Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr., Obama’s campaign manager, didn’t vote for the deal. Barack Obama, the chosen one, the Chocolate Jesus, failed to step in and heal the crisis (I guess no one called him. Gee, I wonder why?).
Last week, Nancy Pelosi, told the American people she had a deal, a true compromise, then got up and blasted Republicans and blamed them for the meltdown before the vote. Pelosi sat by and watched as members of her own party killed the bill. And remember, the Dems didn’t need one Republican vote to get this albatross passed… and it didn’t pass.
So, who do you blame for the economic credit crisis? President Bush? Senator John McCain? The Republicans? Well, according to the left, all of them, of course!
Current Democrat leadership is inept. The question is, are the American people stupid enough to put the same Democrat jackasses who created this mess back in office?
While sitting with my stunningly beautiful wife in Milwaukee’s fashionable Third Ward on what could have been the last warm evening in Milwaukee this year, we had the displeasure of overhearing two lefty females having an anti-Palin conversation at their table.
It’s not that they were loud, they were not. However, one woman was so intense in her cattiness (quoting word for word Palin’s “mis-steps” in mocking fashion) that we couldn’t help but to focus in on their conversation.
I so wanted to jump in! Especially when I heard her say “I just don’t think this woman is qualified to be Vice President.
Now contrary to what you might think, the purpose of today’s commentary is not to chastise the stupidity of these two deluded females. They are what they are…
No. The point I wish to share with you is how jealous I am of the freedom that these two women enjoy. Here they were on this fine evening, two white women who were heaping scorn on a fellow white woman who happens to have a different ideology than their own.
They weren’t whispering in hushed tones, they weren’t looking nervously around the restaurant fearing opposition, and they weren’t shy about their opposition to Sarah Palin.
I am an American of African descent and I despise the candidacy of Barack Obama. However, I do not share in the freedom that those two women have. I have already been hit (yes, physically) by one lefty in a bar because I respect President Bush, and had a bunch of others move away from me upon discovering that I am not only a beautiful man,but I am also conservative.
Sitting out that evening with my wife was very sobering. For the first time in my adult life, I found myself wishing that I was white…
I guess being black, beautiful and conservative is offensive to some, but personally I am thankful for it.