Thursday, January 22, 2009


These people have no shame

Did you hear Sec. of State Hillary Rodham (Clinton) uncork this line today?

"We are not any longer going to tolerate the kind of divisiveness that has paralyzed and undermined our ability to get things done for America."

Reckon if HR(C) will admit that folks of her political persuasion have been responsible for most of the divisiveness that's undermined America for the past, oh, eight years?

Of course she ain't gonna admit such, even though she freakin' knows that it was she and her Senate allies who not only filibustered, but more or less defamed extra-qualified judicial candidates just because they didn't support abortion on demand. HR(C) also is well aware of disrespectful, and dare I say juvenile, acts directed at President George W. Bush by her colleagues ... like Sen. Jim "Surly" Webb refusing to shake Bush's hand at a formal White House gathering. Oh, and HR(C) had to be watching each time a leftist U.S. Representative gave a one-minute speeche on the floor of the U.S. House calling Mr. Bush a "liar," a "thief," a "torturer" ... and worse.

You know, Hillary Rodham (Clinton) criticizing "divisiveness" is kinda like a hawk who criticizes other hawks for killing field mice.

Speaking of "dividing" and all that, Gary Bauer has a great take on what happened during B. Hussein Obama's inauguration. He asks, "Where was the Graciousness?" Where indeed. To wit:

A number of commentators made the point yesterday that there was such goodwill for President Obama that there were no demonstrators at the inaugural. Of course there weren’t. Conservatives and Republicans don’t demonstrate. The 60 million Republican and conservative voters who didn’t vote for Obama wouldn’t dream of trying to disrupt his day. It is the political Left that acts like children when it loses. It’s the Left that tried to turn both Bush inaugurals and both Reagan inaugurals into fiascos.

Actually, there was one demonstration yesterday, but not from our side. Even in victory, the Left couldn’t restrain itself. When President Bush and Mrs. Bush were introduced at the Capitol, the crowd of liberal Democrat VIPs with the close, up-front seats, in one final display of ignorance and classlessness, booed the outgoing president. Not satisfied with that insult, a mocking chant started, “Na Na Na Na, Hey, Hey, Hey, Goodbye.” These are the “tolerant” people who want us to close ranks now – behind their agenda. (By the way, to see how these eco-conscious "progressives" left Washington after their victory bash, click here.)

But the lack of grace doesn’t end there. For decades Democrats have played the race card against Republicans and conservatives. If we opposed quotas, we were bigots. If we thought welfare or subprime mortgages needed reforming, it was said we hated black people. The list goes on and on. But Pastor Joseph Lowery just couldn’t help himself. He had to play the race card again.

He did it with this little prayer/poem: “Lord, in the memory of all the saints who from their labors rest, and in the joy of a new beginning, we ask you to help us work for that day when black will not be asked to get in back, when brown can stick around … when yellow will be mellow … when the red man can get ahead man, and when white will embrace what is right.”

A mixed race man had just become the 44th president of a nation that is 67% white – something that has not yet happened in any of the “progressive” European nations, which we are always told are more “enlightened” than we are. But to Lowery and the Left, if you are white and conservative, you still haven’t “embraced what is right.”

As a matter of fact, to these ideologues, if you are black, brown, yellow or red AND conservative, you are the problem. Seriously, would the media have been in a similar state of euphoria if the man sworn in yesterday had been J.C. Watts, Ken Blackwell or Clarence Thomas?

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