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calendar   Monday - August 21, 2006

Polarization

OK, I’m hereby giving all of you fair warning: the current issue of TIME is about to hit the streets and The Hildabeast is once again (the tenth time) on the cover with the cover story titled “Ready To Run”. Unfortunately, you have to be a subscriber to read the entire article by Karen Tumulty, however the brief excerpt below should give you a good idea of what to expect.

If Hillary runs and is elected this nation will be ripped apart. Period. If there are people out there who think President Bush has been a divisive figure, let me be the first to tell them, “you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.” TIME’s poll really says it all. People either love her devoutly or hate her very guts. There is no in-between. I’m reminded of 1860 when all the Southern states (Democrats at the time) said that if that “abolitionist monkey” Lincoln was elected there’d be hell to pay. And there was.

In recent years the polarized divide in this country has grown into an abyss of gargantuan proportions. I’m referring to the Grand Canyon between the Left and the Right, between Liberals and Conservatives, between Democrats and Republicans. Harsh words and insane rhetoric fly back and forth with foaming at the mouth madness coming from Lefty blogs like DailyKOS and MoveOn.org and Democratic Underground. The rants from the Right-wing blogs are considerably more intelligent but just as partisan.

The battle lines are being drawn. The first salvos are being fired on the blogs and in the media. Two radically opposing viewpoints are choosing up sides and all this tinderbox needs is a match thrown in the middle. That would be Hillary. For the sake of my country and my children I sincerely hope she is content to stay in the Senate and commiserate with Teddy Kennedy over “what might have been.” The alternative is unthinkable ...

imageimageReady To Run
(TIME) - August 28, 2006

Should Hillary run? Could Hillary win? Is this a dynasty in the making? Is a Clinton candidacy good for the republic? Normally, those would be questions that only political consultants would be asking at this stage, but given the outsize status of both Clintons, ordinary voters are already wondering the same thing. Hillary would step into the race as the instant front runner, but the risks would be enormous.

It is hard to imagine a greater vindication than seeing the second President ever impeached hold the Bible as his wife takes the oath of office. But if Hillary ran and lost, both Clintons would come out tarnished--no small consideration when a promising Senate career and a presidential legacy are in the balance. So sensitive is the question of Hillary’s future that both Clintons refused to let TIME interview them about it, and they discouraged those around them from talking, which explains why nearly all the people who did talk did so on the condition that their name not be used.

Other candidates may have a chance to persuade voters of their merits, but people have pretty much made up their mind about Hillary. Only 3% of those surveyed in the TIME poll said they had no opinion of her, positive or negative. She is the inkblot test of a polarized electorate. In the TIME poll, Democrats overwhelmingly describe her as a strong leader (77%) who has strong moral values (69%). Republicans by and large see an opportunist who would say or do anything to further her political ambitions (68%) and puts her political interests ahead of her beliefs (60%). As for independents, more than half (53%) of those surveyed said they would not support her, with 34% putting themselves in the “definitely not” category.

- More Hillary cheerleading at TIME (subscribers only) ...


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/21/2006 at 09:25 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - August 15, 2006

Barking Moonbat Of The Week

imageimageThis week the coveted Horse’s Ass Trophy goes to .... The Hildabeast .... again. This makes about the four thousandth time by my reckoning. Sooner or later we’re just gonna have to induct this beeyatch into the Hall of Fame if she keeps up. Fresh from her dazzling performance stabbing Joe Lieberman in the back, Slick Willie’s wife is on the warpath, claiming President Bush isn’t doing enough to make the country safe from terrorists.

Where has this pitiful excuse for a Senator been hiding lately? To the best of my recollection, there hasn’t been an attack on American soil since September 11, 2001. How do you improve on a perfect record? How do you do better than zero attacks since the administration took steps to fight the war on terror. That would be the war that her husband ignored for eight years while keeping busy staining intern’s dresses and lying to grand juries. Congratulations, Hillary. Once again you have proven you’re a complete horse’s ass. Here is your trophy. Enjoy ...

imageimageSen. Clinton Faults Bush on Security
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (AP) - Aug 15, 6:56 AM (ET)

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, a possible contender for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination in 2008, on Monday criticized the Bush administration for failing to do enough to protect the country from terrorists.

Clinton’s comments came after authorities in the United Kingdom last week said they thwarted a terror plot involving airplanes bound from Britain to the United States. Conspirators allegedly planned to blow up as many as 10 planes flying from Britain to the United States using liquid explosives, which the U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s security equipment cannot detect in carry-on luggage.

“We’ve done some things right,” the New York senator said at a community event in Schenectady. “Obviously we’ve beefed up airport security in some ways, but as we’ve learned over the last week not in every way that matters. We still have not done what we need to do to protect our ports, our borders, our bridges, our transit systems, our rail lines, it’s a long list.”

“I don’t think our long-term strategy for homeland security is yet what it needs to be,” she said.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/15/2006 at 11:33 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - August 09, 2006

MY EYES! MY EYES!

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Hildabeast Busted!

The sculpture ‘The Presidential Bust of Hillary Rodham Clinton: the First Woman President of the United States of America’ sits on display at the Museum of Sex in New York August 9, 2006.

Artist Daniel Edwards claims to have been inspired to make the piece after actress Sharon Stone said Clinton could never be president because she is a sexual being.

-- REUTERS/Keith Bedford (UNITED STATES)


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 08/09/2006 at 02:25 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - July 29, 2006

Saturday Silliness

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/29/2006 at 05:40 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - June 04, 2006

The Plan

In 1980, Ronald Reagan promised a “Morning In America” and in 1994, Republicans proposed a “Contract With America”. Now in 2006 the Democratic Party has a plan of their own ...

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 06/04/2006 at 01:57 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - May 18, 2006

The Hildabeast Solves Abortion Problem

The gospel according to Hillary: get rid of Conservatives (a.k.a. “right-wing ideologues") and the abortion problem will be solved. It is the evil neo-cons who are withholding contraception who are to blame for the rising abortion rate.

Does this woman ever stop blathering long enough to actually listen to what she is saying? Only Babs Streisand manages to come close to the ridiculous accusations this woman constantly throws out there. If right-wingers won’t let people have condoms, birth control pills or common sense (two of which are readily available practically everywhere in this country - even though the third is in short supply in blue states) then why are those same right-wingers so against abortion.

As usual, the Hildabeast’s logic totally escapes me. This whole “vast right-wing conspiracy” gig is getting kinda tired and lame, if you ask me. If anything, there is a true “vast left-wing conspiracy” going on around here and they don’t want any competition. So why don’t we all help the Hildabeast. Take all your used condoms, carefully wash them, wrap them nicely and send them to Hillary. Explain to her that you want to help her cause and that Al Gore told you to recycle so you’re just doing your part to save the women and the planet. A true Liberal “two-fer” ....

imageimageHillary Clinton: Right Wingers to Blame for Abortion
Wednesday, May 17, 2006 11:07 p.m. EDT

2008 White House hopeful Hillary Clinton is blaming right wing “ideologues” for denying women access to contraceptives - leaving them no choice but to end their unwanted pregnancies with abortion.

The move to withhold contraceptives “was started by a small group of extreme ideologues who claim the right to impose their personal beliefs on the overwhelming majority of the American people,” Clinton declared in an e-mail to supporters on Wednesday.

“They’re waging this silent war on contraception by using the power of the White House and their right-wing allies in Congress,” she complains, adding, “and so far, they’re getting away with it.”

So just how are these right wing ideologues driving up the abortion rate? Clinton explains: “Low-income women, denied access to contraception, are having more unwanted pregnancies - four times as many as those for higher income women. And almost half of all unwanted pregnancies end in abortions.”

The former first lady didn’t explain, however, why - in places like New York City, where high school nurses’ offices distribute candy-flavored condoms - the abortion rate continues to soar.

In January, for instance, the New York Daily News reported: “For every 100 babies born in New York City, women had 74 abortions in 2004, according to newly released figures that reaffirm the city as the abortion capital of the country ... That means 40 out of 100 pregnancies in the city ended in a planned abortion - almost double the national average of 24 of 100 pregnancies in 2002.”

- More drivel from the Hildabeast at NEWSMAX ...


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 05/18/2006 at 02:59 PM   
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calendar   Monday - March 27, 2006

Most Ridiculous Headline Of The Day (so far)

“Sharon Stone: Hillary Clinton ‘Too Sexy’ to Run for President”
- The National Ledger: March 27, 2006

“I think Hillary Clinton is fantastic. But I think it is too soon for her to run. This may sound odd, but a woman should be past her sexuality when she runs. Hillary still has sexual power, and I don’t think people will accept that. It’s too threatening,” Stone says in the new issue of Hollywood Life magazine.

wtf


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/27/2006 at 06:42 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - March 08, 2006

A Bedtime Story

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Michael Ramirez—The Los Angeles Times


MSNBC (March 2): Bill Clinton Helped Dubai On Ports Deal

MSNBC (March 4): Hillary Clinton Unaware Of Bill’s Dubai Ties

Hey, Bill! You’re not keeping secrets from the wife again, are you?


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/08/2006 at 07:17 AM   
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calendar   Friday - March 03, 2006

Bubba Takes The Money And Runs

Interestingly, a few hours ago Senator Shrillary Clinton came out and said she had no idea Bill had taken money from these people or that he advised them on the ports deal. That woman has got to be the most out-of-touch person on the planet ... or the biggest liar. We report, you decide ....

imageimageDubai’s ‘Boycott Israel’ Sheik
Funded Bill Clinton

Thursday, March 2, 2006 12:10 p.m. EST

(NEWSMAX)

Former President Bill Clinton has accepted at least $1.6 million from the United Arab Emirates, including $300,000 from a Dubai sheik who adamantly backs the country’s controversial boycott of Israel.

On Jan. 17, 2002, Mr. Clinton was paid $300,000 to address the Science, Technology and Arts Royal Summit in Dubai at the invitation of Crown Prince and UAE Defense Minister Sheik Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

Less than three months later, Sheik Mohammad urged the United Nations to approve the use of force against Israel’s to halt what he called the Jewish state’s “butchery” of Palestinians, according to London’s Financial Times. Mr. Clinton’s benefactor called for then-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to “stand trial before the International War Crimes Tribunal,” where Sheik Mohammad said he would “have a prominent place in the list of world’s killers, terrorists and criminals.”

The Dubai sheik then reminded that “Arabs have a wide room for political, diplomatic and economic moves and have the right, at least, to revive the Arab economic boycott to Israel.” Mr. Clinton accepted another $300,000 from the Dubai regime for a speech in 2005. And his presidential library in Little Rock has collected seven-figure sums from several Arab governments participating in the anti-Israel boycott, including Dubai.

In Sept. 2005, the New York Sun reported: “When the library opened last year, a computer display in the exhibit halls included information on some, but not all, donors. The Saudi Royal Family and the governments of Dubai, Kuwait, and Qatar all gave $1 million or more.” The paper noted that after it published a previous list including Mr. Clinton’s Arab donors, “the computer display was shut off. It has not been restored.”

On Thursday morning, NewsMax called the offices of Mr. Clinton, Sen. Hillary Clinton, Sen. Charles Schumer, Rep. Peter King and the Anti-Defamation League in New York, inquiring about the appropriateness of Mr. Clinton taking so much cash from a country that boycotts Israel. None of the calls had been returned by presstime.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/03/2006 at 03:09 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - February 28, 2006

Excess Baggage

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Paul Combs—Tampa Tribune


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 02/28/2006 at 01:38 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - February 18, 2006

A-Hunting We Will Go

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 02/18/2006 at 01:26 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - February 16, 2006

Quote Of The Day

“The refusal of this administration to level with the American people on matters large and small is very disturbing, because it goes counter to the way our constitutional democracy ... is supposed to work.”

-- Hillary Clinton, on the Bush Administration, February 14, 2006

Irony? Or just plain bullshit? We report, you decide.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 02/16/2006 at 06:48 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - February 01, 2006

Face Off

Imagine waking up next to this face every morning ... ?

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 02/01/2006 at 10:12 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - January 24, 2006

Oh No! Not Again!

Yes, dear friends. It is 1994 all over again. Deja vu once more. Or should I say “Deja Voodoo”. No matter how many pins I stick in my Hildabeast doll she just won’t go away. And now she’s gearing up for a run at the Presidency in 2008. Even worse, she’s started singing that old “universal healthcare” song again like a damned broken record. Perhaps if I burn some chicken feathers over my voodoo doll. Maybe that’ll help. Regardless, the beast just won’t keep her mouth shut (see below). Must I be taxed with another Clintoon in the White House? Please, somebody help me ....

imageimageSen. Clinton Re-enters Health Care Fray
Former first lady blasts Medicare plan; alleges ‘deliberate neglect’
ROCHESTER, New York (CNN)

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton put her pet issue, health care, at the center of her Senate re-election effort Monday, accusing the Bush administration of “deliberate neglect” of the issue. “I’m ready to get back into the fray, knowing how difficult and controversial it is,” Clinton told an audience of about 100 health care and business professionals at the University of Rochester Medical Center.

“The status quo is not sustainable.” In a campaign swing that touched down in the three most populous cities in upstate New York, the junior senator described the introduction of the Bush administration’s prescription drug plan under the Medicare program as a “confusing and complex transition.”

Earlier, while visiting a pharmacy, Clinton said many elderly residents were paying far more for drugs than they used to and have found themselves hamstrung by paperwork. “A lot of pharmacists are giving the drugs to their customers because they know how much their customers need it,” she said. “One of the bills I’ve introduced is to make sure the pharmacists get reimbursed.” Rochester has a population of about 200,000, and about 2 in 5 jobs in the area are in the health care industry.

Clinton also visited pharmacies in Buffalo and Syracuse to call for improvements to the Medicare drug plan, which took effect January 1. Since then, at least 26 states have had to step in to make sure some of the poorest seniors receive needed prescriptions, an association of state health care officials said last week.  “We have people that are coming up that should have $1 and $3 co-pays that have $40 co-pays on their medications,” said Dawne Rizio, a pharmacy technician at Rochester’s Saratoga Pharmacy. “They’re not getting their meds, or we’re spending hours on the phone fighting with insurance companies.”

In her speech, Clinton said the administration was not doing enough to help the 45 million Americans who have no health insurance or to lower health care costs, which now consume 15 percent of the nation’s gross national product. “The response in Washington to our health care crisis has been to cut Medicaid, erode patent protections and to promote strategies that increase costs and reduce access to care,” she said.

Clinton said Bush’s State of the Union speech January 31 was likely to include new proposals, which she characterized “in three words: on your own.” She said the failed effort to provide universal insurance coverage that she led as first lady early in her husband’s first term as president may have been “too much, too fast.” But she added, “Today, we’re making things worse with deliberate neglect and flawed policies that are diminishing the coverage that Americans have. That is shifting costs to others and leaving consumers, businesses and local governments with the bill.”

Clinton is seeking a second Senate term in November without a well-funded opponent, and she has not ruled out a run for the presidency in 2008. “I’m just running for re-election now—that’s my most important job is to get re-elected,” she told a supporter at the pharmacy. “But I need your help for that, too. I don’t want to take anything for granted.”

Clinton’s comments on health care were the latest in a series of sharp criticisms of the White House. Last week, she took aim at the administration’s handling of the nuclear standoff in Iran, just two days after saying it would go down as “one of the worst” presidencies in U.S. history.

- More babbling from the Hildabeast here ...


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 01/24/2006 at 07:00 AM   
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