Posts Tagged ‘Bill Clinton’

Monica Lewinsky and Why the Left Should Feel Ashamed

Posted by Troy on 6th May 2014 in Current Events, Political

She’s come back into the news, and her name brings up some old issues for me.  Her case definitely makes you see the hypocrisy of the left.  We had a much younger intern who was taken advantage of and seduced by her boss.  Had her boss been the head of a Fortune 500 company, NOW and the left in general would have called for his head (unless the boss in question was a major donor to the Democrats).  Instead, they rallied around her boss.  Why?  Because he was a Democrat and he was a President.  Make no mistake, if the tables were turned, Republicans probably would have done the same in the face of a Republican President because it is never about the offense but rather if they have a D or an R after their name.  So you had a President lie.  Not only did he lie, but he showed how much contempt he had for the American people by trying to convince us that he did not lie because it really depends on what the definition of “is” is.  Recall that?  He thinks we’re all morons.  But rather than get mad at a man taking advantage of a woman, what did they do?  They attacked the girl.  They called her horrible names and talked about her weight and how unattractive she was.  Again, if another woman was in that position, they would have run to her aid, but since protecting Bill was their top priority, they chewed her up and spat her out.  Was she fashion model quality?  No, but she was far from the pig the media made her out to be.  She went on to become a social pariah and the butt of a joke.  Meanwhile, they elevated him to Olympus.  There is no one that I will defend if they are in the wrong, and I damn sure wouldn’t shred the victim of someone I thought was in the wrong.  For shame!

Long Live the Constitution!

Bill Clinton’s lament

Posted by Troy on 5th November 2012 in Current Events, Political

Some people are accrediting Obama’s impending victory on Clinton’s endorsement.  These are the reasons why Bill Clinton will end up regretting his support of Barrack Obama should he win a second term:

1)  I don’t really think that Clinton likes Obama.  I don’t he’s liked him since 2008.  I think that he knows Obama is inept and is as dirty a politician as any other.  ie, he’ll lie or do whatever it takes to make what he wants happen.

2)  Four more years of Obama will leave this country destroyed.  There is no way that Hillary will ever have a shot at being President as people will blame the massive destruction at Obama’s feet.  He will be unable to blame it on Bush after 8 years, particularly in 2014 when provisions of the Health Care Act destroy the economy.

3)  Even if that was not true, the truth about Libya will come out.  Given Hillary’s “my bad” speech where she took full responsibility, she will never be trusted as Commander in Chief.  She couldn’t even handle the security of an embassy.  Do you think they will give her control of the armed forces?

4)  Obama is no Bill Clinton.  God bless him.  All Bill wanted to do was have sex with interns and be beloved.  As such, he moved to the center, and the House Republicans gave him balanced budgets and welfare reform.  Obama will never do that.

5)  Bill is ruining his own legacy.  Hear me out:  he is making a liar of himself (okay, that’s an easy job for him, but still!).  There is no way Obama will do anything like he suggests.  Obama will never reduce the deficit.  His policies will not improve the economy.  He will never bring us together.  Things will fall apart.

Hillary’s shot may all be dead already.  However, if Obama is re-elected, her fate is sealed.

Long Live the Constitution!

Another Day of Idiots at the Democratic National Convention

Posted by Troy on 5th September 2012 in Current Events, Political

How telling is it that they had to take a vote to bring the word “God” back to the Convention.  Apparently snubbing the religion of 80% of the country was a bad move.  How funny is it that they had to take the vote three times?  It’s even funnier that the Democrats at the Convention were too stupid to take the hint and say “aye!”  You can hear the lady in the back ground say “Go ahead and do it anyway,” or something to that effect.  After it was announced that 2/3rds said yes, everyone booed.  There was no way more than 50% said “aye,” but there you go.  At least the Republicans didn’t have to take a vote to be able to say “God bless America.”

I won’t be shopping at Costco anytime soon.  Not that we have one around here anyway, but if we did…  Is this what the American Spirit has been reduced to?  ”Anyone can succeed with a lot of hard work, a little luck, and a little help from their neighbors and their country.”  What the hell is that?!  When did that creep in?  It’s sickening.  As now we have have to have help to succeed.  I guess you can’t keep a good man down as long as he had some financial assistance from the taxpayers.  Right?

I’m sick of labor unions.  Please show me one Republican that is for the abolition of labor unions?  They just want to end the practice of forcing people to join unions.  The time of unions have come and gone.  The unions should be put back in the toolbox as any good tool after its usefulness has worn out, to be brought back out if the need arises.  Have you ever wondered what happened to the typewriter makers?  Oh, their time came and went?  Right.  So we closed the plants.  Do we keep on making stuff that no one wants or needs?  (I am aware you CAN buy a typewriter still)

As far as Fluck goes, who is talking about taking the right to contraception away?  We just expect you to pay for it yourself.  Look, if you need contraception for a medical condition, that is one thing.  If not, then it is a recreational drug.  Buy it yourself, yo.  It’s cheap!  Do away with your data plan on your smart phone and you’ll have cash to spare for that contraception.  No biggie.  Oh, and where were all these women for the past decades while men pay more for auto insurance?  I didn’t hear any complaints then (not even from men).

Next, I want to talk about Elizabeth Warren saying that corporations aren’t people, and they aren’t.  They aren’t people in the same way that churches are not people.  Schools are not people.  Families are not people.  Communities are not people.  Towns are not people.  Countries are not people…but they are, aren’t they?  They are made up of people.  As such, what hurts these GROUPS OF PEOPLE actually HURTS PEOPLE.  I know it’s a hard concept to figure out, but give it a try.

And that brings us to Clinton.  Ah, Clinton.   I miss Clinton.  You could send him a bus of well-marbled interns and keep him busy for days.  I wish we could do the same for Obama.  First, Obama is not Clinton.  Clinton moved to the Center after the people slapped him with the 1994 election.  Obama did not.  All Obama did was say he would do what he wants without going through Congress.  For a Constitutional scholar, I guess he missed the whole “separations of powers” thing.  Obama, you can’t do that.  You don’t get to say how the money is spent.  I love these jobs numbers.  We have not added near enough jobs to handle the new people entering the workforce.  As such, that is a net loss of jobs.  If you need 200,000 jobs a month to maintain the employment rate and you only get 100,000, you didn’t gain 100,000, you went down another 100,000 jobs.  Not good.  Clinton argues that the Republicans claim that the Democrats want everyone dependent of government.  Gee golly, I don’t know why you would get that idea after the Democrat National Convention considering how they tell you that the only way anyone succeeds is by government spending and government programs.  Did you notice that?  In the lexicon of the Democrats, only the hand of the Government keeps you from falling into the fiery pits of Hell (or whatever Hell is for them).  Finally, here’s the thing on Obamacare: they put all the popular things in the first 2 years of it.  This is because they need these to get elected.  This law is the hammer to small businesses.  In 2014, the economy will crash and burn if Obamacare is left in place.  Let me also break down a little Constitutional law for ya: Clinton claimed that the Republicans are the ones that caused the debt (Reagan, Bush, and Bush).  Hey, dummy, Presidents are not the ones that do the spending.  That is Congress.  The majority of deficit spending has come at the hands of Democratically controlled Houses.  Fact.  Can’t deny it.  Why is it that the Democrats want me to get felt up before I can fly but think getting an ID is too much to vote?  Also, the Dream Act has caused immigration enforcement to be impossible.  Amazingly, everyone that is caught has said that they came as a young child!  Golly!  That didn’t take long, did it?

Again, how dare you invoke the Founding Fathers!  Nothing in your platform would have ANY support from the Founding Fathers.  You disgust me.

So, in summary: more fear, more bashing, and more class warfare.