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xcptnlxcptnl Posts: 15,678Registered Users
OMG - poor Elisabeth cannot move past that Obama was on the same freaking committee as Ayers and they might have been in the same room. I think this is the only thing she can think of as to why she does not like him so she is a freaking broken record. I tune into the View just to watch the others tear her down and watch her roll her eyes and pout. It's entertaining in a track-wreck sorta way.
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  • yagottaloveyacurlsyagottaloveyacurls Posts: 5,766Registered Users
    xcptnl, What the hell's a track-wreck?:scratch:







    :evil4:
  • CurlyGina2CurlyGina2 Posts: 1,048Registered Users
    WHY doesn't the woman just join Fox News already????
  • fraufrau Posts: 6,130Registered Users
    lol, a track-wreck. we're going to have to use that around here.
  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    Hasselbeck is definitely posturing herself to get her own Fox show. She, and her ilk, are actually doing Obama a favor by focusing on these "terrorist" stories instead of focusing on the real issues. The stories haven't gotten any legs with anyone with half a brain, and it just turns them off of McCain even more. So...thanks Elizabeth!
  • fraufrau Posts: 6,130Registered Users
    rcw! lol @ your avatar. will you be so kind and tell me why you chose it. i know your political views so this should be entertaining. :happy1:
  • xcptnlxcptnl Posts: 15,678Registered Users
    xcptnl, What the hell's a track-wreck?:scratch:







    :evil4:

    :toothy10: - a track-wreck is when the track you are on ends up with a train and they wreck. I thought everyone knew THAT. :wink: Can you tell I was all in a tizzy when I typed that??
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  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    frau wrote: »
    rcw! lol @ your avatar. will you be so kind and tell me why you chose it. i know your political views so this should be entertaining. :happy1:



    Doggonit, I'm just tryin' to annoy the helluvya with my constant winkin' so you'll vote for Obama. You betcha. ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)
  • JosephineJosephine Posts: 14,175Registered Users
    God that woman is so damn annoying. She definitely belongs on fox, next to oreilly. She makes him look less annoying.
  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    Glen Beck, who had a lunatic right-wing commentary show on CNNHeadline News is moving to Fox News. He belongs there. Eventually, maybe we can get all the jack*sses over at Fox and then tune them out.
  • wavezncurlzwavezncurlz Posts: 1,814Registered Users
    Glen Beck, who had a lunatic right-wing commentary show on CNNHeadline News is moving to Fox News. He belongs there. Eventually, maybe we can get all the *******es over at Fox and then tune them out.

    I noticed that. I always wondered why he was on CNN?

    Did you hear that McCain's top strategists are trying to get him to bring up Rev Wright again? Because of John Lewis' comments - makes no sense..

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  • JosephineJosephine Posts: 14,175Registered Users
    Glen Beck, who had a lunatic right-wing commentary show on CNNHeadline News is moving to Fox News. He belongs there. Eventually, maybe we can get all the *******es over at Fox and then tune them out.

    Yes, him too..annoying as hell.
  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    Did you hear that McCain's top strategists are trying to get him to bring up Rev Wright again? Because of John Lewis' comments - makes no sense..

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    At this point, the McCain camp continuing it's ridiculous rantings might actually be helping Obama. The more they continue the hate campaign, the less the talk about the real issues, and the more the American people dismiss them as whackjob Rovians and tune them out.
  • CottonCandyCurlsCottonCandyCurls Posts: 344Registered Users
    Did you hear that McCain's top strategists are trying to get him to bring up Rev Wright again? Because of John Lewis' comments - makes no sense..

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    At this point, the McCain camp continuing it's ridiculous rantings might actually be helping Obama. The more they continue the hate campaign, the less the talk about the real issues, and the more the American people dismiss them as whackjob Rovians and tune them out.

    I don't necessarily think they'll dismiss them as Rovian whackjobs. Last time I checked Rove was pretty darn effective.
  • wavezncurlzwavezncurlz Posts: 1,814Registered Users
    Did you hear that McCain's top strategists are trying to get him to bring up Rev Wright again? Because of John Lewis' comments - makes no sense..

    /home/leaving?target=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.huffingtonpost.com%2F2008%2F10%2F20%2Frick-davis-were-rethinkin_n_136173.html" class="Popup


    At this point, the McCain camp continuing it's ridiculous rantings might actually be helping Obama. The more they continue the hate campaign, the less the talk about the real issues, and the more the American people dismiss them as whackjob Rovians and tune them out.

    I don't necessarily think they'll dismiss them as Rovian whackjobs. Last time I checked Rove was pretty darn effective.

    Wackjobs can still be effective.
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  • PoodleheadPoodlehead Posts: 6,959Registered Users
    Did you hear that McCain's top strategists are trying to get him to bring up Rev Wright again? Because of John Lewis' comments - makes no sense..

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    At this point, the McCain camp continuing it's ridiculous rantings might actually be helping Obama. The more they continue the hate campaign, the less the talk about the real issues, and the more the American people dismiss them as whackjob Rovians and tune them out.

    I don't necessarily think they'll dismiss them as Rovian whackjobs. Last time I checked Rove was pretty darn effective.
    Michele Bachmann from Minnesota railed about how un-American Obama is (Colin Powell actually referenced her in his endorsement).

    Her opponent can now afford TV spots, thanks to that HUGE mis-step. People are sitting up and taking notice.

    Article.
    Minneapolis, MN
  • SpringcurlSpringcurl Posts: 8,002Registered Users
    Poodlehead wrote: »


    At this point, the McCain camp continuing it's ridiculous rantings might actually be helping Obama. The more they continue the hate campaign, the less the talk about the real issues, and the more the American people dismiss them as whackjob Rovians and tune them out.

    I don't necessarily think they'll dismiss them as Rovian whackjobs. Last time I checked Rove was pretty darn effective.
    Michele Bachmann from Minnesota railed about how un-American Obama is (Colin Powell actually referenced her in his endorsement).

    Her opponent can now afford TV spots, thanks to that HUGE mis-step. People are sitting up and taking notice.

    Well, that's been their strategy all along, hasn't it? Portray people as un-American. I am very pleased that the press-- who for the past 8 years has given the Bush administration a free pass-- is finally started to question some of this stuff.
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  • hadtochangemynamehadtochangemyname Posts: 628Registered Users


    At this point, the McCain camp continuing it's ridiculous rantings might actually be helping Obama. The more they continue the hate campaign, the less the talk about the real issues, and the more the American people dismiss them as whackjob Rovians and tune them out.

    I don't necessarily think they'll dismiss them as Rovian whackjobs. Last time I checked Rove was pretty darn effective.

    Wackjobs can still be effective.

    Especially with other whackjobs.
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  • CottonCandyCurlsCottonCandyCurls Posts: 344Registered Users
    Poodlehead wrote: »


    At this point, the McCain camp continuing it's ridiculous rantings might actually be helping Obama. The more they continue the hate campaign, the less the talk about the real issues, and the more the American people dismiss them as whackjob Rovians and tune them out.

    I don't necessarily think they'll dismiss them as Rovian whackjobs. Last time I checked Rove was pretty darn effective.
    Michele Bachmann from Minnesota railed about how un-American Obama is (Colin Powell actually referenced her in his endorsement).

    Her opponent can now afford TV spots, thanks to that HUGE mis-step. People are sitting up and taking notice.

    Powell may make people who already like Obama happy. I don't know what he really does for independents. After Iraq I've tuned the man out. I don't think endorsements add up as much as people think. But Colin Powell is a black liberal Republican. The perception is already out there that black people are voting for him because he's black. This seems like more of a big deal for the media and the campaigns. Translating into votes, we'll see.
  • wavezncurlzwavezncurlz Posts: 1,814Registered Users
    Poodlehead wrote: »

    I don't necessarily think they'll dismiss them as Rovian whackjobs. Last time I checked Rove was pretty darn effective.
    Michele Bachmann from Minnesota railed about how un-American Obama is (Colin Powell actually referenced her in his endorsement).

    Her opponent can now afford TV spots, thanks to that HUGE mis-step. People are sitting up and taking notice.

    Powell may make people who already like Obama happy. I don't know what he really does for independents. After Iraq I've tuned the man out. I don't think endorsements add up as much as people think. But Colin Powell is a black liberal Republican. The perception is already out there that black people are voting for him because he's black. This seems like more of a big deal for the media and the campaigns. Translating into votes, we'll see.

    UGH!!! This perception disrespects Colin Powell and all other black people who have weighed all factors when deciding on thier candidate of choice!

    I NEVER hear any black people railing "insert white important figure" is only endorsing "insert white candidate" because he's white. Never.enters. their.mind.

    Get this and listen well - black people are just as capable of making decisions that have nothing to do with race. Really, we do.
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  • medussamedussa Posts: 12,993Registered Users
    Poodlehead wrote: »
    Michele Bachmann from Minnesota railed about how un-American Obama is (Colin Powell actually referenced her in his endorsement).

    Her opponent can now afford TV spots, thanks to that HUGE mis-step. People are sitting up and taking notice.

    Powell may make people who already like Obama happy. I don't know what he really does for independents. After Iraq I've tuned the man out. I don't think endorsements add up as much as people think. But Colin Powell is a black liberal Republican. The perception is already out there that black people are voting for him because he's black. This seems like more of a big deal for the media and the campaigns. Translating into votes, we'll see.

    UGH!!! This perception disrespects Colin Powell and all other black people who have weighed all factors when deciding on thier candidate of choice!

    I NEVER hear any black people railing "insert white important figure" is only endorsing "insert white candidate" because he's white. Never.enters. their.mind.

    Get this and listen well - black people are just as capable of making decisions that have nothing to do with race. Really, we do.

    Thank you.
  • SpringcurlSpringcurl Posts: 8,002Registered Users
    medussa wrote: »

    Powell may make people who already like Obama happy. I don't know what he really does for independents. After Iraq I've tuned the man out. I don't think endorsements add up as much as people think. But Colin Powell is a black liberal Republican. The perception is already out there that black people are voting for him because he's black. This seems like more of a big deal for the media and the campaigns. Translating into votes, we'll see.

    UGH!!! This perception disrespects Colin Powell and all other black people who have weighed all factors when deciding on thier candidate of choice!

    I NEVER hear any black people railing "insert white important figure" is only endorsing "insert white candidate" because he's white. Never.enters. their.mind.

    Get this and listen well - black people are just as capable of making decisions that have nothing to do with race. Really, we do.

    Thank you.

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  • CottonCandyCurlsCottonCandyCurls Posts: 344Registered Users
    Poodlehead wrote: »
    Michele Bachmann from Minnesota railed about how un-American Obama is (Colin Powell actually referenced her in his endorsement).

    Her opponent can now afford TV spots, thanks to that HUGE mis-step. People are sitting up and taking notice.

    Powell may make people who already like Obama happy. I don't know what he really does for independents. After Iraq I've tuned the man out. I don't think endorsements add up as much as people think. But Colin Powell is a black liberal Republican. The perception is already out there that black people are voting for him because he's black. This seems like more of a big deal for the media and the campaigns. Translating into votes, we'll see.

    UGH!!! This perception disrespects Colin Powell and all other black people who have weighed all factors when deciding on thier candidate of choice!

    I NEVER hear any black people railing "insert white important figure" is only endorsing "insert white candidate" because he's white. Never.enters. their.mind.

    Get this and listen well - black people are just as capable of making decisions that have nothing to do with race. Really, we do.

    Okay there really is no reason to be condescending. At no point did I ever say black people were voting for him just because he's black. I just said that this is the perception out there. Like many things in life how we are perceived is extremely important whether anyone likes it or not. And that effects how people interpret the endorsement. Can you name any candidate getting 95% of a demographic?
  • journotravelerjournotraveler Posts: 2,816Registered Users
    Springcurl wrote: »
    medussa wrote: »

    UGH!!! This perception disrespects Colin Powell and all other black people who have weighed all factors when deciding on thier candidate of choice!

    I NEVER hear any black people railing "insert white important figure" is only endorsing "insert white candidate" because he's white. Never.enters. their.mind.

    Get this and listen well - black people are just as capable of making decisions that have nothing to do with race. Really, we do.

    Thank you.

    I second that emotion.

    i third it...
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  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    Did you hear that McCain's top strategists are trying to get him to bring up Rev Wright again? Because of John Lewis' comments - makes no sense..

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    At this point, the McCain camp continuing it's ridiculous rantings might actually be helping Obama. The more they continue the hate campaign, the less the talk about the real issues, and the more the American people dismiss them as whackjob Rovians and tune them out.

    I don't necessarily think they'll dismiss them as Rovian whackjobs. Last time I checked Rove was pretty darn effective.


    No. Rove-politics worked great in 2000 and 2004. Americans are wise to it now, and they are mightily turned off to the Rovian hate politics and voter-fraud-shenanigans.
  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    Poodlehead wrote: »


    At this point, the McCain camp continuing it's ridiculous rantings might actually be helping Obama. The more they continue the hate campaign, the less the talk about the real issues, and the more the American people dismiss them as whackjob Rovians and tune them out.

    I don't necessarily think they'll dismiss them as Rovian whackjobs. Last time I checked Rove was pretty darn effective.
    Michele Bachmann from Minnesota railed about how un-American Obama is (Colin Powell actually referenced her in his endorsement).

    Her opponent can now afford TV spots, thanks to that HUGE mis-step. People are sitting up and taking notice.

    Article.



    Nobody ever heard of Minnesota Democrat challenger Elwyn Tinklenberg (no, I didn't make that name up...best name I've heard in years), but he now has $750M in campaign donations that he didn't have before that McCarthy-ist Michele Bachmann opened her hate-spewing-mouth on Friday, AND Elwyn will probably beat the pants off her, in a solidly Republican area where he wouldn't have had a shot in hell. People hate McCarthyism. Hate it.

    So, keep it up Rovians. You're only helping Obama. The more hate you spew, the higher Obama goes in the polls.
  • wavezncurlzwavezncurlz Posts: 1,814Registered Users

    Powell may make people who already like Obama happy. I don't know what he really does for independents. After Iraq I've tuned the man out. I don't think endorsements add up as much as people think. But Colin Powell is a black liberal Republican. The perception is already out there that black people are voting for him because he's black. This seems like more of a big deal for the media and the campaigns. Translating into votes, we'll see.

    UGH!!! This perception disrespects Colin Powell and all other black people who have weighed all factors when deciding on thier candidate of choice!

    I NEVER hear any black people railing "insert white important figure" is only endorsing "insert white candidate" because he's white. Never.enters. their.mind.

    Get this and listen well - black people are just as capable of making decisions that have nothing to do with race. Really, we do.

    Okay there really is no reason to be condescending. At no point did I ever say black people were voting for him just because he's black. I just said that this is the perception out there. Like many things in life how we are perceived is extremely important whether anyone likes it or not. And that effects how people interpret the endorsement. Can you name any candidate getting 95% of a demographic?

    Um, blacks have overwhelmingly voted for the Democratic party. Until this year, the candidate has always been white. Barack is the Democratic candidate this year and he happens to be bi-racial. I'm sorry - Your statement makes no sense.
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  • yagottaloveyacurlsyagottaloveyacurls Posts: 5,766Registered Users
    Springcurl wrote: »
    medussa wrote: »

    Thank you.

    I second that emotion.

    i third it...


    I fourth it.
    (unless we're past 4 now, I don't know..I didn't scroll all the way down.)
  • alacurlalacurl Posts: 1,193Registered Users
    Nobody ever heard of Minnesota Democrat challenger Elwyn Tinklenberg (no, I didn't make that name up...best name I've heard in years), but he now has $750M in campaign donations that he didn't have before that McCarthy-ist Michele Bachmann opened her hate-spewing-mouth on Friday, AND Elwyn will probably beat the pants off her, in a solidly Republican area where he wouldn't have had a shot in hell. People hate McCarthyism. Hate it.

    So, keep it up Rovians. You're only helping Obama. The more hate you spew, the higher Obama goes in the polls.

    Not being rude here, just correcting the typo. It's $750K. He wishes it were $750M! :toothy10:
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  • PoodleheadPoodlehead Posts: 6,959Registered Users
    alacurl wrote: »
    Nobody ever heard of Minnesota Democrat challenger Elwyn Tinklenberg (no, I didn't make that name up...best name I've heard in years), but he now has $750M in campaign donations that he didn't have before that McCarthy-ist Michele Bachmann opened her hate-spewing-mouth on Friday, AND Elwyn will probably beat the pants off her, in a solidly Republican area where he wouldn't have had a shot in hell. People hate McCarthyism. Hate it.

    So, keep it up Rovians. You're only helping Obama. The more hate you spew, the higher Obama goes in the polls.

    Not being rude here, just correcting the typo. It's $750K. He wishes it were $750M! :toothy10:
    He's up to $810K from out of state donors, and another $1M from the Democrats. ;)
    Minneapolis, MN
  • RedCatWavesRedCatWaves Posts: 31,258Registered Users
    alacurl wrote: »
    Nobody ever heard of Minnesota Democrat challenger Elwyn Tinklenberg (no, I didn't make that name up...best name I've heard in years), but he now has $750M in campaign donations that he didn't have before that McCarthy-ist Michele Bachmann opened her hate-spewing-mouth on Friday, AND Elwyn will probably beat the pants off her, in a solidly Republican area where he wouldn't have had a shot in hell. People hate McCarthyism. Hate it.

    So, keep it up Rovians. You're only helping Obama. The more hate you spew, the higher Obama goes in the polls.

    Not being rude here, just correcting the typo. It's $750K. He wishes it were $750M! :toothy10:



    Oooo....sorry for the typo. $750K.

    Just heard on Keith Olbermann that the Michele Bachmann character has a history of trying to ban the Disney cartoon movie Aladin, from a public school because she was afraid it would promote witchcraft. Sounds like yet another right-wing nut-job. McCain really oughtta vet his surrogates a wee bit better.
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