Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Pelosi gets the raspberry

Yesterday, Senator Joe Lieberman, and House Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, both gave speaches before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) National Policy Conference.

In part, Senator Lieberman said,
"There is something profoundly wrong when there is so much distrust of our intelligence community that some Americans doubt the plain and ominous facts about the threat to us posed by Iran.

And there is something profoundly wrong when, in the face of attacks by radical Islam, we think we can find safety and stability by pulling back, by talking to and accommodating our enemies, and abandoning our friends and allies.

Some of this wrong-headed thinking about the world is happening because we're in a political climate where, for many people, when George Bush says "yes," their reflex reaction is to say "no."

That is unacceptable."

Pelosi said the U.S. military campaign in Iraq had to be judged on three accounts: whether it makes the U.S. safer, the U.S. military stronger and the region more stable.

“The war in Iraq fails on all three counts”.
Some of the crowd applauded before catcalls and boos could be heard. A spokesman for AIPAC argued the boos were in response to those clapping for Pelosi.

The boos, mixed with some polite applause, stood in stark contrast to the reception House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-Ohio) received minutes earlier when he said the U.S. had no choice but to win in Iraq and to the applause which greeted Senator Liberman's speech.

The Democrats are finding it much harder to govern than the cake walk they imagined. Signs of stress are starting to show and for all the talk of Pelosi's "first hundred hours", no meaningful legislation has been enacted nor is it likely to be.

The Liberals/Progressives, (whatever they are calling their selves this week), are starting to melt down and resort to eating their own.

How long until everyone gets tired of Chuckie Shumer and his investigation du Jour.
I mean, this is exactly what he promised while his head was still swelled from the big Democrat win and his tongue was wagging loose from the drunkenness of victory and his dreams of power.

Chuckie wants to hear what Karl Rove has to say about 8 Federal Prosecutors that were given the axe and thinks that Attorney General, Alberto Gonzalez should resign! (but of course, Chuckie thinks that all Republican office holders should resign). Federal Prosecutors are hired by the President and serve at his pleasure. They may be fired at any time for any reason. Bill Clinton had Janet Reno fire "ALL" the federal prosecutors when he took office. I don't remember so much as an eyebrow being raised.

I wish this administration would grow a set and tell these panty waisted bunch to F*^% off!


kuhnkat said...

Of COURSE the ignorant leftard is going to get boos!!!

She stated the parameters, and got the evaluations WRONG!!!!


Straight from the Ducktardo Playbook!!

Anonymous said...

At least Chuckie admits that CAIR has ties to terrorism.

He's a damn good useful idiot, I can grant him that much.

beakerkin said...


Good to see you up and about.

The Government plods and part of the problem is a culture of do nothing. If one varies from the SOP it is a career killer.

Sadly intelligence works the same way methodically bumbling along. Thinking outside the box is a career killer.

There are good people on the job but the systems are too rigid.

kuhnkat said...

Chuckie should tell us what he thought about Billie Boy Clintoon firing ALL the prosecutors, when he first came into office!!!

He should subpoena Billie Boy and Shrillary to COMPARE their prevarications to the Bush Admins!!


Anonymous said...

They only gave her a few boo's? They should have picked her up and tossed her out on her *ss!

FLORIAN said...

Pelosi isn't the little sweetheart anymore is she? She has enemies on both sides of the aisle and her image has gone south for several weeks. Ignorance breeds contempt. Don't even get me started on little Chuckie.

Mickey said...

lieberman in `08

sorry beamish

Brooke said...

If you have a Cynthia McKinney Senator lapel pin, it should be relatively easy to sneak rotten eggs and vegetables onto the Senate floor.

I'm just sayin'.

Mickey said...

The Democrats are finding it much harder to govern than the cake walk they imagined.

Thats because they are`nt politicians, they`re crooks. Nobody leaves Washington.They AND the republicans are used to getting whatever they want; By hook or by crook. It`s called chess.
These "politicans" want nothing to do with the people. If they did , you`d have people in the congress and senate indicating that they once had a real job.

When did we forgot that working people are in the majority? Why are`nt we acting like it?

Because we`re not organized.
Less than 10% of the population rule the world.
Why are`nt we doing something about it?

We`re too comfortable.

And as long as the govt does this to make it like that,little thing for us, we get lazy.