Friday, October 24, 2008

Today's Most Embarrasing Moments for McCain/Bimbo

1. The Bimbo makes a "policy" speech, outlining yet another area off limits to McCain's "spending freeze." In the speech she makes fun of fruit fly research, a major source of information in many medical areas, especially autism.

2. The Bimbo denies that her clothing expenses were anything but convention related, although much of the spending has taken place since the convention and she has been wearing expensive clothes since the convention.

3. The Bimbo says that she is nothing but frugal. The campaign releases information of the tens of thousands spent this month on her makeup artists. We also find that she has stayed in luxury hotels with her children, charging it all to the State of Alaska.

4. Comedian Rush Limbaugh says that Obama's visit to his sick grandmother in Hawaii is all fake and that he really is there because of his birth certificate.

5. Tom Ridge says that things would have been going differently had he been the VP choice.

6. Charles Fried, a McCain adviser, and long-time conservative Republican votes for Obama and asks the McCain campaign to remove his name from campaign committees. The reason? The Bimbo.

7. Former MA Gov. William Weld, a conservative Republican and Mitt Romney supporter, endorsed Obama.

16 comments:

Diane J Standiford said...

Some of the attacks on Obama are so low a low as Palin IQ.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, quite a comparison. Makeup and clothing costs compared to ties to known former terrorist, illegal donations and failure to produce evidence, failure to reply to court request for real birth certificate, known record of voting for death of unborn in the womb (I'm IL. resident), most outstanding liberal voting record (never crosses party lines). You get the idea. mom2

Georgia Mountain Man said...

Read this article, mom2. Quit relying on the trash from Worldnet Daily:

http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2008/jun/27/obamas-birth-certificate-part-ii/

By the way, if you don't reply to a court request, you are held in contempt.

Anonymous said...

Yes, most people are held in contempt of court. Just another reason to wonder why Obama is different. mom2

Oh, and all the voter fraud will not be investigated until AFTER the election either.

Georgia Mountain Man said...

Voter fraud is already being investigated. One of McCain's people has already been arrested.

From Times OnlineOctober 22, 2008

McCain campaign paid Republican operative accused of voter fraud

John McCain paid $175,000 of campaign money to a Republican operative accused of massive voter registration fraud in several states, it has emerged.

As the McCain camp attempts to tie Barack Obama to claims of registration irregularities by the activist group ACORN, campaign finance records detailing the payment to the firm of Nathan Sproul, investigated several times for fraud, threatens to derail that argument.

The documents show that a joint committee of the McCain-Palin campaign, the Republican National Committee and the California Republican Party, made the payment to Lincoln Strategy, of which Mr Sproul is the managing partner, for the purposes of “voter registration”.


Funny. McCain hasn't mentioned voter registration fraud since this came to light.

Georgia Mountain Man said...

By the way mom2, you keep picking on small, insignificant items to talk about. What about all of those Republicans who are jumping McCain's ship? The apparently illegal use of state travel funds by Palin? It's not mentioned there, but the pipeline that Palin keeps crowing about, and which may or may not be built, apparently has very questionable bid procedures linked to it. I suppose you won't believe any of this since, I'm sure it hasn't been covered on worldnet daily. Trust me, it's happening. Palin should probably have stayed in Alaska, where only Alaskans would have known about all this stuff or she might have been able to keep it quiet.

Anonymous said...

You think you are having fun now. Braggarts will be put in their place in due time. You may be speaking a little early again also, typical Democrat style.....crow first. I'm waiting to read more details, instead of spreading propaganda before it has been confirmed and substantiated. mom2

Georgia Mountain Man said...

Don't know what you mean by bragging. No bragging here. What I just wrote isn't propaganda. Go out and look for it. It's there. Worldnet Daily just can't bring itself to publish something factual. The bottom line here is that Obama, win or lose, has something that thinking Republicans, Democrats, and Independents think will be good for the country. At this point they really don't know what McCain stands for and they are simply afraid of him and what might happen should he not survive his first term healthy enough to remain in office. The only way to solve that problem would be impeachment. That would be very costly and I don't mean in dollars, but in drawing attention and time from all of the ailments we are coping with.

Anonymous said...

I live in the state that knows more about Obama than it cares to acknowledge. We are known for dead voters and dogs and cats voting. Conservatives can't win here. It would be nice to have honest elections again without all the whining and bellyaching, but that's what the world is coming to. It won't be a better place because Obama becomes president. mom2

Georgia Mountain Man said...

Come now, mom2, don't stretch the truth. That would be unbecoming. You have had one Democratic governor since 1977. You can't elect a conservative? Have all those dogs and cats been voting Republican?

Georgia Mountain Man said...

Come now, mom2, don't stretch the truth. That would be unbecoming. You have had one Democratic governor since 1977. You can't elect a conservative? Have all those dogs and cats been voting Republican?

Georgia Mountain Man said...

mom2, you apparently haven't read my latest post on Sarah. I cut her some slack, because I don't believe all of this mess is her fault.

Anonymous said...

I just saw the headline on Yahoo that the GOP challenge to the voter issue has been set back. I told you it would be, (until after the election). As far as the Governors were concerned, some of them were so like the Democrats that they got elected and one is now in prison. Everything else has gone Dem. for years and I used to be one of them voting for them. I saw you backed off a little and it is about time. When you get to where you can see faults on the Democrat side just once in a while, then I will slack off on you. mom2

Georgia Mountain Man said...

The Democratic side has its faults, and I will deal with them when I have time. Right now they are far overshadowed by the other sides' lies and innuendo, which I really should ignore, but it is too hard to do.

rainlillie said...

I love to watch the right-winger graps at straws. They can't accept the fact that America is no longer buying the bull$hit that the republicans are selling. They are just so irrelevant!

Anonymous said...

rainlillie, if the Dems win all seats in House and Senate and the Presidency, some leftwingers may be (graps) at something to hang onto to and I will offer you something better that the ugly word you used. Try looking unto the True source of blessings. mom2