Liberalscum Buster

November 5, 2008


Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 11:16 am

I have given money , volunteered and campaigned online. If he turns out to be a dud or turns over the USA to Al Qaeda or Black Liberation Theology I will have screwed up big time.

Obama is smart and cool.



  1. Would those be goose eggs..?

    Comment by patricksperry — November 5, 2008 @ 11:37 am

  2. lol Ostrich eggs I think. Cool, smart and articulate is a good combination.

    Comment by gasdocpol — November 5, 2008 @ 12:38 pm

  3. The latest data suggests that fewer Republicans voted in this election than in the previous two. Listeners to Conservative radio talk shows could see it coming. Many callers expressed their contempt for John McCain for not being a true Conservative.

    Others said that they didn’t see the point in electing a Republican president who would not be able to accomplish anything with a Democratic majority in both houses of Congress. They wanted Barack Obama to win, they said, so that America would see the harmful effects of the Liberal agenda first-hand.

    I am more concerned about the strength of this country than to wish it ill for political reasons. I hope they are wrong and that the Obama presidency turns out to be an amazing success. I am skeptical, however, since the economic numbers just don’t add up.

    Comment by Political Republican Opinion — November 7, 2008 @ 2:07 am

  4. I submit that we have seen the harmful effects of the Neoconservative agenda, since 2001. McCain’s top foreign policy advisor was a director of that Neocon stink tank, PNAC.

    I liked Gerald Ford who sat down with Milton Friedman on his right and John Kenneth Galbraithe on his left and listened him to them both.

    Comment by gasdocpol — November 7, 2008 @ 3:35 am

  5. I would have to submit that neo-cons are not, and never were conservatives. Much like the neo- Libertarians.

    Comment by patricksperry — November 8, 2008 @ 1:34 am

  6. I agree that the Neocons are more like Neonazis. They give conservatives a bad name.

    I have voted for as many Republicans as Democrats starting in 1960 when I voted for Nixon against Kennedy. I voted for Bush the Elder in 1988 (against Dukakis). Nether party has a monopoly on the truth or all the answers. We need both parties, if for no other reason than to keep each other honest.

    I especially appreciated Gerald Ford ( for whom I voted in 1976 against Carter) would sit down with Milton Freidman on his right and John Kenneth Galbraithe on his left and would listen to both of them and in that way, help him make decisions.

    Comment by gasdocpol — November 8, 2008 @ 3:20 am

  7. I personally liked President Ford, and his wife. ( I cared for him once when he injured himself. Story about that is over on my blog.)

    Talk about a Macroeconomic nightmare! Please pass the Tylenol!

    Seems like you are a few years older than me, not much, but we both have seen enough to know that neither party has a death grip on mistakes, scandals, and so on.

    Comment by patricksperry — November 8, 2008 @ 5:44 am

  8. The GOP has needed some tough love to motivate them to get rid of the Neocon influence. McCain’s top foreign advisor, Randall Scheunemann, was a director of PNAC. That, added to his temperament, would have made McCain a disaster.

    Comment by gasdocpol — November 8, 2008 @ 12:09 pm

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