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Vast right wing conspiracy

I just had a thought. Compare these two things:

When anyone named Clinton talks about a right wing conspiracy, they’re nuts.

But when Bush the Second talked about how we had to fight Them over there if we didn’t want to fight Them over here, he knew what he was talking about because he had access to secret information.


Just because you’re not paranoid, doesn’t mean they’re not after you.

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  1. there are fruitcakes on both sides that really do not have the best interest of the country as their priority.
    Someone said the extreme of the right and the extreme of the left form a circle.
    That circle encloses the country and keeps it from growing and being the best it can be.
    Break out of the circle and see past the horizon. In my opinion that is what Bill and Hillary Clinton do and that is why so many on both sides are afraid of them. Just think if the American people ever got wise, where would the extremist be?



  2. hk,

    “The middle of the road is the least safe place to be.”

    -George Nada (Roddy Piper) in Frank Armitage’s (John Carpenter) ‘They Live.’


  3. http://adugan-billclintonblog.blogspot.com/2009/09/bill-clinton-speaking-livestream-today.html

    If any one is interested ” big Dawg” is speaking later today



  4. Problem is the fruitcakes are starting to outnumber the rest of us.

  5. There are plenty of rich right wing nuts funding the “right wing conspiracy.” The only problem is, Obama isn’t a liberal, so what is it they are fighting?

    • Even though Obama is a corporatist just like them and possibly even politically not that far from them, he’s not in their tribe. It’s tribal warfare, it doesn’t matter that the two tribes are the same.

      • Surely the guys at the top realize he is one of them, a corporatist. They wanted their followers to believe he is a socialist, liberal, whatever. It suits their purpose. It does take a stretch of the imagination to see him as a liberal.

    • Maybe, but in this case I don’t think we’ll find a Richard Mellon Scaiffe funding it all. In fact, a lot of those Bush Pioneers were Obama backers this time. It’s possible this is holdover from the Clinton Admin funding which they’ve sort of lost control over. People like Dick Armey are prone to going off the reservation if he’s not being currently stroked.

  6. Somebody explain this to me. I read Michael Moore’s threat to Democrats who were refusing to “back/support/write the bill” that President Obama is “asking” for granting the Public Option-Universal Insurance Reform Plan for all Americans. When did Obama demand this of Congress? Why no criticism of the man himself. You know, the man that is the HEAD OF THE DEMOCRAT PARTY.

    • All I know is – when Bush wanted something passed – the White House and the Republican Congresses twisted arms and legs and other things to get it done – even WITHOUT 60 senators.
      If only Obama had really wanted the Public Option……

  7. Somebody should tell Mikey that Senate Dems are supporting the bill Bunky wants.

  8. I like Michael Moore. He’s done some brilliant work. But he’s so submerged in the koolaid, I’m not sure even CPR would do any good.

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