F**king F**kstick

@#$%^&**@#!!!


Today in The Hill’s Congress Blog:

Dem lawmaker blasts “Prof. Obama” as arrogant, alienating

After observing President Obama for the last three years, it has become obvious to me that the President might prefer to be a university professor rather than do the job he holds today. While he may not realize that he feels this way, the evidence is very clear to those who work with or watch him closely.

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Many on the Democratic side wish Hillary, Governor Jerry Brown (CA), Governor Martin O’Malley (MD) or Governor Andrew Cuomo (NY) were running instead, but the President still has time to learn a thing or two from these skilled politicians. I’ll still take Professor Obama over the “goat rodeo clowns” the Republican field offers, but I fear the overall student body – American voters – will give him a failing grade next November if he doesn’t improve his performance .


Breathe in. Exhale. Relax. Om mani padme hum.

That was Dennis Cardoza, my POS congressional representative.

How soon they forget. May 23, 2008:

Today, United States Congressman Jim Costa (CA-20) and United States Congressman Dennis Cardoza endorsed Barack Obama for president. Congressman Cardoza previously supported Senator Hillary Clinton.

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Congressman Cardoza said, “This is the most important election of my lifetime. While I continue to greatly respect and admire Senator Clinton and feel she has made history with her campaign, I believe that Senator Obama will inevitably be our party’s nominee for President. He has proven himself to be a thoughtful, knowledgeable, and inspirational leader and will take America in a new direction, which we desperately need.

[…]

“I am deeply concerned about the contentious primary campaign and controversy surrounding the seating of delegates from Florida and Michigan – two states Democrats need to win in November. I will not support changing the rules in the fourth quarter of this contest through some convoluted DNC rules committee process. Yet, we must find a resolution to seat the Michigan and Florida delegates so these states’ voters are represented at the Convention. I believe we need to avoid this potentially divisive situation by uniting behind one nominee and bringing the party together immediately. Therefore, I have made the decision to support Senator Obama at the Democratic Convention in my role as a super delegate.”


So much for my rule about drink booze before lunch.



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28 Responses to F**king F**kstick

  1. crawdad says:

    So much for my rule about drink booze before lunch.

    Rules were made to be broken

  2. myiq2xu says:

    My district voted for Hillary in the primary.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Vodka and Orange juice is the perfect breakfast drink 😀

    There’s a good chance Obama will be re-elected only because the GOP has given us Larry, Moe and Curly choices instead of an iron lady Margaret Thatcher.

  4. Lulu says:

    So he is revising history. He still pulls his punch with the ending, “I’ll still take Professor Obama over the “goat rodeo clowns” the Republican field offers, but I fear the overall student body – American voters – will give him a failing grade next November if he doesn’t improve his performance .” Thanks to upstanding types like Mr. Cardoza next year there may be President Goat Rodeo Clown.

  5. Let me see if I have this right. Overrule you’re own voters, change the rules, abandon democracy, drag a weak, loser candidate over the finish line, and when you notice, like all the voters did before, that he sucks, say you wish one of the other candidates, including that one that won, were running instead. Right. Thanks for the genius insight there.

  6. OldCoastie says:

    Cardoza musta been promised something by the professor (who has now reneged)…

  7. DeniseVB says:

    Chris Matthews, Unhinged, again….

    http://www.mrc.org/biasalert/2011/20111212065918.aspx

    This is what happens when they don’t have Hillary and Sarah to kick around, heads exploding with hate have to be directed at something 🙂

  8. myiq2xu says:

    Axelrod on Gingrich:

    “The higher a monkey climbs on the pole the more you can see his butt.”

    Sarah Palin should tell him what they say in Alaska:

    “Unless you’re the lead dog the view never changes.”

  9. indigogrrl1 says:

    Professor my ass…. I hate that lie.

    • DandyTiger says:

      Good point. He’s an idiot and an asshole. Though he does like the way he looks and sounds, which is like some profs I’ve had. 🙂

    • SHV says:

      It’s a common caveat…”See I can say he’s doing a shitty job but if I say he’s academic, professorial, intelligent…blah..blah..” I’m not a raaaycist.

      If you say that Obama is a poorly educated, corrupt, sociopathic fraud, with slightly above average intellect, well….

  10. trixta says:

    Cardoza just needs to swallow. It’s not nice to complain about a meal when your mouth is full. Really, some people have no manners!

  11. kc says:

    It’s just amnesia. I’ve noticed some pundits lately having reservations about the ‘god’ they helped elect. They all need a report card of their stupid predictions.

  12. DeniseVB says:

    I’m not a Billo fan, but this was a good rant….uninformed voters, grrrr.

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/1324045242001/voters-who-dont-know-anything/?playlist_id=87485

  13. foxyladi14 says:

    Rules were made to be broken
    and usually are. 😆

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