Sour Grapes over Palin


Clearly the Rove strategists judged they needed this pick.
They told McCain she was the pick.
And he said: “Yes, sirs.”

Nevermind that he just spent the past month attacking his opponent for being “inexperienced” on foreign policy and national security affairs. An opponent who has been a US Senator and part of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affair, Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, and Senate Foreign Relations Committee for more than three years. Now Senator McCain has tapped for second in command a Governor of less than two years?

Clearly the Rove strategists judged they needed this pick.
They told McCain she was the pick.
And he said: “Yes, sirs.”

Talk about gutless…

Dan said this on August 29, 2008 at 1:37 pm

The above quote was posted as a comment on my previous post. I am only surprised that Dan is the only person to post a negative comment so far. But hey, what should we expect from a party that allowed itself to be over run by the political scraps left over from the “big 60’s Socialist and communist vanguard.”

When Teddy Kennedy began his personal campaign of smearing the opposition party using hand picked people from his personal allies with the “Watergate” scandal, he succeeded in two things. One, he prevented the continued success of our troops in Vietnam which eventually led to the loss of 2.5 million Vietnamese and Cambodians. Two, he successfully brought down the Nixon Presidency, thereby preventing his Vice President from running a successful bid and put the Democrats back into power in Washington in both the Congress and the White House.

With people like Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden publicly professing their Socialist ideology and pushing for America to move toward that end with communism as their long term goal, the left vanguard began to move its tentacles into every single one of the social and ethnic minority movements begun in America in the 60’s.

That movement lost its momentum after Vietnam. The big Socialist “coup d’etat” never happened. Americans still hated anything that in any way related to Communist dogma. So “political correctness” was born! Those behind the movement then began a very methodical and planned move against American Democracy. The Progressive Caucus was born in the minds of the members of a major Socialist organization at its national convention in Chicago in the 90’s.

Their goals were many. The infusion of Socialist doctrine was to be fed into American institutions from the lowest local levels to the very halls of Congress. Nancy Pelosi stands as a witness of the success of their efforts. The Socialist control of the Democratic Party through their control of party funding through the efforts of George Soros and his money and the network of 527’s in place when the new campaign finance law was passed by Congress helped cement the Socialist position in their effort to seize control in America.

One of the proteges of their movement, Hillary Clinton, worked for one of the most radical lawyers during the Watergate scandal. Why Hillary was passed over for Obama is any ones guess. Personally, I feel much of that had to do with their subsequent alliance with the radical Islamics in America and world wide in their joint efforts to destroy Democracy in America and throughout the world.

McCain chose Sarah Palin today as his running mate. Many women duped into supporting the lefts efforts to take the White House by Hillary’s rise to power and subsequent “fall from grace” will more than likely realign their support with McCain. Many Black female voters will also join in this voter migration.

No wonder Dan is singing the “sour grapes” song! My suggestion, if you want a Socialist nation, then go live in one. America will always be ruled “by the people, for the people, and of the people.” Democracy will always insure that spirit. The “silent majority” has awakened!

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~ by devildog6771 on August 29, 2008.

One Response to “Sour Grapes over Palin”

  1. […] Sour Grapes over PalinOne, he prevented the continued success of our troops in Vietnam which eventually led to the loss of 2.5 million Vietnamese and Cambodians. Two, he successfully brought down the Nixon Presidency, thereby preventing his Vice President … […]

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