech the other day of "I don't want to run things! I'm too busy! I don't want the government running things!" Flat-out lies, and he expects people to believe them.

Of course, he has all that enthusiastic belief of his mistakes or lies(take your pick) about the mideast, so I guess he expects everyone to believe everything he says:
In the recent Cairo speech, Obama's historical allusions were even more suspect. Almost every one of his references was either misleading or incomplete. He suggested that today's Middle East tension was fed by the legacy of European colonialism and the Cold War that had reduced nations to proxies.

But the great colonizers of the Middle East were the Ottoman Muslims, who for centuries ruled with an iron fist. The 20th-century movements of Baathism, Pan-Arabism and Nasserism — largely homegrown totalitarian ideologies — did far more damage over the last half-century to the Middle East than the legacy of European colonialism.

Obama also claimed that "Islam … carried the light of learning through so many centuries, paving the way for Europe's Renaissance and Enlightenment." While medieval Islamic culture was impressive and ensured the survival of a few classical texts — often through the agency of Arabic-speaking Christians — it had little to do with the European rediscovery of classical Greek and Latin values. Europeans, Chinese and Hindus, not Muslims, invented most of the breakthroughs Obama credited to Islamic innovation...

Obama also insisted that "Islam has a proud tradition of tolerance. We see it in the history of Andalusia and Cordoba during the Inquisition." Yet the Spanish Inquisition began in 1478; by then Cordoba had long been re-conquered by Spanish Christians, and was governed as a staunchly Christian city.

In reference to Iraq, President Obama promised that "no system of government can or should be imposed upon one nation by any other." Is he unaware of how the United States imposed democracies after World War II?

Hopey!! Changey!!! And screw Israel!!!!

And, just to add to the glisten on his halo, Pres. B. Hussein Cartman Obama wants to can an inspector general for actually doing his job. I guess this fits with Pelosi's Most Ethical Congress EVAH!


the pistolero said...

Hopey!! Changey!!! And screw Israel!!!!...
Yes, indeed. We're going to pay dearly for that, and we're going to deserve it.

Anonymous said...


It happened after World War I, too. Just ask Germany how they felt about the Versailles Treaty. Not that I am taking up for Germany and the idiot with the funky mustache who took special offense to that Treaty when he nominated himself as PieceofshitDictator. I'm just pointing out that Mr. HopeIcanfooleveryone probably doesn't know much about History at all. I agree with you there.

Windy Wilson said...

All he knows about History is that was the class in which he was trying to convince the brunette to go out with him. The nuances of history are as lost on him as they are on my dog.
"I don't want to run things! I'm too busy! I don't want the government running things!
(but if you are persuasive I could be convinced to run things)"
And as to that last, it all depends on what your definition of ethical is.

Anonymous said...


I can see it now: Obama sitting in the office saying to himself, "Was THAT History class? I seem to recall something about days gone by....I was just trying to get the babe. Oh, well...I've got things to do, people to screw over, and many guns to take away."

Firehand said...

I get the feeling at times that the only 'history' he considers worthy of consideration is that he's making.