Skip to comments.The left’s war against Bush
Posted on 08/25/2002 12:54:28 PM PDT by Tailgunner Joe
Despite what the Democrats and their media allies are still insinuating, Bush won the presidency and he did it fair and square. Contrary to the evidence that morally bankrupt Dems are beyond redemption, some Republicans are naive enough to think they are dealing with basically decent people. No they aint. Do these Republicans honestly think, for example, that the vicious race-baiting Charles B. Rangel would consider giving Bush a break? This hypocrite spent so much time licking Castros bloodstained boots he had to have several tongue transplants.
Then we had Tom Jim Crow Daschle try to strip military personnel of their right to vote. Well, not exactly. Unable to give them the kind of kind of literary tests that Democrats used to give blacks to keep them out of the polling booths (remember that one Jesse call me Uncle Tom Jackson?) he tried to stop them voting on their bases. Where does he expect them to vote? He doesnt, of course. Not until they learn to behave just like most inner city blacks. Now let us not forget Patrick The Leaker Leahy, the Senator from Vermont who sometimes looks as if hes got rabies. (Republican victories do that to some folks).
Backing these honourable men are leftwing organisations like People for the American Way whose president is Ralph G. Neas. A more accurate title would be Americans for the Soviet Way. But hey, these are deconstructed times and American can now mean anything except what it used to mean. The result is that freedom-loving Democrats like Charlie Rangel, whose favourite pastime is carrying Castros luggage, can demand every vote should countexcept those cast for Republicans. This is the same Charlie who doesnt mind playing Stepinfetchit for a murderous Cuban thug, so what right does any American patriot have to demur when Charlie boy smears a Republican president?
These thugs will never let up. Should Bush worry? Yes, because this lot are not alone; they are merely part of the poisonous tip of a venomous campaign whose main ingredient is unadulterated hate and Bush is their target. In this campaign of subversion and delegitimisation they have the full support of the mainstream medias brown shirts who believe that not only should every vote be counted but that Democrats votes should be counted at least twice.
Readers might recall that I have referred in several articles to the Marxist IPS (Institute for Policy Studies) which is based in Washington. This outfit acted as a front for the KGB during the Cold War; there is not one Soviet issue or policy directive these so-called loyal Americans did not support. I do not know of a single anti-American terrorist group whose atrocities it did not rationalise. There is not one communist dictatorship to which it did not offer support.
Today, this group of socialist fanatics still pay homage to the sadistic Castro, glorifying his tyranny and denying his crimes. Now why should this matter at this point? Because the people I just named: Rangel, Neas, Leahy and Daschle all have direct or indirect links to the IPS. And these are only four among scores on the Hill, including Teddy Kennedy, who still needs to be asked a few questions about his links to the late Orlando Letelier, a member of the IPS and an agent for the DGI (Cubas General Directorate of Intelligence which was under the control of a KGB general) and who also worked with the Stasi, the East German secret police and intelligence agency.
As we can see, though Zipper is out of the White House and his partner the Green Oracle has been vanquished to the margin, at least for now, the ideological struggle will intensify. Bush has got the ammo, what he needs, however, are willing and able troops to fire it.
|Where I come from, it's called "balls".|
here is a great article from yesterday written by a Canadian for the Attawa Citizen
A lot of people think Bush is stupid, naive, or timid. Personally, I think he took that old saying "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes." to heart. I distinctly remember the South Carolina primary, necessary for him to continue forward in the campaign. I don't think John McCain would call him naive, timid, or stupid.
Using that primary for my template, I would guess that the democrats are in for a lot of unpleasant surprises after Labor Day.
"Do these Republicans honestly think, for example, that the vicious race-baiting Charles B. Rangel would consider giving Bush a break? This hypocrite spent so much time licking Castros bloodstained boots he had to have several tongue transplants."
Next to Elle MacPherson, I like this Aussie the best!
And he gave us our marching orders on Inauguration Day ....... he told us we need to be citizens, not spectators.
On to victory in November!