Friday, October 09, 2009

Didn't Support Socialized Medicine, Olympic Bid, Nobel Prize? You're A Traitor You Terrorist UnAmerican Nazi

DNC: If you laugh at Obama’s Nobel, you side with terrorists

Far be it from me to question the sanity of the DNC as I used to tipple more than a few drinks with a few of them in various temples of propriety on the Hill. We had great debates, many laughs and a few agreements over the years. I've not only kept in contact with some, I've also done some corporate and charitable work with them and I've had the fortune to attend some weddings and baptisms and the misfortune to attend some untimely funerals.

We were opponents, not enemies. We were friends, not allies.

It was such a friend that called this morning to chortle that Obama had a brand new Nobel to add to his grand list of accomplishments. I was such an opponent to chuckle that Obama had no accomplishments even with a Nobel, but we both stopped the funnin' when Brad Woodhouse's name was uttered by me.

Something along the lines of, "Oh Lord. What has he stepped in this time." came across my phone line.

"I'm a terrorist which is something to add to being called a Nazi, unAmerican and racist, but now it's official as it came from Woodhouse as a spokesman for the DNC," I replied.

I continued, "This clown could write for a tabloid and have more credibility, but a lot of people not part of this fight are going to be pretty p*ssed off when they hear they are Hamas and Taliban."

Having a brand new telephone I knew the line had'nt gone dead, so I closed with an offer to send him the link. We closed. I sent. Haven't heard a word since.

Pelosi weeps when she brings up Democrats murduring each other in California to point out how unjust political rhetoric has become when people standing up for what they think is right only to be called unAmerican. Reid gets all pugnacious when people mention he's being a jerk and Howie Dean gets all puppy eyed right after he states he hates Republicans and all they stand for.

This isn't governance, this is a bully convention in a school play yard filled with 10 year old children playing the part of politicians. I apologize to all 10 year old children except the one down the street.

Well, Mr. Woodhouse, I am not Hamas nor am I Taliban. No, I am not a Nazi or a racist. I detest all of them and want to see them wiped off the face of the earth. You, sir, engender them. You lift them up. You give them all existence.

Mr. Woodhouse, you are a moron and the new leadership in your Party do us all disservice. You all do not just disservice to America, but also the ideal of America.

If you ever call me Hamas or Taliban to my face Mr. Woodhouse, I will knock you stone cold out onto the floor and spit on you before I walk away.

I hope there are enough good people left at the DNC that will lock you out and throw your office contents in the trash.

President Obama Joins The Nobel Pantheon

President Barack Obama has joined the hallowed place where winners of the Nobel Peace Prize reside. After only nine months of peace efforts with Israel, Honduras and Poland and heartwarming receptions with recognized world leaders of peace such as the Dalai Lama, President Obama has surpassed luminaries such as Jimmy Carter, Woodrow Wilson and Yasar Arafat

World leaders hail Obama's Nobel Prize
World leaders urged Barack Obama to seize on the award of the Nobel Peace Prize to intensify his diplomatic efforts to forge peace in the globe's trouble spots.

But the surprise announcement by the Norwegian Nobel Peace Prize Committee in Oslo was interpreted more as a bid to encourage the US president's bold diplomatic overtures to Washington's enemies, rather than a recognition of the achievement of peace by a leader in office for only nine months.

"We do not yet have peace in the Middle East... this time it was very clear that they wanted to encourage Obama to move on these issues..." said the 2008 winner, former Finnish president Martti Ahtisaari.

"This is a clear encouragement to do something on this issue, I wish him good luck."
The 1983 Laureate, Poland's Lech Walesa, was more blunt.

"Who, Obama? So fast? Too fast - he hasn't had the time to do anything yet," Walesa told reporters in Warsaw.

"For the time being Obama's just making proposals. But sometimes the Nobel committee awards the prize to encourage responsible action," said Walesa.

Neither did key US newspaper The Wall Street Journal mince its words, describing the choice of Obama as "completely bizarre."

"It is unclear why. For making peace, of a kind, with Hillary Clinton? For giving up the missile shield and cheering up the Iranians? For preparing a surge of troops and weaponry in Afghanistan?" said the paper in an editorial.

"Of course, traditionally it has been standard procedure that winners of the prize do their peacemaking first... But this innovation sweeps aside such old-fashioned notions of reward following effort."
Some will scoff at the prize as nothing more than meddling by the Nobel Committee, but they cannot take away the astounding and decisive success Obama has had in Afghanistan. The committee vote took such positive accomplishments, just as they did with Wilson's League of Nations, Carter's overall career of the betterment of all mankind, especially America and Yasar Arafat's known concern and love for his fellow men, in to account when they elevated Obama to this place of great respect and to show that the world now loves America.
I applaud the committee for their consistency and vision of how they think America should be run and how voters here should conduct themselves. This is a giant step for America, and Obama, in recognizing that we are part of the world and as such, we should join the world and how they think.
To the detractors of this wonderful award I say that criminals such as Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe and Hamilton never would have even been considered. Maybe because they would have just ignored the committee. That's the type of men they were and they would have no place in this Pantheon of Peace.
Congratulations President Obama. You deserve this award.