Monday, October 11, 2010

Soros: I Can’t Stop a Republican ‘Avalanche’

From the most liberal of "mainstream" newspapers comes this gem...

October 11, 2010, 8:38 am
Soros: I Can’t Stop a Republican ‘Avalanche’

George Soros, the billionaire financier who was an energetic Democratic donor in the last several election cycles but is sitting this one out, is not feeling optimistic about Democratic prospects.

“I made an exception getting involved in 2004,” Mr. Soros, 80, said in a brief interview Friday at a forum sponsored by the Bretton Woods Committee, which promotes understanding of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

“And since I didn’t succeed in 2004, I remained engaged in 2006 and 2008. But I’m basically not a party man. I’d just been forced into that situation by what I considered the excesses of the Bush administration.”

Mr. Soros, a champion of liberal causes, has been directing his money to groups that work on health care and the environment, rather than electoral politics. Asked if the prospect of Republican control of one or both houses of Congress concerned him, he said: “It does, because I think they are pushing the wrong policies, but I’m not in a position to stop it. I don’t believe in standing in the way of an avalanche.”


And the Democrats have the gall to ask if the National Chamber of Commerce is receiving foreign funds to support Republicans! Everyone knows full well George Soros is funnelling money into the Democrat Party. He isn't blowing all his money on a lost cause this time, but he has spent some money on it! Keep in mind that George Soros is NOT really an American citizen in thought, but a foreign national (Hungarian by birth) who says he is a hyphenated Hungarian-American.

Saturday, October 09, 2010

California politics

Like it or not, Jerry "Moonbeam" Brown won't win a third trip around as California's governor, nor should he. The voters of California will make sure of that.

Try as he might with smear tactics, manipulating a not so innocent illegal alien former maid of Meg Whitman by way of the ever over the top Gloria Allred through covert contacts, he will still not win. His case is so flimsy that it unraveled before Ms Allred was finished with her first of several high profile news conferences.

Meanwhile, former governor "Moonbeam" Jerry has jumped into the fire from the frying pan with a laughably pathetic reference to Meg Whitman as a "whore". Jerry should well know that all politicians are indeed 'whores', including himself. So the "whore" remark really shouldn't have caused much in the way pf political hay. Jerry implicitly made it clear he doesn't understand the technology of a speaker phone; when you are finished with the message make sure you really did hang up the phone!

Friday, October 08, 2010

Waiting for November 2

Oh, what a change we'll see come Nov second!
The Democrats will lose the House and Senate
Alas, the country will still be stuck with Obama.

With the most liberal president soon to preside with
a most conservative congress
it is doubtful that anything meaningful will get done.

Congress will pass , and Obama will veto.....
And our great nation will still suffer
the absolute folly of the Democrat Party
once run by Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi.

Oh, what a pair of scoundrels they were!
Too bad they were elected in the first place.