Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Doom, Gloom, & Death Threats



I tried to discuss Joe Biden's truly weird "Mark my words, bad things are coming, and you'll think Obama is making the wrong decisions, but TRUST US and make your friends and neighbors do the same" speech last night. Not only did I get my head chewed off, I was accused of being a McCain supporter.

And that's just inside my own home, mind you.

While I've never been a Roger Simon fan, I noticed this morning that he's observing the same weird Obot behavior:


Democrats' gloom deepens


The Democrats are poised on the brink of victory. And they cannot stand it. The news is too good. Something has to go wrong.

On Saturday, Charlie Cook, an independent analyst and author of the Cook Report, wrote: “This election isn’t over, but it is looking very bad for Republicans — and seems to be getting worse.”

This plunged the Democrats into a deep gloom. Good news is always bad news for them. --snip--

Awful news. Obama has a money problem. And you know what it is? He might run out of time to spend all the money he has! Election Day might come and go before Obama can spend the $5 million a day he is now raising. (If this does happen, I suggest he borrow a page from Oprah and buy everyone in America a Pontiac. Just as a gesture.)

Obama himself has reacted to the dismal drumbeat of good news. At a fundraising concert in Manhattan last Thursday featuring Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel, Obama got up and said: “Don’t underestimate the capacity of Democrats to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. Don’t underestimate our ability to screw it up.”

Which is the prevailing mood in the top echelons of the Democratic Party right now.

Here's the sick and twisted truth about where I stand in this election: On one hand, I'm accused of supporting John McCain; one the other hand, someone named "Bloody Bill" posted this comment on my blog:




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Doom, gloom, and death threats.

Time for breakfast.




Number of days since Donna Brazile promised to leave the party if superdelegates decided the Dem nominee:







Donna has known for a long time now that superdelegates would be necessary for any Dem candidate to win the nomination this year. Ask Donna when she intends to keep her promise.
Don't hold your breath awaiting a reply.


Here's Donna now...



"For the great majority of mankind are satisfied with appearances, as though they were realities, and are often more influenced by the things that seem than by those that are."
-Niccolo Machiavelli (1469-1527)




Best bar bet in the world: Delilah didn't do it.
Judges 16:19-- and and

1 Comments:

Blogger Double Jointed Fingers said...

Delilah, report the Obot's threat to your internet service provider. Hate speech needs to be eradicated.

As for the home front, buy a baseball bat. I'm not saying you have to use it, but they'll think twice before chewing your head off. ;-)

6:22 PM  

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