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Democrat Psycho-Circus

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Democrat Psycho Circus

The leadership of the Democrat Party is always a shining light on how not to lead. In their finite wisdom, they once deemed it necessary to implement a system of super-delegates that could override the choice of the voters. This has laughably resulted in what can be termed as a Psycho-Circus. A typical result when those with a demented vision of power are in charge.

It is easy to see why the Democrats might mistakenly think this was a good idea. With two presidential prospects so patently unqualified to be anything except a burden on taxpayers, the possibility of selecting another candidate would seem more attractive. Yes, the super-delegates are free to choose anyone they like despite the elections – even a third party. A system created from the now democrat-socialist mindset where the few choose for the many.

It’s unclear at this point if the super-delegates will override the will of the people, but the door is open for future corruption. Isn’t it amazing how corruption is accepted when it’s done one step at a time. A prime example of this might be the democrat party making it possible for illegal aliens to vote.

So who will be the winner?

On one side, we have Hillary Clinton claiming to be the ultimate handyman of the ages. A person ready to go from day one and qualified to fix everything! We know this is not even close to truth, but there is that Clinton psychotic reputation of lying just for the sake of lying. Her desire for complete government control is the main concern, which makes her and Obama’s positions virtually the same.

On the other side, there is Barack Hussein Obama. The candidate of change who expresses his goal of changing the US into the very socialist society we spent half a century trying to defeat. Obama is a student of Marx and his short voting record backs up this vision. He wishes to impose the miserable existence of socialism on a trusting people who have forgotten what life is without freedom. He fully intends to destroy capitalism by allowing government to take away more and more from private business and citizens. It’s bad enough now, but under his vision everyone must depend on government for everything. His motives are many, but I expect the need for payback on a country and people he was taught to hate says it all.

The one beacon of sanity in all of this is that John McCain can defeat either of these Psycho-Circus candidates. He is not the perfect choice, but far better than the creeping virus of socialism and devastation we can expect from the alternative.

Written by Lord Crimson

April 24, 2008 at 4:04 pm

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  1. Hi LC,

    Nice to have you back!

    As to the Democrats having screwed up, that’s obvious on the surface, but if we look a bit deeper it may be different. Consider, for instance, just how much free press coverage the two remaining candidates are getting, and not on the real issues either! By the time the liberals get around to choosing someone to run for President, that person will appear to be a real fighter who is willing to go through this difficult process just for the chance to serve the American people. On the other hand, McCain will look like he’s so old that he desperately needed the rest, and the only thing most people will remember about him is that he was tortured by Communists for several years.

    As to the Democrat Convention, Super Delegates, and all that, you are correct on the ability of the SDs to vote at will. Also, if I have heard correctly, it turns out that their elected delegates are not bound to vote for a specific candidate! While this is not something I would have expected from the party of the nanny state, it certainly does present material for wild mental games. They could, for instance and after a few drinks, some weed, and a rousing chorus of Cum Bah Yah, pick Al Gore on the first round of voting! Fortunately, the end of the world is in 4 years, 7 months, and 27 days, so we won’t have to suffer for too long 🙂

    the Grit

    the Grit

    April 25, 2008 at 7:30 pm

  2. Hi Grit

    You are correct about the free Democrat coverage, but you can be sure it’s not the type of coverage they desire. As for McCain – he is old! I’d say after his recent attack on the GOP in North Carolina that he is a bit mental as well. This is why his choice of running mate is extremely important.

    Your mention of Al Gore is met with a cold chill because you may be right on target. If so, 4 years, 7 months and 27 days will seem like an eternity. Like the great Meatloaf predicted… “We’ll be praying for the end of time. ”

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    April 25, 2008 at 10:51 pm

  3. Hi LC,

    What? Meatloaf again!

    As to McCain being mental, who wouldn’t be a bit off after being tortured by the VC for five years? Heck, who wouldn’t be mental just from lack of TV and/or Internet access for five years? There’s also that thing with his hair trigger temper and having the authority to launch nuclear weapons. That really going to make me sleep better at night.

    My honest feeling is that Gore is considering a coup at the Convention. You might have noticed that he’s staid out of sight for a good while now. Don’t be surprised if he emerges from his lair much slimmer and ready to save the Party by making the supreme sacrifice of accepting the nomination.

    the Grit

    the Grit

    April 26, 2008 at 5:09 pm

  4. Hi again,

    I forgot to mention my other theory on Gore’s absence from public view. It could well be that he’s training for a surprise entry into the Summer Olympic Games. There’s a post in there somewhere.

    the Grit

    the Grit

    April 26, 2008 at 5:12 pm

  5. Hi Grit

    Yeah, Meatloaf with a little ketchup please. I could have gone with one of your favorites Jethro Tull but Mr. Loaf won the toss.

    McCain has a long reputation of sticking it to the GOP. This could be a result of his tortured past and certainly explains the temper. It would be just like him to pick a non-repub like Lieberman as his VP.

    Mr. Gore is not the type to just disappear from the limelight for long. If you are right there’s a good chance that he is on a diet, preparing for the grand entrance. This super-delegate scheme has opened the door to a great many possibilities.

    Gore in an Olympic Games event… Now that paints a picture.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    April 26, 2008 at 6:32 pm

  6. Hi LC,

    As to the Gore Olympics and pictures, I have that project under way.

    the Grit

    the Grit

    April 27, 2008 at 5:21 pm

  7. Hi Grit

    It should be interesting and no doubt unforgettable.

    Lord Crimson

    Lord Crimson

    April 28, 2008 at 9:44 pm

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