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Saturday, November 07, 2009

Sour Grapes

Obsessed troll stankey scoffed:

"Deeds was a total amateur/dud who ran far to the right of Obama."

Then Obama must also be an amateur for foolishly putting his credibility and clout on the line for him (and also a dud for failing to deliver):

"Creigh understands that Virginia faces tough challenges, and solving them will require more than just lip service and political ads!"


Now THAT'S funny!

Stankey sneered:

"Corzine was a corrupt, hated individual who was voted out on those grounds."

Well someone should have told this guy that:

"Two days away from making sure that New Jersey has the kind of quality leadership that it deserves!"




Blogger John said...

"Campaigning for Mr Corzine in Hackensack on Wednesday night, Mr Obama delivered a plea that almost seemed as much for himself as the local candidate:

"I'm here today to urge you to cast aside the cynics and the sceptics, and prove to all Americans that leaders who do what's right and who do what's hard will be rewarded and not rejected."


4:00 PM  
Blogger Stanley said...

Uh...duuuh...GOP presidents never campaign for a candidate who later lose or is generally useless. How many hundred cases of that do you think I could find if I wanted to bother with a fool like you?
It's politics, moron.

So, why do you go out of your way to make a fool of yourself? It happens, naturally, every time you open your mouth, quit trying so hard.

8:15 PM  
Blogger Stanley said...

Well, someone has sour grapes...

NY-23 gave Democrats another seat in the House, 27 of 29 congressional seats in New York and 258 seats overall. The outcome also was significant because it’s very rare for the party controlling the White House to flip control of a seat that way. Owens’ victory in New York’s 23rd was the first time since 2001 and only the sixth time in the past 30 years that has happened. And not since 1980 had a Democratic White House claimed a special election victory in a Republican-held district. Because of their unusual timing and low turnouts, special elections present challenging circumstances for the party in control of the White House in part because the opposition party is usually more ginned up than the defending party in these sorts of races.

8:19 PM  
Blogger John said...

Stankey confessed:

"It's politics, moron."

Right. Same-ol', same-ol.' That's just one of the reasons why the hopenchanger, at this early phase of the game, suffered the worst plunge in popularity in 50 years.

"I reject the politics of the past!" the messiah announced.

He must have meant that the politics of the past were insufficiently Machiavellian.

8:09 AM  
Blogger John said...


"Creigh understands that Virginia faces tough challenges, and solving them will require more than just lip service and political ads!"


"Two days away from making sure that New Jersey has the kind of quality leadership that it deserves!"


8:10 AM  
Blogger John said...

"NY-23 gave Democrats..."

...a ridiculous, overcompensating pretense at "Victory!" that tries to deflect attention away not only from the very-telling loss of two big blue states (one deeply blue, one newly--but delusively--so) but the redenning of the entire state of NY at the grassroots level because Republicans won key local races in the burbs surrounding the state capital Albany and the cities of Rochester and Buffalo, and elsewhere--seats formerly held by Democrats.

The very red Hoffman, it bears repeating, won 45% of the vote in the much ballyhooed NY23 with a split ticket.

Meanwhile, the liberal Mecca of NY (and, perhaps, the nation), NYC, is hemorrhaging millionares as fast as Obama is bleeding approvals.

What these angry neurotics here are doing is trying to spin very bad news into good news via the defense mechanisms of denial ("WE WON!"), rationalization ("Here's how we won: If you look at the world this way, by standing on your head..."), overcompensation ("NY23! NY23! NY23! NY23...!"), and simple bullying and deceit.

"Get in their faces," their Master ordered.

Problem is, when neurotic metrosexuals and ectomorphic Marxists try to play toughguy with conservatives, noses get bloodied (but not the conservatives').

I wouldn't keep pushing if I were them. The country has not yet begun to push back.

8:59 AM  
Blogger Kelly said...

John, your post is so aptly named...Stanlee or is it Stanley is as sour as sour gets.

Mad mad mad !!

9:50 AM  
Blogger John said...

With a president in the White House and a super majority in Congress, this is as good as it gets for them (while it lasts, because it has a very short shelf life). But they're still very angry. They have emotional problems. Very unpleasant people.

9:58 AM  
Blogger Kelly said...

If things are as good as it gets...WHY in H*** are they still mad???

Because we won't bow to them...and people keep voting conservative.

10:08 AM  
Blogger John said...

Because they have a mental illness. They have emotional problems. It's obvious to any objective observer.

10:32 AM  
Blogger John said...

They're sore losers for the same reason you get bedsores, because you're in bed too much in one position (i.e. they've been losers for a long time and in the same position).

They're very ungracious winners because they're not used to winning and don't know what it means to behave like a winner.

Meanwhile, they subscribe to an ideology in which, in an ideal world, there are no "winners" or "losers," so they're profoundly confused about what it means to win or lose and act like losers when winning, and are the winners at losing.

11:35 AM  
Blogger Stanley said...

Talk about sick and obsessed.

NY down to TWO GOP congressional seats...Bloomberg barely ekes it out after spending over $30,000,000, Kerik pleads guilty, Bruno on trial...and NY 23. Wow! That's some red state.

12:05 PM  
Blogger John said...

I never called NY a red state, stankey. I said that it actually got redder--statewide, in the burbs and the surrounding environs--since Obama was elected.

Just like Virginia.

And Jersey, too, stankey.

And I never said there was a resurging, Republican "tide."

That's just you having to hyperbolically misquote me in order to make my position sound ridiculous, and so discredit me, because accurately quoting me would accomplish no such things.

In other words, you're just making shit up.

You're lying.

The point is that it was you miscreants on the left who were gloating about some resurging liberal tide, a "realignment" that was supposed to have crashed down upon and "broken the backs" of the right, and washed away for good the last remnants of the GOP.

You're still waiting for that to happen, imminently, any day now, while you lose two states and beautiful upstate NY takes on a ruddy hue just in time for Autumn.

So when you try to ridicule me for supposedly engaging in the same delusion that you yourself sucked in like a bong hit--i.e. that it was I, not you, who destroyed his credibility and made a fool of himself by boasting about some "tide" that never quite reached the shore-- you are, of course, projecting.

See, stankey, if any of that "Doomsday For The Gop" crap that you were gloating about --and still gloat over--was true, neither Christie nor McDonnel would have had a snowball's chance in hell of turning deep blue Jersey red, or taking VA back, especially when--as posted here, twice--"The O Man" aggressively stumped for their opponents, and within a year after the fabled "re-alignment" and "End of the Gop" supposedly occurred with last year's anamolous election.

But none of it was true.

10:56 PM  

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