Mar 15, 2006

Is That What Maureen Is Calling About...?


Anonymous Pat Caddell said...

Fitz, Obama would make a good choice for VP!

5:19 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Yeah yeah yeah, Barack Obama is a Hawaii homegrown boy. We love him here.
So Veep or Potus, I'm waiting for him to run.

5:25 PM  
Anonymous Sammy Samoan said...

Yeah, yeah, yeah, hang loose, haole girl. ;)

5:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I think that woman and other polticians are so afraid of Hillary Clinton. I wouldn't write of Ms. Clinton. Whether Clinton runs for President or not, she is a dangerous tool and a great asset to the next Democrat who runs in 2008. And don't cross off Obama. I agree with Kit. He would make a great VP, President, and any great cabinet member to the WH!

5:33 PM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

Maureen loves to write nasty things about Hillary. It is almost pathological.This gives me some distress because I admire both ladies.

However, I must agree with Dowd's comments on the Democrats. As a life long Republican who changed to Independent several years ago, I sure wish the Demos would show some strength and cohesion.

5:49 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Hillary knew what was going on when she gave Bush the power to mess up everything with this war, with the NSA do ALL the damage that he's done.

Then they (Hillary and the lily-livered Dems) claim they were given faulty information?! Listen, if I knew the war was bogus, you can't tell me that Hillary didn't know. I think she is part of the problem.

Of course she's better than Bush. You can say that about anybody that is not part of his posse. But Hillary did not speak up at the right time about the right things, when she could have, due to "expediency". She's just another politician. Yes she's shrewd and smart but I don't think she is electable if there is such a word.

I think Barack is great. Fitz and Barack?

6:17 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Well, it's certainly time for either a woman, African American, Latino.....anyone, really, that represents ALL the real people who've been totally abandoned by
this administration. I WILL NOT
SUPPORT any of the same old, same old in the next election. I don't have a whole lot of years left, but
I'm going to make them count, for my children and grandchildren and
those after them. My own kids are decendents of those who settled this country and helped to make it free and independent. I, for one, will not go down without a fight.

6:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Fitz and Barack, Bluewild? Interesting pair.... But, I don't think Fitz wants to run for office. He clearly mention that again and again. There is so much to cleanup in politics and the WH. You have a point about Hillary especially on her vote towards Iraq. That is something that she has to live with among the others who voted to go to Iraq. By all means, Hillary is not perfect. But, she is a smart woman. And believe me, she will have to explain to her supporters on many of the decisions that she made. But, all this talk about Hillary is simply people being afraid of her. I do agree that Democratic Party is in shambles. Howard Dean has heard from me via email about his dyfunctional party. I do like Barack. But, the bottom line is that whoever runs for President will have a very hard time gaining the trust of the American people due to the damage control by this Administration. Both Democrats and GOP will have their work cut out for them.

6:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Forgot to add: All of the Democrats and GOP need to be held accountable for all of their decisions that they make. And that goes for Congress! All of the parties (since you mention Hillary) need stop focusing on attacking one another on issues and focus on the people. That is why they are in office: to serve the people! Good night you all!

6:40 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

oh, yeah, and I'm not running for office

7:13 PM  
Blogger Strategerie said...

Whomever the Democrats decide is running for POTUS in 2008 better have a stomach lining made of cast iron, and the thickest skin in history. It's going to take years to clean up the mess the Bush administration has left all of us in.

That person will have to make some highly unpopular decisions, and it better be someone who knows what they're doing, and has the backbone to stand behind his or her solutions to the myriad of problems we face. I'm also thinking we need experience as well, and someone who can at least dialogue with those Republicans who are more interested in saving the nation from complete financial collapse than posturing and giving lip service to "bipartisanship".

I'm a lifelong Democrat. Hillary Clinton is not our candidate. Neither is Barack Obama.

Of course, IMHO, YMMV.

8:47 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Ok here's my thoughts. Hillary has the backing of big bills and the Republicans are not getting as much. Obama is great but why not push him to the top they by making Dems like undecided. Now as for McCain well he just got caught dealing with the lobbiest for Arnie illegally, he is cheerleading for Bush and I know what the Tillman family think of his lack of honesty. Just set back and what the show. As for Maureen she's looking for prime time or GOP money to keep from pushing the Dems.

9:15 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Ones who are likely to run...

At this moment in time, Russ Feingold looks good. At least he is speaking loud and clear, instead of wussy around the edges. It may be for show, but at least he's not sounding like a DEMLICAN.

10:07 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Looks like Harkin and Boxer have joined Feingold now in the censure.
Maybe we will see a few more with a spine after all!

10:29 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Feingold is looking like the only Hero up there among both parties

7:28 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Tell the Senate: Censure Bush on Illegal Wiretapping

To support Feingold's censure of Bush.

Copies go to your local Congress people.

9:47 AM  
Anonymous e said...

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11:10 AM  
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11:11 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

There is a movie called V for Vendetta that will be a theatre near you. Interesting plot:

"In 'V for Vendetta,' a masked man hijacks a state-run television station and chastises viewers for giving in to a government that has stoked a culture of fear and systematically stripped them of their liberties. "

Doesn't this sound like art imitating life?

1:34 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

I heard about this movie. Michael Medved is trashing this movie left and right. He is calling this movie V for Vile. He is also trashing Hollywood for their lack of support for Bush.
Medved is a joke. If I want an opinion about a movie I listen to Roeper and Ebert.

1:39 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, Ebert and Roeper gave the movie two thumbs up! A lot of trashing about the movie simply scare people from seeing the movie. Tjis movie is too close to home. The movie theater should pull out of their archives and re-release "1984" based on George Orwell's book. Orwell's theme in his book is the replica of the Bush Administration.

4:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obama, Hillary, they are all sellouts don't even give it a thought.

DLC on both sides, the democrats and republicans.

The only one who should even think about it now is Feingold thats for sure.

7:41 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

well... yes, that is what she was calling about...!


Barack? hmmmmmmm, I'll think on that one...

Hillary? not on your Cabinet; close but, not too close.

Radioactive comes to mind.

8:25 AM  
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10:35 PM  

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