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Game Over

By ATWadmin On October 13th, 2008

Republicans, admit it – the game is up, resistance is futile, your words have been deflected, your ideology is in shreds, you have been found out and defeated by your foes.


All that remains is for the enemy to dispatch the wounded and claim your women.


Michelle Malkin brings us the coup de grâce :



20 Responses to “Game Over”

  1. Please don’t say Michelle trawled the net looking for examples of double standards and posted that with a straight serious face. American moonbattery in extremis exists on both sides of their political fence. When liberals seriously over-indulge you can be sure it is the fringe nutters. When Republicans indulge it is their mainstream.

  2. "When liberals seriously over-indulge you can be sure it is the fringe nutters. When Republicans indulge it is their mainstream"

    Are official Obama spokesmen "fringe nutters" then?:

    http://miamiherald.typepad.com/nakedpolitics/2008/08/obama-camp-conn.html

  3. Jamie
    you really have no clue into the pile you step into with this line "When liberals seriously over-indulge you can be sure it is the fringe nutters. When Republicans indulge it is their mainstream."

    What rock of unreality did you crawl out from?

  4. Our elections are reduced to this sort of crap?

    Count me out. I am not doing it, I’m not going there.

  5. Daphne, our elections, this one anyway, has been reduced to that. But what are we to do, take the slurs that we’re racists with a smile?

    For instance did you hear about the black man at the McCain rally who stood up and praised Mccain? He’s getting death threats! He’s being called a sell-out, Sambo, Uncle Tom, and worse. And for what? Being a black man with an opinion different from the Democrats. I asked a black girl I work with about it and she said she understood it. She said he could think it but should not have said it.

    I retorted, "Then how are modern Black Democrats different from slave masters and segregationists? Ba Boom!

  6. Some people really are that shallow. The comments are just fascinating. Those people need to get new brains.

    Where do they get that Palin is a racist anyway? Didn’t about 90% of blacks vote Obama in the primaries? Who is racist?

    I remember a few months ago you were either racist or sexist for not voting for Obama or Clinton. Now that Clinton is gone, everyone who votes Republican is a racist automatically?

  7. Reading more (yeah I know I’ve got real work to do) apparently all of us conservatives are in on a secret code that Palin wearing all white means she supports the KKK. Can someone please send me the secret email again. I seem to have missed it.

  8. Mark,

    I’ve sent you the mail – in invisible font style obviously against a WHITE background. Get with the gig.

  9. No serious person thinks Palin supports the KKK. But when she says things like Obama hangs around with terrorists she has brought the campaign to this level of stupidity. She is a mill stone offered to McCain’s drowning man.

  10. no mahons she is pointing to the fact that the emperor has no clothes and everyone outside NY an LA is loving it

  11. The right would be estatic if Palin were one TOP one the ticket.

  12. Charles , I pray that come 2012 she will be at the top of the ticket , it’ not too late to join my " Palin for President 2012 " campaign . And no , ladies , I am not thinking with my genitalia .

  13. >>I pray that come 2012 she will be at the top of the ticket ,<<

    So do I. Obama deserves a 2nd term.

    >>For instance did you hear about the black man at the McCain rally who stood up and praised Mccain? He’s getting death threats! He’s being called a sell-out, Sambo, Uncle Tom, and worse.<<

    Do you yourself even believe that story as you tell it here, Charles?
    And even if you do, you can’t expect anyone sane to believe it.

    >>I remember a few months ago you were either racist or sexist for not voting for Obama or Clinton. <<

    That’s because you read only stupid right-wing blogs and opinion-makers, the only places where such idiocies surfaced.

  14. Doctor,

    I have already indicated that I would be delighted to see Palin run in 2012 for the Presidency. The intellectual snobs can say what they want, they said the same about Reagan. Palin is fresh, principled and connects That’s why she is pilloried, demonised and ridiculed. She is a threat and the Dems and their media courtiers know it.

  15. ">>I remember a few months ago you were either racist or sexist for not voting for Obama or Clinton. <<

    That’s because you read only stupid right-wing blogs and opinion-makers, the only places where such idiocies surfaced."

    Noel that isn’t so. Take this press release issued by the New York branch of NOW (the National Organization of Women), which I like finding excuses to reprint:

    "Women have just experienced the ultimate betrayal. Senator Kennedy’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton’s opponent in the Democratic presidential primary campaign has really hit women hard. Women have forgiven Kennedy, stuck up for him, stood by him, hushed the fact that he was late in his support of Title IX, the ERA, and the Family and Medical Leave Act to name a few. Women have buried their anger that his support for the compromises in No Child Left Behind and the Medicare bogus drug benefit brought us the passage of these flawed bills. We have thanked him for his ardent support of many civil rights bills, BUT women are always waiting in the wings.

    And now the greatest betrayal! We are repaid with his abandonment! He’s picked the new guy over us. He’s joined the list of progressive white men who can’t or won’t handle the prospect of a woman president who is Hillary Clinton (they will of course say they support a woman president, just not “this” one). “They” are Howard Dean and Jim Dean (Yup! That’s Howard’s brother) who run DFA (that’s the group and list from the Dean campaign that we women helped start and grow). "They" are Alternet, Progressive Democrats of America, democrats.com, Kucinich lovers and all the other groups that take women’s money, say they’ll do feminist and women’s rights issues one of these days, and conveniently forget to mention women and children when they talk about poverty or human needs or America’s future. "

    http://www.nownys.org/pr_2008/pr_012808.html

  16. Doctor,

    " And no , ladies , I am not thinking with my genitalia ."

    Maybe you should. It might be better than whatever it is you are thinking with.

    Perhaps Pete was attempting sarcasm when he wrote:

    Republicans, admit it – the game is up, resistance is futile, your words have been deflected, your ideology is in shreds, you have been found out and defeated by your foes.

    ..but that’s actually a pretty good summary.

    It’s now quite likely that there will not only be a landslide for Obama in the presidency but also for Democrats in the congress. It looks like the GOP aren’t just going to have some time off…they are going into intensive care and onto life support. The likes of Cheney may have to spend some time living on the back of somebody’s head like Lord Voldemort in Harry Potter.

  17. Troll – actually Palin is being rejected across the board, in LA and New York, but across the nation.

    You can imagine her on top if you like (Colm don’t go there), but she’d be further behind than McCain.

  18. Mahons, I still like who Palin was a governor.

    I’m not too pleased with her new bizarre corn pone alter-ego campaign self. Why did she become a caricature of the strong, accomplished, polished woman I admired?

  19. Daphne – I think we are getting the real Palin who may have emerged in Alaska over the course of time. She has some intial interesting accomplishments, some strong points, and a future. But as one of the National Review Writers wrote, Palin doesn’t know what she doesn’t know -and that is her real problem.

  20. I have no problem with rational criticism of her ability to fulfill her potential move to the White House, that’s fair.

    You already know what I dislike about the popular, pile on, gross criticisms.

    I do disagree with your opinion, Mahons. Let’s focus on what she accomplished in office and we can disagree about her choices of governance. I’m willing to give you a fair debate on that topic.

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