Smart Liberal and Female


McCain Likes the War, but McSame LOVES George Bush…
October 26, 2008, 8:51 pm
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Watch and see.   He’s a critic?  Man I wish that guy had graded my papers in college!  Or gave me my performance evaluations!!

It’s like watching a little kid with a daisy…he loves him, he loves him a lot, he loves him, he loves him a lot!

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Real New Yorkers Now?!?

Not lovin the Palin…or Angryman McSame.  Apparently McCain likes wealthy elitists enough to protect their tax breaks and take their campaign contributions, but when it comes time for interviews they become wealty elitist liberals?

HUH?

So Representative Pete King (Repubican from New York) says he wasn’t talking about “real New Yorkers”.

Okay seriously.  We are back to this shit.  So we’ve got Palin with “real Americans”.  Nancy Pfotenhauer from the McCain Campaign talks about “real Virginia”.  And now Congressman King seems to know “real New Yorkers”.

Now I don’t know about all of you, but I’m getting pretty confused.  Or maybe Sarah Palin, Nancy Pf-whatever her stupid name is, and Pete King are confused.

You know who I love?  Chuck Schumer.  Big kudos to Senator Schumer for calling their ignorant asses out.

I’m wondering if when we kick your asses on November 4th, you’ll be seeing and feeling how REAL we are!!!

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/2008/10/23/2008-10-23_john_mccain_calls_new_yorkers_elitists_d.html



“I Love Being the Underdog”

Okay.  Uh…what’s he gonna say?  I love getting my ass whooped by Barack Obama?  I’m old and I know this is my last chance to run for President…nah, I’m not bitter?  Losing is a great time?

Seriously, if Senator McCain loved being the underdog he’d focus on why he was the best qualified rather than attacking Obama the way he has been.  Or maybe that’s why he likes being the underdog, he gets to be as ugly and as hateful as he wants. 

Or as I go out there for good reasons to be an underdog…Palin claims of being a pitbull make him feel left out…he too wants a dog reference.

http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/10/19/campaign.wrap/index.html



McCain: Bush but Worse
October 18, 2008, 8:41 am
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This ad cracked me up; the first, second, and third time I watched it!  I’m still chuckling as I think about it.

Okay, I went back to wach one more time.  It’s still funny!



John McCain and His Anti-Woman Stances…

I’ve copied and pasted an email I got from Planned Parenthood.  Now I could go on and on about the great things PP does for women – birth control, testing, counselling…okay okay you get it as my kid would say! 

Take a minute to read how our not so good friend has been screwing us in the Senate.  I think the only thing extreme about women’s health care right now is how little John McSame has done for it.

 

Dear Alyssa,

I about fell out of my chair when I heard John McCain say this during the presidential debate last night:

“Just again, the example of the eloquence of Sen. Obama. He’s ‘health for the mother.’ You know, that’s been stretched by the pro-abortion movement in America to mean almost anything. That’s the extreme pro-abortion position, quote, ‘health.'”
— Sen. John McCain, during presidential debate

Since when did women’s health become extreme?

What’s really extreme here is that John McCain doesn’t understand that women’s health matters.

What John McCain said last night, in front of millions of viewers, was belittling to women. He not only mocked Barack Obama for supporting women’s health, he mocked women across the country. The debate last night was just the most vivid example of what we’ve known all along: John McCain is out of touch on women’s health.

The simple fact is that we need a president who wants to protect and promote women’s health, not ridicule it. If John McCain doesn’t understand that, then he’s not prepared to govern this country.

Remember, this is not the only example where John McCain doesn’t get it when it comes to women’s health.

Just a couple months back, McCain had the deer-in-the-headlights look, and couldn’t answer whether he thought it was fair that insurance companies that cover Viagra should also cover birth control.

And, remember the time when McCain was asked whether he thought condoms helped stopped the spread of HIV? McCain’s response, “You’ve stumped me.”

And there’s more. Let’s count the ways that John McCain is out of touch on women’s health and women’s rights:

He’s voted 125 times against women’s health.
He wants to overturn Roe v. Wade.
He opposes funding to prevent unintended and teen pregnancies.
He opposes requiring health care plans to cover birth control.
He opposes equal pay legislation, saying it wouldn’t do “anything to help the rights of women.”
He’s proposed a health care plan that will be worse for women.
Barack Obama, on the other hand, gets it. Obama talked about commonsense proposals to prevent unintended pregnancy. He talked about a woman, along with her family and her doctor, deciding what is best for her health care.

The simple fact is that Barack Obama is a passionate advocate for women’s rights, and has a long and consistent record of standing up for women’s health care. As president, he will improve access to quality health care for women, support and protect a woman’s right to choose, support comprehensive sex education to keep our young people healthy and safe, and invest in prevention programs, including family planning services and breast cancer screenings.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Women voting for John McCain is like chickens voting for Col. Sanders.

Watch McCain’s statement during the debate here.

Please stay involved:

Send a voter-to-voter note right now. Take two minutes, right now, to write a short personal note to an undecided voter about why a McCain/Palin administration would be disastrous for women’s health — we’ll get to work on delivering it for you! Not sure how to get started? Don’t worry, we’ve got a sample note for you to use.

 

This weekend is our big push for on-the-ground volunteers. Join us in your own community to educate voters during our Mobilization Weekend.

 

Help us continue to educate voters in battleground states about how out of touch Sen. McCain and Gov. Palin are on issues that matter to women. Watch our video, make a donation, and pass it on!

Forward this email to everyone you know who cares about women’s health.
Thank you again.
Cecile Richards, President
Planned Parenthood Action Fund



Seriously a Good Time
October 16, 2008, 9:24 pm
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Cartoonist has a good time on John McCain.  If you are at work…turn down the volume of your computer!

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/opinions/cartoonsandvideos/telnaes/telnaes_main.html?hpid=opinionsbox1



Inciting Hate and Fear…

or Desperate Actions from a Sinking Campaign?

Well I’ve been watching Sarah Palin try to rally the Republican base.  I’m pretty sure that’s why John McCain picked her in the first place.  It wasn’t because she’s a seasoned thoughtful leader.  If that had been the goal I can think of three Republican women that would’ve been picked:  Elizabeth Dole, Kay Baily Hutchinson, or even Christine Todd Whitman…I’m sure there are many more.  Atleast I hope the Republican party has better women than Sarah Palin.

What I’ve watched with interest is this woman (I’m not sure we really want to claim her but I guess we have to) incite a campaign based on fear and hate.  Why?  Is she unable to motivate people with her leadership ideas and style?  She can’t seem to answer questions.  She doesn’t appear to read.  I do know she’s from Alaska…I wonder if she’s aware there are 49 other states in this union…but whatever…  We also know she knows how to abuse power and twist the truth.

Is John McCain too old, too crazy, and too tired to do the same?  Or has he been hijacked by a insidious attack dog?  Why has the campaign become so focused on in-sighting the crazies?  Where are the truly moderate Republicans?  Are they disgusted? 

I do not believe Congressman Lewis went to far.  I think the time is now to just say what’s been hinted at by the Vice Presidential Candidate herself.  You don’t look like “us” and your name is a little bit “suspicious”.  So we’ll wage a campaign that makes Americans wonder if you are “American enough” for them!

Now McCain is claiming Lewis has gone too far.  ARE YOU KIDDING ME?  You start it, and you can’t seem to finish it.  Shame Shame John McSame, we know your name and your game.  I for one am not buying it, not even for a nano second.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20081012/ap_on_el_pr/mccain_lewis;_ylt=AtEKf43qRlNGTj3sWM2s..Yb.3QA




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