Liberalscum Buster

September 28, 2008

Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry, Mel Gibson in “Naked Gun” and Tom Cruise as “Maverick” in “Top Gun ” have made great movies

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 1:04 pm

John McCain as “Punk McNasty” (his nickname in high school) might have made an entertaining movie too.

Tinseltown is not real life.

John McCain is no more rigorous in understanding the issues now than when he was a rauchy, rowdy partyboy at USNA at the bottom of his class (895 out of 899).

John McCain is emotionally unstable with an anger management problem.

John McCain is a superstious compulsive gambler.

Barack Obama is a cool cerebral poker player who can sink a 40′ three pointer with the whole world watching. Obama has book smarts and street smarts and common sense.

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September 26, 2008

McCain’s economics guru, Phil Gramm’s role in the subprime motgage mess.

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AS RESULT OF HIS DEREGULATION TO GET THE GOVERMENT OFF OF THE BACKS OF “AMERICANS”.

THE SAME PHIL GRAMM WHO SAID THAT THE ONLY PROBLEM WITH THE ECONOMY IS THAT WE ARE A NATION OF “WHINNERS”.

The Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 established the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) in the United States and included banking reforms, some of which were designed to control speculation.[citation needed] Some provisions such as Regulation Q that allowed the Federal Reserve to regulate interest rates in savings accounts were repealed by the Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act of 1980. Provisions that prohibit a bank holding company from owning other financial companies were repealed on November 12, 1999 by a bipartisan, conference committee .version of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act signed by President Bill Clinton.

The bill that ultimately repealed the Act was introduced in the Senate by Phil Gramm (R-TX) and in the House of Representatives by James Leach (R-IA) in 1999. The bills were passed by a 54-44 vote along party lines with Republican support in the Senate[7] and by a 343-86 vote in the House of Representatives[8]. Nov 4, 1999: After passing both the Senate and House the bill was moved to a conference committee to work out the differences between the Senate and House versions. The final bipartisan bill resolving the differences was passed in the Senate 90-8-1 and in the House: 362-57-15. Without forcing a veto vote, this bipartisan, veto proof legislation was signed into law by President Bill Clinton on November 12, 1999. [9]

The banking industry had been seeking the repeal of Glass-Steagall since at least the 1980s. In 1987 the Congressional Research Service prepared a report which explored the case for preserving Glass-Steagall and the case against preserving the act.[10]

The repeal enabled commercial lenders such as Citigroup, the largest U.S. bank by assets, to underwrite and trade instruments such as mortgage-backed securities and collateralized debt obligations and establish so-called structured investment vehicles, or SIVs, that bought those securities. [11] Citigroup played a major part in the repeal. Then called Citicorp, the company merged with Travelers Insurance company the year before using loopholes in Glass-Steagall that allowed for temporary exemptions. With lobbying led by Roger Levy, the “finance, insurance and real estate industries together are regularly the largest campaign contributors and biggest spenders on lobbying of all business sectors [in 1999]. They laid out more than $200 million for lobbying in 1998, according to the Center for Responsive Politics…” These industries succeeded in their two decades long effort to repeal the act

September 24, 2008

JOHN McCAIN HAS SPENT MORE TIME AT CRAPS TABLES THAN HE HAD IN ACTUAL COMBAT IN VIETNAM.

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 7:15 pm

McCAIN HAS OFTEN SPENT 14 HOURS AT A STRETCH AT CRAPS TABLES. That is almost the the total amount of time our war hero spent in combat over Vietnam (20 hours).

JOHN McCAIN SPENT 20 HOURS IN COMBAT AND FLEW 23 COMBAT MISSIONS AND SPENT 5 1/2 YEARS AS A POW

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 5:22 pm

DOES THAT MAKE HIM A WAR HERO? WHAT AM I MISSING?

If, indeed John McCain is a bona fide war hero, does that automatically make him qualified to be President?

John McCain’s Skeleton Closet

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 2:29 pm

John McCain is a maverick senator, Vietnam veteran and former prisoner of war for 5 years in North Vietnam. In 2000, he nearly beat George W. Bush by being an outspoken, even honest politician, which stunned everybody. He also is known for crafting bipartisan approaches to issues such as smoking and campaign reform.

This time around though, at 72, he apparently decided “now or never” and seems to have sold his soul, kissing up to his enemies and even abandoning his principled opposition to torture, which was based on his own POW experience. Now, conveniently, he’s even claiming to be a Baptist instead of an Episcopalian, and picked a far-right Christian running mate to make peace with conservatives.

It didn’t look like anyone was buying it for a while there, but danged if he hasn’t come back and taken the lead in the race for president. McCain went from Republican front runner to 3rd or 4th in various polls, spent all of his huge pile of cash and lost most of his staff, and worked his way back into a dominant position.

Here are some negative allegations:

Cheater (Adultery, that is) — Gambler — Religion Shopping — A Junkie Wife — Keating 5 — Mafia Ties — Quotes — Sources
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Compulsive Gambler
John McCain loves to play craps (dice), at the $15 dollar minimum-bet tables if not higher. This has been confirmed by his top campaign aides over the years (Mark Salter and John Weaver). His longtime friend Wes Gullet says they would play in Vegas for 14 hours at a time, (10am to midnight), and that McCain is superstitious, blowing on the dice and such. It’s not hard to see his love of gambling in his political choices, such as Sarah Palin for VP. All very exciting when he’s gambling his own money or his campaign; but if it’s America’s security at stake, his gambling might be a bit less charming.

That New Time Religion
John McCain grew up Episcopalian. He went to an Episcopalian high school. For at least 15 years, he has been listed as an Episcopalian in authoritative directories such as the Almanac of American Politics and Congressional Quarterly’s Politics in America 2008. He told a reporter from McClatchy News Service in June 2007 that he was an Episcopalian.
Suddenly, in September 2007, he’s campaigning in South Carolina, the heavily Baptist state where George W. Bush barely managed to stop McCain’s presidential campaign 8 years ago. And guess what? McCain tells a reporter “By the way, I’m not Episcopalian. I’m Baptist.”

When pressed, he said he’s attended the North Phoenix Baptist Church in Arizona for more than 15 years, though he has never been baptized in that church. Now see, that’s exactly the problem. Baptism is kind of a big thing in the Baptist Church. (That’s how they got the name.) No baptism, not Baptist.

Anyway, details aside, this is one very clear indication of how McCain has changed. Now, he’s just another hungry politician, happy to pander if it helps him win. Which eliminates the very reason people were excited about him in 2000 — his honesty.

Founding Member of the Keating Five
Back in the old days, defendants in famous trials got numbers — the Chicago Eight, the Gang of Four, the Dave Clark Five, the Daytona 500. McCain was one of the “Keating Five,” congressmen investigated on ethics charges for strenuously helping convicted racketeer Charles Keating after he gave them large campaign contributions and vacation trips.
Charles Keating was convicted of racketeering and fraud in both state and federal court after his Lincoln Savings & Loan collapsed, costing the taxpayers $3.4 billion. His convictions were overturned on technicalities; for example, the federal conviction was overturned because jurors had heard about his state conviction, and his state charges because Judge Lance Ito (yes, that judge) screwed up jury instructions. Neither court cleared him, and he faces new trials in both courts.)

Though he was not convicted of anything, McCain intervened on behalf of Charles Keating after Keating gave McCain at least $112,00 in contributions. In the mid-1980s, McCain made at least 9 trips on Keating’s airplanes, and 3 of those were to Keating’s luxurious retreat in the Bahamas. McCain’s wife and father-in-law also were the largest investors (at $350,000) in a Keating shopping center; the Phoenix New Times called it a “sweetheart deal.”

Mafia ties:
In 1995, McCain sent birthday regards, and regrets for not attending, to Joseph “Joe Bananas” Bonano, the head of the New York Bonano crime family, who had retired to Arizona. Another politician to send regrets was Governor Fife Symington, who has since been kicked out of office and convicted of 7 felonies relating to fraud and extortion.

Adulterer
For a guy campaigning on family values, John McCain has broken up a lot of marriages. When he met his first wife (a swimsuit model), she was married to another man. After breaking that marriage up, she stuck by him loyally as he went off to war and was a prisoner for 5 and a half years. When he returned to America, though, he found out that she had been in a car wreck and wasn’t as pretty. So he had a series of affairs, by his own admission, and dumped his wife and adopted family for a younger, very rich blond (now Cindy McCain.) Cindy, the daughter of a wealthy Budweiser beer distributor, was addicted to prescription narcotics and even stole hard drugs from a medical charity that she ran. In February, 2008, the New York Times ran a big article about the unusually close relationship between John McCain and a young telecommunications lobbyist named Vicki Iseman (who looks uncannily like Cindy McCain did when SHE was 25). They became so close that his staff, convinced they were having an affair, confronted both McCain and Iseman, telling them to back off. Now, a lot of people have criticized the Times for hinting without actually saying that McCain had sexual relations with that woman. But really, it doesn’t matter. It’s a matter of record that he accepted money and favors from her, spent a lot of time for her, and did favors for her clients. Among other things, McCain wrote two letters — from a draft provided by Vicki Iseman — to the head of the Federal Communications Commission — which was way out of line, since McCain headed the Senate Commmerce Committee, which controls the FCC. McCain’s pressure was so outrageous that, even though McCain was in charge of funding his commission, the FCC commissioner wrote a letter back rebuking him for his interference, at the height of McCain’s “ethics in government” campaign.
So, was McCain sleeping with her, hoping to sleep with her, or being subconsciously manipulated by a cute young woman? It doesn’t really matter. He was being led by his groin into ethical violations. Let’s face it, he was 64 at the time and is 72 now. Whether he is still cheating or not, he seems to be led by his dick; witness the videos of McCain checking out Sarah Palin’s butt during the speech where he introduced her.

Quotes:
– “Craps is addictive. … This is a very, very supersitious game.” — John McCain

– Leonardo DiCaprio is “an androgynous wimp.” — McCain.

– “The thought of [McCain] being president sends a cold chill down my spine. He is erratic. He is hotheaded. He loses his temper and he worries me.” — Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi, who has known McCain for 35 years.

Sources:

“For McCain, Self-Confidence on Ethics Poses Its Own Risk”, New York Times, February 21, 2008, pA1
“McCain Says He’s Been Baptist For Years”, by Bruce Smith, The Associated Press, September 12, 2007

Candidates’ Vices: Craps and Poker, by Michael Sherer and Michael Weisskopf, Time Magazine, July 2, 2008

“Profiles: McCain’s Party”, by Connie Bruck, New Yorker Magazine, May 30, 2005

“Candidates invite questions about their faith”, by Stephen Dinan, Washington Times, September 18, 2007

“The Pampered Politician”, by Amy Silverman, The Phoenix New Times, May 15, 1997

“See John Run Off at the Mouth”, Phoenix New Times, October 1, 1998

“Opiate for the Mrs.”, Phoenix New Times, September 8, 1994

“Flashes: What’s Up, Murdoch?”, Phoenix New Times, September 17, 1998

the US Veteran’s Dispatch web site.

“Symington Gets Slammer”, Phoenix New Times, February 2, 1998

Election 98: Arizona Governor, Fox News web site, 1998 coverage (no longer on web)

“Keating Gets New Trial”, CNNfn Web Site, December 2, 1996

“No More Wagging,”, (editorial) by Maureen Dowd, The New York Times, January 3, 1999

“John McCain, rock-and-roll dad”, by Andrew Essex, The New Yorker Magazine, December 6, 1999 p52

“Unmasking Darth McCain”, by William Cleeland, The Daily Illini, March 9, 2001

“Famed McCain Temper is Tamed”, By Michael Kranish Boston Globe, January 27, 2008

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September 11, 2008

COMPULSIVE GAMBLERS LIKE McCAIN THROW GOOD MONEY AFTER BAD

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 6:58 pm

AT CRAPS TABLES OR IN IRAQ IT IS ALL THE SAME TO HIM

John McCain Craps

Noam Scheiber – The New Republic

Michael Scherer and Michael Weisskopf have a great piece in Time this week about what the two candidates’ gambling habits say about their political (and, potentially, governing) styles. Short version: McCain is a high-stakes craps player who loves the pure, adrenalin-pumping, rush of the game. Obama is an exceedingly low-stakes poker player who sizes up his odds methodically and rarely loses money.
It’s a great insight into the two personalities. And there’s an even better scoop a little further down. While I knew most of the details of Obama’s poker-playing, I had no idea McCain was such a hard-core gambler:

In the past decade, [McCain] has played on Mississippi riverboats, on Indian land, in Caribbean craps pits and along the length of the Las Vegas Strip. Back in 2005 he joined a group of journalists at a magazine-industry conference in Puerto Rico, offering betting strategy on request. “Enjoying craps opens up a window on a central thread constant in John’s life,” says John Weaver, McCain’s former chief strategist, who followed him to many a casino. “Taking a chance, playing against the odds.” Aides say McCain tends to play for a few thousand dollars at a time and avoids taking markers, or loans, from the casinos, which he has helped regulate in Congress. “He never, ever plays on the house,” says Mark Salter, a McCain adviser. The goal, say several people familiar with his habit, is never financial. He loves the thrill of winning and the camaraderie at the table.

Only recently have McCain’s aides urged him to pull back from the pastime. In the heat of the G.O.P. primary fight last spring, he announced on a visit to the Vegas Strip that he was going to the casino floor. When his aides stopped him, fearing a public relations disaster, McCain suggested that they ask the casino to take a craps table to a private room, a high-roller privilege McCain had indulged in before. His aides, with alarm bells ringing, refused again, according to two accounts of the discussion.

“He clearly knows that this is on the borderline of what is acceptable for him to be doing,” says a Republican who has watched McCain play. “And he just sort of revels in it.” [emphasis added].

A few thousand dollars at a time?* Wow. That’s more than borderline unseemly, I’d say–easily several hundred thousand dollars over a period of 5-10 years if McCain plays regularly. It’s certainly a far cry from the $1-ante games Obama played in Springfield.

At the end of the piece, a former Obama colleague, refering to Obama’s contemplative gambling style, tells Time, “If he runs his presidency the way he plays poker, I’ll sleep good at night.” I think the converse is true of McCain–I’d sleep pretty poorly if he were to run his presidency the way he plays craps. (And I think the odds are high that he would. He certainly seems to run his campaign that way…)

*Of course, if by “a few thousand dollars at a time” Scherer and Weisskopf mean “a few thousand dollars a hand roll,” then we’re potentially talking millions of dollars over a period of several years, not hundreds of thousands. We’d be in real pathological territory–nothing particularly borderline about it.

OBAMA PLAYS POKER, JOHN McCAIN PLAYS CRAPS

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John McCain Craps

Noam Scheiber – The New Republic

Michael Scherer and Michael Weisskopf have a great piece in Time this week about what the two candidates’ gambling habits say about their political (and, potentially, governing) styles. Short version: McCain is a high-stakes craps player who loves the pure, adrenalin-pumping, rush of the game. Obama is an exceedingly low-stakes poker player who sizes up his odds methodically and rarely loses money.
It’s a great insight into the two personalities. And there’s an even better scoop a little further down. While I knew most of the details of Obama’s poker-playing, I had no idea McCain was such a hard-core gambler:

In the past decade, [McCain] has played on Mississippi riverboats, on Indian land, in Caribbean craps pits and along the length of the Las Vegas Strip. Back in 2005 he joined a group of journalists at a magazine-industry conference in Puerto Rico, offering betting strategy on request. “Enjoying craps opens up a window on a central thread constant in John’s life,” says John Weaver, McCain’s former chief strategist, who followed him to many a casino. “Taking a chance, playing against the odds.” Aides say McCain tends to play for a few thousand dollars at a time and avoids taking markers, or loans, from the casinos, which he has helped regulate in Congress. “He never, ever plays on the house,” says Mark Salter, a McCain adviser. The goal, say several people familiar with his habit, is never financial. He loves the thrill of winning and the camaraderie at the table.

Only recently have McCain’s aides urged him to pull back from the pastime. In the heat of the G.O.P. primary fight last spring, he announced on a visit to the Vegas Strip that he was going to the casino floor. When his aides stopped him, fearing a public relations disaster, McCain suggested that they ask the casino to take a craps table to a private room, a high-roller privilege McCain had indulged in before. His aides, with alarm bells ringing, refused again, according to two accounts of the discussion.

“He clearly knows that this is on the borderline of what is acceptable for him to be doing,” says a Republican who has watched McCain play. “And he just sort of revels in it.” [emphasis added].

A few thousand dollars at a time?* Wow. That’s more than borderline unseemly, I’d say–easily several hundred thousand dollars over a period of 5-10 years if McCain plays regularly. It’s certainly a far cry from the $1-ante games Obama played in Springfield.

At the end of the piece, a former Obama colleague, refering to Obama’s contemplative gambling style, tells Time, “If he runs his presidency the way he plays poker, I’ll sleep good at night.” I think the converse is true of McCain–I’d sleep pretty poorly if he were to run his presidency the way he plays craps. (And I think the odds are high that he would. He certainly seems to run his campaign that way…)

*Of course, if by “a few thousand dollars at a time” Scherer and Weisskopf mean “a few thousand dollars a hand roll,” then we’re potentially talking millions of dollars over a period of several years, not hundreds of thousands. We’d be in real pathological territory–nothing particularly borderline about it.

September 10, 2008

John McCain told a joke too bad to print?

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 9:57 am

HOW SEN. JOHN McCAIN’S TASTELESS TWO-LINER ABOUT CHELSEA CLINTON AND JANET RENO WAS CENSORED OUT OF THE NATION’S LEADING NEWSPAPERS.
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BY DAVID CORN

During the last few months, many established media outlets have decided to report innuendo and rumor about the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal, as long as they have a source they can cite (at least anonymously), or another media player has reported the same.

But this new standard in the practice of journalism seemingly does not extend to other political figures, at least not media darlings like Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz. Earlier this month, at a Republican Senate fund-raiser, McCain told a downright nasty joke making fun of Janet Reno, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton.

The fact that McCain had made the tasteless joke was reported in major newspapers, as was the vain attempt by his press secretary to initially deny what McCain had done. But in several major newspapers, the joke itself was kept a secret. When McCain subsequently apologized to President Clinton, the Washington Post, in its personality section, noted the apology but said the joke “was too vicious to print.”

The Los Angeles Times, in its Life & Style section, provided an oblique rendering of the joke that did not fully convey its ugliness. When Maureen Dowd penned a column in the New York Times about the joke, she wrote that McCain “is so revered by the press that his disgusting jape was largely nudged under the rug.” But Dowd chose not to relay the joke, either.

The joke did appear in McCain’s hometown paper, the Arizona Republic, and the Associated Press did report the joke in full, so everyone in the press had access to McCain’s words. But by censoring themselves, the Post, the Times and others helped McCain deflect flak and preserved his status as a Republican presidential contender.

Salon feels its readers deserve the unadulterated truth. Though no tape of McCain’s quip has yet emerged, this is what he reportedly said:

“Why is Chelsea Clinton so ugly?
Because her father is Janet Reno.”
The joke may be crude, but it pales in comparison with the published details surrounding the presidential sex scandal. McCain’s two-liner conveys some interesting insights into what he considers humorous (lesbianism, a young woman’s physical appearance), particularly since it was delivered to a Republican crowd. Remember, this is the party that champions pro-family values.

McCain’s lapse in judgment — admittedly, not as big a lapse as having a sexual relationship with an intern — may be a significant clue into aspects of his “character,” and thus relevant to the voting public. But many voters have been spared this insight, thanks to the censors in the press.

Accordingly, McCain is well-positioned to ride out this messy little episode. Ever since he started championing the anti-tobacco bill (which was torpedoed by his GOP comrades), McCain has been the White House’s pet Republican on the Hill. Consequently, the White House played down his Chelsea remarks. McCain is also unusually popular with the media. He gives good quotes; he is outspoken. He takes positions that contradict the Republican leadership. When you talk to McCain, he converses in the manner of a real person, seemingly telling you what he thinks. That is rare among elected officials. Ask him a question and he does not shift into automatic-politician mode, as do most members of Congress.

The former Vietnam POW should escape this matter without serious political harm. In the inevitable magazine profiles of McCain that will be written, there will no doubt be the perfunctory line: “McCain’s tendency to speak too freely was proven when he made a distasteful joke at a fund-raiser about the first family and then had to apologize to the president.”

But the joke revealed more than a mean streak in a man who would be president. It also exposed how the Washington Post, New York Times and Los Angeles Times play favorites when reporting the foibles of our leading politicians.
SALON | June 25, 1998

David Corn, Washington editor of the Nation, is a regular contributor to Salon.

McCain’s “ugly lesbian” joke about Hillary, Chelsea, Reno–revisited

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 9:50 am

Submitted by Bill Prendergast on August 31, 2008 – 10:37pm.
Here’s what he said, at a 1998 Republican Senate fund-raiser.

“Why is Chelsea Clinton so ugly?
Because her father is Janet Reno.”

Here’s why practically no voter outside the blog world knows that he made that “joke”:
(continued)

At the bottom of this diary is a link to an article by David Corn, a writer for Salon. He broke the story back in 1998, at a time when other newspapers considered McCain’s joke too vicious to print. But at the time, McCain apologized in print to President Clinton for telling the joke (though his print apology did not say what the joke was, or was about.)

So far as I know, McCain’s never apologized to Hillary, Chelsea, or Reno.
I don’t really know what else to write about this. Take a look at the news outlets mentioned in the article that refused to print the joke because it was just too vicious. The irony seems to be that if the joke was a little less “vicious,” they might have printed it and it might have crippled McCain’s reputation as an honorable man.

The author was right, back in 1998. Most voters still don’t know that McCain’s a guy who would make a joke like that. The fact that’s he told this joke has been printed on the web–I found an instance of it in “Wikiquote,” for example.

But most voters will not know about this aspect of McCain when they vote this fall. They don’t know that he’s a guy who uses the word “c–t” to describe his wife–in public. They don’t

Because the media won’t report it. And it’s important that voters do know that things like this occur. A person who would make a joke like that at a political fundraiser, is a hater. A U.S. Senator who would make a joke like that publicly, is an arrogant hater. The joke’s not even clever enough to laugh at–it’s just a release for the hatred of the teller and the audience that would laugh at it.

There isn’t any cultural tradition in which it’s acceptable to tell a joke like that, or acceptable to laugh at it. If one of the candidates for president is a hater, if one of the major political parties is led by haters who would laugh at a joke like this while attending an official event–the traditional media needs to tell the voters that. Because most of the voters do not want to be led by a bunch of secret haters.

I can only conclude that traditional media are covering for McCain in this matter; as in the “she’s a c–t” matter. McCain may have developed the perfect political strategy. Instead of making slightly off-color remarks that the press will print and circulat, vent in the most vicious way possible–with the serene assurance that the press will pretend it never happened.

Of course, this only works if you are a Republican. But if the traditional media doesn’t print or broadcast “the joke,” or “the c–t” thing–“it never really happened, for most voters”–even though we know it did happen. And McCain can stay alive, in the polls.

http://www.salon.com/news/1998/06/25newsb.html

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September 9, 2008

MAVERICK WORKS GREAT IN THE MOVIES AND ON TELEVISION

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 7:20 pm

BUT IS THAT REALLY WHAT WE WANT FOR THE USA?

An emotionally, unstable superstitious compulsive gambler with an anger management problem ready to enter the world stage with a chip on his shoulder and his hand on the nuclear trigger.

OK that works in John Wayne movies but is that what we want to do in real life?

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