20 September 2007

The Hardest of Libs Tip Their Hands, Show They are OWNED by Move On

President Bush went off on the libtards today. He called it like it is, the most hardened of socialists, I mean Democrats, are terrified of MoveOn. He's totally right of course, and from here on out, in lame-duck status he's going to be doing all he can to call them out on the kind of crap these idiots pull. Why not, right? His endorsement isn't going to exactly be a golden ticket for anyone in our party since for 7 years he has faced an amazing amount of hate from the Left and Media and has stood tall, and that's a testament to his inner strength, anyone else who faced the kind of vitriol he has would have crumbled. From calling him a moron to a liar to Hitler to evil, etc, he's stood tall, truly an amazing feat. He has placed what he believed to be right above all else, even when he inflamed the base for things like Shamnesty, but you know what? I respect him for that. I really do. Knowing how the media and moonbats assaulted his character and were desperately trying to train wreck his presidency before he even took office, he still stuck to what he believed was the right thing to do even going against his base. Much respect. The money quote from today of course, which will go down as one of the greatest lines of his presidency went like this:

"I thought the ad was disgusting," Bush told reporters in the White House briefing room.

"I was disappointed that not more leaders in the Democrat party spoke out strongly against that kind of ad, and that leads me to come to this kind of conclusion: That most Democrats are afraid of irritating a left-wing group like MoveOn.org — are more afraid of irritating them — than they are of irritating the United States military. That was a sorry deal," the president said.

He's absolutely right of course. The ad was pathetic and simply un-American. Bush even said something to the effect that he doesn't care what they say about him but to go after a general with 30 years of experience is despicable. He's even more right that the Libtards are terrified of MoveOn. The hardest of Liberals refused to condemn the ad and stick up for Gen. Petraeus and the military. The usual bought-off, corrupt scumbags of course. Hillary leads the list as she is trying to placate the base, is the most corrupt campaign fundraiser in history, and her husband owes MoveOn his soul for saving his ass from being thrown out of office. The two morons from NJ of course backed MoveOn. Both PA Senators voted to condemn the ad. Maybe Sen. Casey may well be a respectable Democrat, much like his father. Who knows? Anyway, get the roll call and follow the outrage further over at Hot Air.

In the meantime, please feel free to follow Reid, Clinton, and the likes political objectives to that of Bin Laden. Yes, I question their patriotism.


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