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IT'S IMPORTANT TO HAVE THE RIGHT ATTITUDE

Is that anything like manufacturing outrage over the private affair of a senator?

Just asking.

ed.

Do you really think it's a good idea to go there?

Comment Posted By Levi On 17.06.2009 @ 14:03

Oh Jesus. You are either a dunce or can’t read. The point is attitude.

What attitude? The only reason anyone cares about David Letterman is because Sarah Palin told them to. That's not a change in direction for the Republican party, it's more of the same. Manufacturing outrage over silly little non-issues like the Late Show monologue has been the favored Republican strategy for decades now.

Is that anything like manufacturing outrage over the private affair of a senator?

Just asking.

ed.

Comment Posted By Levi On 17.06.2009 @ 12:55

Yes, yes. More Yockey. All the Republicans should be more like a woman who wants to go after a talk show host because Sarah Palin shit her pants about a joke he told for no reason. That's the winning formula right there. I'm sure you'll be back in power in no time.

Oh Jesus. You are either a dunce or can't read. The point is attitude. And man, that was a real funny joke. Do you have a daughter? I think it would be uproariously funny if she went to the mall and got raped by Ronald McDonald. Isn't that a stitch? Your kid, lying spread eagle across a table getting porked by the clown. Hee hee hee.

I'm just TOO funny sometimes.

ed.

Comment Posted By Levi On 17.06.2009 @ 12:30

'THIS CAN'T BE HAPPENING HERE'

Jesus Christ... Cry about it why don't ya.

Comment Posted By Levi On 17.06.2009 @ 15:26

A LATE AFTERNOON STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS POST ABOUT NOTHING MUCH IN PARTICULAR

Imbuing a politician – even a good one – with superhuman qualities is not a healthy thing in a republic.

Wow - this is a Bush person saying this? That's rich. You want to know what's even less healthy for a Republic? Imbuing BAD politicians with superhuman qualities. You live in a glass house.

Additionally, lighten up. We just got through one of the most terrible Presidents this country will ever see, and are now tasked with cleaning up much of his mess. Maybe if your party could produce some half-way decent candidates, we wouldn't celebrate like we're being liberated after they leave?

Bush's approval ratings are as much a factor in the intensity of the celebration as anything.

Comment Posted By Levi On 22.01.2009 @ 22:54

WINNING WARS AND FIGHTING TERRORISM WITH 'HUMILITY AND RESTRAINT'

That's fair. Bush starts two hopeless wars he had to lie about in the first place and conducts them as shoddily as one could imagine, and now it's up to Obama to find some approximation of 'success?'

Bush lost both these wars years ago. We're long past any window of opportunity we might have had to actually spread democracy through the Middle East and at this point are just hemmorhaging resources. How can you 'win' a war that costs you hundreds of billions of dollars and only weakens you strategically?

"How can you 'win' a war that costs you hundreds of billions of dollars and only weakens you strategically?"

Not much for history, are ya?

Try England after World Waqr II (or the Napoleonic Wars), France after the 7 Years War, Russia after the Sino-Japanese War, ...

And Afghanistan was started by Bush? What a maroon.

ed.

Comment Posted By Levi On 22.01.2009 @ 23:24

I WILL MISS THE LEFT'S BUSH DERANGEMENT

You’re absolutely right. I have been blogging since 2004 and criticizing Bush the entire time. 4 or 5 years of criticizing Bush is “last minute” me.

Maybe you should, like, you know, not say anything unless you know what the hell you are talking about.

ed.

Dude, I can see what you were writing back then for myself, and you were fawning. Fawning like a school girl. If you think murmuring quietly about stuff like Harriet Miers makes you a Bush critic, well, it doesn't.

And if you think serial exaggeration, hyperbole, and outright lying about what has been happening the last 8 years makes you anything except a shallow, stupid, troglodyte, guess again.

ed.

Comment Posted By Levi On 20.01.2009 @ 09:28

Michael Reynolds,

You are exactly right. The host of this website is but one example of a conservative voicing disappointment with George Bush at literally the last minute, which is obviously insincere and only happening because of political considerations. You can bet that the entirety of the Republican party would have enthusiastically supported a third Bush term were it possible.

All you have to do is scroll back through the archives of sites like this and others to see the swaggering, boastful, in-your-face attitude in full display after Bush won the election in 2004. Even the ones jettisoning the man still largely agree with his most egregious crimes and catastrophic blunders like the torture and the invasion of Iraq. What's really funny is how they've taken to insisting that George Bush will be vindicated by time, the last, desperate shelter for their tarnished credibility. That's something made all the more unlikely to happen by Obama's presidency, who can literally do no worse than the disaster he's inheriting. If Obama is no better than average as a President, people will be forgetting all this 'history will vindicate Bush (and us! oh please oh please oh please!)' nonsense real quick.

You're absolutely right. I have been blogging since 2004 and criticizing Bush the entire time. 4 or 5 years of criticizing Bush is "last minute" me.

Maybe you should, like, you know, not say anything unless you know what the hell you are talking about.

ed.

Comment Posted By Levi On 19.01.2009 @ 16:25

Nobody wants to admit they voted for a dumbass and a criminal, but that's exactly what happened if you voted for Bush. It's impossible to overstate just how terrible this President has been. There's absolutely no area where he was has helped, every problem we were facing when he took office he has amplified in addition to creating a few new ones.

I don't know how many times I've had a Republican tell me I had 'BDS,' like that means anything, or like that refutes a criticism I have. It's when I know I've won the argument. It's such a weak sauce, cop-out response, like you need to explain to me why I don't like George Bush. I know why I don't like George Bush and I can explain why that is in my own words, you dopes just don't even try to listen. You really think you're doing your side of the argument justice by insisting that every liberal that opens his or her mouth has 'BDS?' Like the guy's given us no reason to complain?

It's cowardly, really. You think you're standing your ground in the debate, in truth you're just putting your fingers in your ears and screaming 'BDS! BDS!' over and over again. Like a lawyer running out of a courthouse sobbing. As a group, you collectively can't stand the idea that you might have been responsible for putting into power one of the biggest failures in the history of western civilization, whose alleged criminal offenses range from mere cronyism to out and out war crimes, so you refuse to even hear the charges. Republicans are the ones that claim to be so suspicious and afraid of government, shouldn't that mean you'd be interested in finding out the answers to some of these questions? For supposedly being so mistrustful of the government, you sure do seem to give President Bush, widely agreed upon as a colossal failure in most circles, the benefit of the doubt.

Just try going a week without dismissing something critical of George Bush as 'BDS.' Could you even be able to do it? It seems like a fundamental behavior of the species Republican. To live, one must eat, sleep, and accuse all your opponents of having a mental disease.

Thank you for the fine example of BDS. One dimensional, shallow, exaggerated, falsehoods - every single adjective I used to describe it, you featured in your little post.

ed.

Comment Posted By Levi On 19.01.2009 @ 16:11

BUSH IS NO LINCOLN

ed,

Jesus man, when I said 'keen intellect,' I meant it as a synonym of 'smart.' Don't have a cow, I'm not trying to put words in your mouth, it all means the same thing, I'm not trying to dishonestly mis-characterize what you said, I just don't like using the same word over and over again. Don't be so defensive.

As for your evidence -Bush flew jets- well, that doesn't mean much. If you and I weren't speaking specifically about Bush, but about what makes people in general smart, I don't think either of us would bring up the ability to fly a jet as one of those characteristics, do you?

Comment Posted By Levi On 16.01.2009 @ 18:39


 


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