1. 3

    Puddybud, Hey it's the New Year... spews:

    We wait for Pelletizer to break the thread then it’s open season. At least my find was Obama based Steve.

  2. 8

    steve spews:

    From that article:

    “All that’s fine, except why was no one allowed to talk much about it before he snagged the Electoral College majority?”

    The article talks about Obama’s father and the Muslim faith he abandoned, as well as Obama’s childhood and grade school education in a Muslim country. It talks about how this was hands off during the campaign.

    I believe the manner in which many of the opposition brought this up during the campaign was both misleading and hateful. It was often used to infer that Obama himself was a Muslim, perhaps even a terrorist, which was in particular beyond the pale. Many of the gullible fell for it, hook, line and sinker. Witness that old lady at the McCain event that got so much media play, afraid of the Arab terrorist candidate. McCain’s response to her was one of his finer moments of the campaign.

  3. 9

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Hey, I wanna thank you pukes for helping us kick a Democrat out of office for corruption. It’s probably the last time we’re gonna get any bipartisan cooperation from the Goatfuckers Obscene Party.

  4. 10

    steve spews:

    Blago. Good riddance to him. Now if only the mayor of Portland would just quit and go away it’d be good riddance to him as well.

  5. 12

    steve spews:


    So true. However, now that they’re out of power and increasingly irrelevant, there’s no harm in discussing Dems who suck.

  6. 13

    Right Stuff spews:

    I read this article today, interesting read.

    One paragraph really says it all in my opinion.

    “The Keeling curve showed a steady rise in CO2 in atmosphere during the period since oil and coal were discovered and used by man. As of today, carbon dioxide has increased from 215 to 385 parts per million. But, despite the increases, it is still only a trace gas in the atmosphere. While the increase is real, the percentage of the atmosphere that is CO2 remains tiny, about .41 hundredths of one percent.”

    IMO we all need to be good stewards of our home. Al Gore has made his $100M, he can now go off into the sunset. Even he is off the “Global Warming” and into “climate change”

    If the USA get into the cap and trade business and “Carbon Offsets”, I know what business I’m going to open……I’ll call it the CCC, Carbon Credit Card, then you can charge your way into carbon footprint heaven, guilt free, and I’ll get a bailout!

  7. 14

    steve spews:

    Could there have been a worse face to put on that issue than Al Gore? I suppose so, but I can’t think of one.

  8. 16

    YellowPup spews:

    Reuters is reporting today that in order to get the banks relieved of the crushing bad debt, the total cost to the government would be $4 trillion, or the cost of 8 Iraq Wars (so far), on top of the actual Iraq War, Afghanistan, and the rising costs of the rest of the Bush legacy.

    If such a sum of money could even be borrowed, how would the government be able to afford anything other than interest payments for the next 1000 years?

    How many steps away (nuclear holocaust notwithstanding) are we from becoming a permanent Road Warrior film?

  9. 17


    Right now I’m watching white liberal parents on KING 5 news screaming about how the black head of the Seattle School district is racist!


  10. 18

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @11 You’re mistaken. My head isn’t up your ass. I couldn’t put it there even if I wanted to because your ass is full. Your head is in it.

  11. 19

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @12 That’s the difference between us and them. The GOP response to corruption in their own party is to sweep it under the rug, stonewall journalists, violate FISA, and put Doc Hastings in charge of making sure the House Ethics Committee doesn’t investigate any Republicans. The Democratic response is the throw them out of office, throw them out of our party, and prosecute them to the full extent of the law. Voters like the Democratic approach better than the Republican approach. That’s why we won the White House, won control of both houses of Congress, won the governor’s race, and won both houses of the Legislature.

  12. 20

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    The local Fox channel, KCPQ-13, reported on their 10:00 PM broadcast tonight that the Seattle Times may file for bankruptcy.

    Does this mean the Blethen family, owners of the west coast’s largest independent buggywhip factory, aren’t worth $450 million anymore?

  13. 21

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    The Seattle Times story originated with the Newspaper Guild union, which warned its members to brace themselves for a possible Chapter 11 filing at the Times. It is a lead-pipe cinch that management is using fears of a possible filing to wring concessions from union members, including a pension freeze. However, it’s probably true that the newspaper is struggling financially — I mean, what newspaper isn’t, these days? I was thinking the other day about the hapless students enrolled in our state’s journalism schools — how are they going to make a living? In the future, journalists will have to be self-employed entrepreneurs who know how to squeeze a living from internet enterprises.

  14. 22

    SeattleJew spews:

    Death with Dignity

    I attended a packed meeting at the UW where two attorneys, one an ethicist as well, discussed the issues on how to implement the law.

    I was impressed with the serious thought going into how to deal with this.

    The presentations and discussions were impressive. Reoigious issues were addressed carefully as were practical issues.

    It seemed to me that that the DwD crowd. including the vocal proponents from the HA crew, has lost interest in their measure. Noone seem d to be present from that community thoughobviously the staff present included people who support I-1000.

    Two folks from the opposition were there.

    A number of issues were raised :

    1. Each physician and each hospital needs to decide whether to opt in or opt out. St Joseph’s in Everett has voted to opt out, meaning that the prescription can not be made in that hospital.

    2. A medical examiner expressed concern that the law is in conflict with his procedures. The law makes the assertion that the cause of death is the disease diagnosed by the physician in contradiction to the standards expected of the ME.

    3. Because of privacy provisions, not be able to determine if the suicide was actually murder. The panel discussed whether this may be covered by Health Dept. regulations but the lawyers said no, the law does not permit the Health rule on this issue.

    4. The number of palliative narcotic uses in Oregon far exceeds the number of people using the DwD Act, and it is assumed the same will be true here.

    5. Concern was expressed about the pharmacology of the cocktail dictated by the act. Unlike the drugs usually used to palliate pain during one’s last days, the DwD cocktail is not a pain killer. This approach has risks that would be inappropriate in a hospital.

    6. A DwD opponent attorney raised the issue for the coroner of how, with record, he could distinguish voluntary death from homicide. The attorneys said they assumed few relatives would have reason to take the life of a termially ill person. The DwD opponents argued that this law could beciome an excuse for murder.

    7. I asked about the issue of I-1000 making the far more common practice of palliative pain relief illegal. The attorneys thought this would not happen unless some I-1000 opponent made a test case. Franjkly, given the number of Catholics concerned about the law, I would be willing to bet that some doctort WILL be charged with murder for NOT complying with I-1000.

    8. The HMO issue was raised as well, “What happens when an HMO refuses to pay for life extending drugs, as is now the case in England, but will pay for a DWD. suicide? No one could answer this question.

    Bottom Line

    I was proud of the obvious concern with ethics. I also feel that it is terrible that the proponents of this thing are not helping to see that it is implemented in a rational manner.

  15. 23

    mark spews:

    Awww, before you know it she’ll have short hair, two last names, and fourteen abortions.
    They grow up so fast.

  16. 24

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @23 “They grow up so fast.”

    I appreciate why someone who never grew up at all might be a tad jealous.

  17. 27

    WeBentOverTheGOP spews:

    That AWOL, coke-snorting, draft-dodging, drunk-driving asshole George Bush decided to leave us with one more gift.

    BREAKING NEWS: U.S. GDP shrinks at 3.8 percent pace in Q4, worst showing in quarter-century.

    Way to go Monkeyface – you singlehandedly managed to take the best economy in the world to the toilet. Be sure to put a plaque in your “library” (like you ever read a fucking book in your life you ignorant idiot) and proudly tell future generations that you ruined our country.

    God I wish there was a way to legally prosecute this piece of shit!

    At least we punished his supporters on Nov 4 by bending them over and fucking them in the ass.

  18. 29

    correctnotright spews:

    The real news:

    The Bush economy was even worse than was thought. Remember, the republicans kept parroting the same line throughout the election in the summer and the early fall – the economy was “sound”. I would not trust that group to clean my windshield (“oh, the windshield is fine, all that dirt means that it is working well….”)

    Most companies are reporting huge losses and are cutting back…except for a few companies vigorously supported by the republicans who manage to make record amounts of money, even whenthe price of their commodity has dropped by over 50%:

    Another fun republican liar and thief in the news:

    Former Oregon Rep. Wes Cooley was indicted Thursday on federal money laundering and tax charges.
    Prosecutors said the indictment is related to an investment fraud scheme that bilked victims out of more than $10 million.

    Cooley, a Republican who represented Oregon’s 2nd District in Congress from 1995-1997, now lives in Palm Springs.

    Cooley is one of the brightest republican lights from Oregon – he lied about his military record (he falsely claimed to be a Korean vet), his marriage date (he was getting illegal benefits from his wife’s former husband)and his academic record (former Phi beta liar). Oh yeah, he was big in the republican party for property rights and lower taxes. Typical republican CROOK.

  19. 30

    Have You Hugged Your Crackpiper Today? spews:

    One HA alumnus has MovedOn and made good. The sharks reported this week that Piper, who grew gills and evolved himself out of the HA cesspool, went on to better things: getting himself dinked in Olympia.

    That’s way better in all ways than staying here and getting dinked by Rad Dyke Rabbit. It’s also very good for Lee. If Lee ever gets off drugs, he can go back to what he’s very very good at, stalking Piper.

    Every day and in every way Mr. Scott’s liberation from HA is a happy happy joy joy win win for bagpipes everywhere.

  20. 31

    Gorebasm spews:

    ‘I can’t believe we’re still discussing global warming. Isn’t the debate over on that?’

    – Stephanie Miller, this morning

    Miller’s sock puppet Jim Ward conceded that climate’s a tad cyclical, but conceded nothing about modern man killing the climate and the planet. Point well-made by liberal New Yorker Elizabeth Kolbert of the liberal New Yorker, and point well-taken by every UW student who was required to read Kolbert’s book as part of a common-pool commune immersion in leftist brainwashing.

    Comrades!, explained President Mark Emmert. “Welcome to the University of Washington! … This year all of our entering freshmen are expected to read (Kolbert’s) Field Notes from a Catastrophe …”! Then President Mark took your money to buy Kolbert’s book by the truckload for a campus where diversity runs the gamut from far left to farther left.

    But go to page 50 of Kolbert, and here’s what you see: a graph that Weird Al Gore would love showing an armageddon spike in Greenland temperature, a spike that began with the Industrial CO2 Revolution. In other words, the spike spikes 8000 years ago.

    Much of what is known about the earth’s climate over the last hundred thousand years comes from ice cores drilled in central Greenland … Where once the (climate) system was thought to change, as it were, only glacially, now it is known to be capable of sudden and unpredictable reversals (such as the reversal that suddendly appeared) roughly 12,800 years ago. At that point the earth, which had been warming rapidly, was plunged back into ice age conditions. It remained frigid for twelve centuries and then warmed again, even more abruptly. In Greenland, average annual temperatures shot up by nearly twenty degrees in a single decade. …

    The record preserved in the Greenland ice sheet shows that our own relatively static experience of climate is actually what is exceptional. … (A)verage temperatures in Greenland frequently shot up, or down, by ten degrees … Nobody knows what caused the sudden climate shifts of the past …

    Yep, debates over, just like Miller and Gore said. Too bad knuckle-dragging science-hating conservatives don’t get it, but UW does, thanks to your generosity.

    (Text from pages 50, 51, and 56 of the special taxpaid propaganda edition of Field Notes. No violence was done to Kolbert’s context in the making of this polemic.)

  21. 32

    Blowing Third-hand Smoke spews:

    We Earth huggers don’t insist that President Obama save Holy Mother Earth by turning down the “White” House to Jimmy-Carter frigidity, we only observe that he doesn’t. Hey, if he wants to kill the planet by burning enough fossil fuel to fuel a Mauna Loa lava flow, that’s his business, business as usual.

  22. 33

    Homo Economicus spews:

    The real news is that the booming Bush economy scored a win for 2008, growth of almost 2%. That’s a useful datum that you and everybody else should cite when deploring the dismal last quarter.

    Wanna bet that Monkeyface Bush beat Chimpface Gregoire? The only thing she grew was tax-free gambling on the Res.

  23. 34

    Yes He Can! spews:

    So President Obama, least clownish of the thousand clowns running for president in 2007 and 2008, hates the planet.

    And he’s pushing a Howie Dean Pork Sausage stimulus package after promising to eviscerate earmarks.

    And he emplants a lobbyist in DOD after promising to banish lobbyists from his most ethical administration ever.

    And he hires a tax gangsta to run IRS.

    And he dumped the Religious Wright after saying that Wright was no more expendable than Obama’s grandmother, a typical white person.

    And he reversed field on so many promises and postures that Krauthammer called him the second coming of Bush’s third term.

    Other than that …

  24. 35

    HNMT Hearts YLB spews:

    A special shout-out to YLB, who’s enjoying an all-expenses-paid vacation at Western State where he went for a little TLC and a lot of ECT. Like I said, little buddy, enjoy your well-deserved time off, and leave the archival bottom feeding to adults like Rabbit, a self-hating goat, and His Holiness, ecumenical dumpster diver Pope Richard Pope.

  25. 36

    Blowing Third-Hand Smoke spews:

    (Whacked again … ? And about Engineer Lee, would you want this man designing your Bridge to Nowhere?)

  26. 37

    Puddybud, Hey it's the New Year... spews:

    #35: Electroconvulsive therapy for HAs clueless idiot? Tooooooo dammmmmmmmmn funnnnnnnnnnnnny!

    Teach, I have a small question…? Doesn’t that require a “brain”? Even a tiny one? Well it’s missing. When you look into that eye all you see is a flashing neon light in the left “Vacancy” and the right one “I love to watch porn”.

  27. 38

    Puddybud, Hey it's the New Year... spews:

    Gaza victims describe Hamas human shield use.

    What? This just can’t be. Hamas friends of HA leftist ignorant pinheads would never do that…

  28. 39

    A Valentine 4 Puddy spews:

    URL re Rush and P.J. O’Rourke.

    What was conjecture back then is now blindingly obvious: Rush is way beyond diminishing returns.

    I know why El Rushbo was needed and necessary. He blew open the Big Media monopoly of CBS/NBS/ABS. But now he’s mired in his own BS … more of his busy broadcast day goes to beating up us than beating up them … not that we don’t deserve a beating.

    But we already got that at least twice, 2006 and 2008, and not because of a Big Media conspiracy. We got beat because of us and because of Rush.

    Let him retire to Club Gitmo with his gear or to Oxycontin Beach with his $600,000,000. If he retires himself, then maybe the rest of us can pull ourselves together.

  29. 40

    Mark1 spews:

    What, no thread on the ousting of corrupt Illinois democratic Governor Blago? Oh, that’s right, when a liberal gets caught you people ignore things. Typical leftist chickenshits. That’s the party of “change” for ya!

  30. 41

    & spews:

    Have too many principles and too many typos to be a Teach: Harry Reed = Harry Reid, Cornel = Cornell, etc., etc.

    But you, Sir, on the other hand, are a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path, raising us up and leading us in the way we should go. With all due respect, Sir, this could be our finest hour. It is an honor and a pleasure to serve at your command, but I’m getting real tired of waiting for my hazardous duty pay. Checks better be in the mail before they stop delivering mail.

  31. 42

    Puddybud, Hey it's the New Year... spews:

    Valentine: Interesting article. So O’Rourke disagreed with Limbaugh once. Big deal. He said Michael Moore won’t convince someone otherwise either. But Rush has many Moore listeners.

  32. 43

    Puddybud, Hey it's the New Year... spews:

    Lehman Bros: gave big bucks to Obama and other Donkey. So why is George over Lehman Bros?

    Lehman Brothers Executives, CEO Richard Fuld ($2,300), President Joseph Gregory ($4,600) and dozens of other top Lehman Executives gave big bucks by themselves. And now there is screaming and teeth gnashing…

    Let me postulate something else – direct Lehman Brothers contributions exceeded $395,000 for Preznit Obama.

  33. 44

    Steve spews:

    @40 Delusional, as usual. There’s been plenty of ragging on Blago on left-wing blogs and by leftist commenters, including here. I just bid him a good fucking riddance yesterday. You’re just not paying attention, Mark, or rather, you ignore an obvious reality so you can indulge in yet another wing-nut whining session (Don’t you ever tire of that? Where’s your fucking dignity?). Besides that, we’re still waiting for you to condemn the hundreds of Republican crooks, skanks, pedos and pervs who’ve been busted over the last eight years. Although it’s not like anybody expects to hear a peep out of you. Hell will freeze over before we hear you condemn a Republican. We all understand that for you “it’s OK if you’re a Republican”.

  34. 45

    HA Hazardous Duty Pay spews:

    Rush & Rabbit Redux, a novel by John Updike: PJ saw some writing on the wall, that’s all.

    Hate to take away from our Blago moment, but ‘Crats are very good at shaking off inconvenient liars and inconvenient truths. Shed ‘em like last week’s fashions and move on. We, however, wear our embarassments like we wear every square inch of our glorious naked bodies.

    Speaking of dead men talking, Rush spewed that Republicans lost last year because we abandoned The Proven Limbaugh Formula for Success. The conservative formula that worked for us in 1980 and 1994. The two elections we won because we were running against Democrat failure (unlike, say, 2008, in which we were running against Limbaugh Republican failure.)

    The people love this man, Rush said about Bush in 2004. The people are with this man, Rush said about Bush after Katrina. The people, Rush thinks, will fall in behind Rush in the no-win war he’s declared on Obama.

    No, they won’t. Obama is attractive. Rush is increasingly repulsive. Like Michael Moore, but many Moore voters are voting now with Moore than with Rush.

    Their Big Guy is on a roll. His whole and wholly goofy agenda is going through. Our Big Buy is on the floor, overdue for a time-out in the corner and for cranial liposuction.

  35. 47

    Puddybud, Hey it's the New Year... spews:

    @46: You put a face “This is you.” to that fool known as ylb. Look into that left eye and see the similarity. Wow ylb you got some big ears. I guess they’re that big to catch the balance of your morning daily kooks man-juice drink.

  36. 48

    Iraq Attack spews:

    (Not to be confused with photo of GWB standing between Obama and Clinton that HA identified as being between Barack and a hard place.)

    Last week’s TNR had some strange words: we might be able to achieve a decorous departure from Iraq. Who could have seen that happening, before Geriatric John McCain’s surge?

    Still, Peter Galbraith in his book, Unintended Consequences, is probably right. These are the likely consequences of Iraq:

    – The war to destroy Saddam’s WMD put Iran and N. Korea much closer to theirs.
    – War to fight terror has emboldened and helped terrorists.
    – A war for freedom and democracy now has us aligned with Shia theocrats and unreconstructed Baathists. A war intended to put Iran in its place has given Iran almost unprecedented power, and has put Iran in Iraq’s dominant position.
    – A war for Middle East democracy has set it back.
    – A war to bolster Islamic moderates has unleashed extreme hatred of U.S. in moderate Turkey.
    – A war to help Israel and tamp down Syria was had the opposite result.
    – A war meant to display our seamless power has shown our limits and deficiencies. A war meant to pump up our prestige has driven our global prestige to new lows.
    – A war meant to consolidate GOP power has put Dems in charge.
    – A war intended to make us more sucure has made us less secure.

    Other than that, what’s not to like?

  37. 49

    ByeByeGOP spews:

    Why are blacks like Puffybutt and that liar Michael Steele so full of self-loathing? Oreos are not well liked in their own communities. They are rejects at home and abroad. It must be a lonely life to be a black right wing looooser backing a loooosing party that just got laughed out of office!

  38. 50

    Manic Recession spews:

    Yo! Steve!

    No idea what the final answer is to our dueling footnotes and anecdotes about FDR and Depression 1.0.

    Persistent unemployment through eight New Deal years is explained in part by PWA/WPA/CCC employment not being counted as employment. But, like now, the stat also understated the problem. Chronics dropped off then, as they do now, not getting counted at all. Unemployment then usually meant total loss of household income. Now unemployment may cut household income from two earners to one, although ‘none’ is again coming up fast on the inside.

    FDR’s 15% unemployment is certainly prettier than Hoover’s 25%, but there’s a good case that the Hoover-FDR New Deal prolonged depression and unemployment. There’s a good case also that FDR’s New Deal saved capitalism from itself, which sounds eerily like Bush and Paulson’s rationale for throwing money by the truckload at our problems last fall.

    My best guess is that the “made things worse” argument wins for FDR’s New Deal and for Bush’s Raw Deal. Unlike 1933 and 2008, Big Government took very small steps in dealing with a catastrophic economic collapse in 1921-1922. The result was rapid recovery, but trying to argue these things by analogy is deadly.

    So, brother, can you paradigm?

  39. 51

    Paradigm Shiftless spews:

    @ 43: Wasn’t it droll today to hear a left-wing whiner whining about greedy conservative capitalists at Citi. Maybe there are GCCs at Citi, but there is certainly a greedtard who was exalted as a Clintonista superstar.

    How’s that fat cat Robert Rubin working out for you donks? (Hope it’s working better than my suggestion a year ago that Bush hire Rubin to whip our economy into shape.)

  40. 52

    Puddybud, Hey it's the New Year... spews:

    Looks like the welfare state has returned under Obama:

    Page 354 Section 2101. 1996 Welfare Reform has died…

    looks like Pelletizer gets his guvmint cheeze wiz.

    Didn’t Preznit Obama claim he was gonna change how guvmint works? Yet he’s already given a pass to his lobbyist rule three times. Who’s gonna choke on all that pork?

  41. 53

    WatchManOnThe Wall spews:

    More Lies, More deception.
    The big mack daddy played his party well now they are playing him.He is such a puppet.All this, just to save our economy,PLEAAASE.When I see His lips move all I hear is blah blah blah blah lie.And then the dems have a praise party.
    Well he might speak eloquently,
    Lies will always be found out.

    “We Will Ban All Earmarks In The Recovery Package.”
    – Barack Obama, Press Conference, 1/6/09

    Here are just six points in the bill:

    $20 million “for the removal of small- to medium-sized fish passage barriers.” (Pg. 45 of Senate Appropriations Committee report: “20,000,000 for the removal of small- to medium-sized fish passage barriers)

    $400 million for STD prevention (Pg. 60 of Senate Appropriations Committee report: “CDC estimates that a proximately 19 million new STD infections occur annually in the United States …The Committee has included $400,000,000 for testing and prevention of these conditions.”)

    $25 million to rehabilitate off-roading (ATV) trails (Pg. 45 of Senate Appropriations Committee report: “$25,000,000 is for recreation maintenance, especially for rehabilitation of off-road vehicle routes, and $20,000,000 is for trail maintenance and restoration”)

    $34 million to remodel the Department of Commerce HQ (Pg. 15 of Senate Appropriations Committee report: $34,000,000 for the Department of Commerce renovation and modernization”)

    $70 million to “Support Supercomputing Activities” for climate research (Pgs. 14-15 of Senate Appropriations Committee Report: $70,000,000 is directed to specifically support supercomputing activities, especially as they relate to climate research)

    $150 million for honey bee insurance (Pg. 102 of Senate Appropriations Committee report: “The Secretary shall use up to $ 50,000,000 per year, and $150,000,000 in the case of 2009, from the Trust Fund to provide emergency relief to eligible producers of livestock, honey bees, and farm-raised fish to aid in the reduction of losses due to disease, adverse weather, or other conditions, such as blizzards and wildfires, as determined by the Secretary”)

  42. 54

    WatchManOnThe Wall spews:

    @48 Whats not to like about this? In fact, more terrorist attacks occurred on Clinton’s watch, both inside and outside of U.S. borders, than during any other presidential administration in U.S. history:

    — The 1993 World Trade Center bombing that killed 6 and injured 1,000
    — The 1993 Mogadishu firefight that killed 18 U.S. soldiers
    — The 1995 Oklahoma City terrorist attack on the federal building by American extremists that killed 168, wounding several hundred others
    — The 1995 Saudi Arabia car bomb that killed 5 U.S. military personnel
    — The 1996 Khobal Towers bombing that killed 19 U.S. soldiers, wounding 515
    — The 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa that killed 231 citizens, 12 Americans and injured 5,000
    — The 2000 USS Cole attack in Yemen that killed 17 U.S. sailors, wounding 39

    With each terrorist attack, Clinton went before the American people and promised that “those responsible would be hunted down and punished.” However, we now know that nothing came of Clinton’s empty promises but spineless, politically driven, Wag-the-Dog diversions.

    In all – including Clinton’s culpability in opening the door to Sept. 11, 2001 when he turned down three offers to have Osama bin Laden arrested as well as several other deliberate national security bungles – global terrorists murdered over 3,000 of our own citizens (which includes the Sept. 11 atrocities) during the Clinton-Gore years.

    With the willing assistance of the leftist media, Clinton and his willing derelicts have the innocent blood of over 3,000 of our citizens on their hands. It’s time they be held accountable for the real reason we had to win a just war – and why we had to fight the enemies Clinton refused to conquer.

    Shortly after the devastation of Sept. 11, 2001, in his typical defiant mode, Clinton blamed America for the Sept. 11 attacks. Clinton claimed that Sept. 11 happened because America mistreated Native Americans and slaves “when we looked the other way,” and “are still paying a price.”

    No, the price we are still paying is eight years of Clinton holding this nation hostage because he chose to look the other way by not stopping terrorism, which could have prevented the Sept. 11 atrocities from ever happening.

    In the end, Clinton had the opportunity to stave off the bloodshed of September 11 but didn’t, which will always and forever be his ultimate legacy

  43. 55

    WatchManOnThe Wall spews:

    You Mr bentover you need to do some research cause you are full of crap.
    Your constant blathering is very funny.

    You only Know what your left wing liberal media puts on tv.

    This country isn’t near as bad as it was in 1982.
    We can,t tax tax and spend spend on your big mack daddy’s recovery plan and expect anything but more government handouts.More government period.

    He is waisting this countries time and money,Trying to make people think,this is the worst recession in history.It has been much worse.

    He is a worthless excuse for a human being.TRYING TO BUILD HIMSELF UP USING FEAR!!!

    If you think you mean a thing to him, I am laughing at you. He Just used people like you to get him where he is.

    The dems have put children in 5 gallon buckets in abortion clinics that would have had more sense than you do.

    Get over it, He aint nuthin special! Oh thats right he won. WOOOO HOOOOOOOO Go mack daddy!!!!