Friday, October 24, 2008

If You Don't Drink The Kool-Aid, You Don't Taste The Sugar, And The Mixer Don 't Seem So Sweet

"When I was face to face with him, my honest first impression was that I expected something more. I had heard so much about 'his presence' in the media that I was surprised to find that he seemed very average."

"Joe The Plumber" aka Joe Wurzelbacher, on how Barack Obama appears to real American men, which is understandable in these Washington Times.

How do you know if you're a real American man? You're a proud supporter of:

9 comments:

  1. a nice blog. I've got many news there. thanks.

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  2. Joe "the plumber" isnt even a real plumber. He lied about trying to buy the business where he works. He was being promoted by a woman who lied in 2004, saying she was a destitute mother, when she was really working for Bushes' campaign. If you really hate liars as much as you say, why don't you hate this guy? Hes not my idea of a real American man.

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  3. Because he's not the issue - Barack is - and his answer was the most clear representation of what he plans on doing to us: steal.

    This blog runs on donations. If people give, that's "being neighborly" or "spreading the wealth around". But if I've contrived a way to take money from them when they visit, that's stealing, plain and simple.

    Now here's my question for you:

    Why are you such a media tool?

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  4. You made him an issue, but you are ready to hide from the issue when it doesn't fit your plan. And all you've got left is calling me a "media tool?" What a joke. :)

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  5. Jesus, Lee, I'm sorry to say so but you can sound extremely immature:

    How did I make Joe The Plumber an issue? And how am I now hiding? And to what"plan" are you referring?

    I guess you approved of the media's hounding of Richard Jule, too (the good samaritan who tried to help during the Atlanta bombings)? They tried to destroy him as well, but, unfortunately, in his case it worked. It won't work on Joe - not by them and not by their willing assistants (the tools) in their audience.

    And yes, you are a media tool for buying into it. You're joining in with the attackers of an American citizen who asked a deceptive politician a hard question and, finally, got the media's darling to openly state his real feelings. Joe The Plumber did nothing wrong - Barack Obama did - but the media's (and your) affection for the utterly mediocre Obama seems to have warped your judgment to the point where you no longer recognize the clearly defined line between citizen and pol or right and wrong. That's when you know you're in the cult. Like the guy who shot John Lennon, you've slipped past sanity and will twist anything around to justify your behavior.

    I'd say it's about time to seek some professional assistance, Lee:

    Obama has caused you to lose the plot, dude.

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  6. So you buy whatever Joe says, even though he has been lying about it. Of course, HIS lies support the ones you believe. And you're calling ME a media tool, amoung other things! It's easy to see who needs the professional help here.

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  7. Dude, if you don't start making sense I'm going to stop printing your comments:

    Who says I buy "whatever Joe says"? One more time: Joe isn't the point, Barack Obama is - and he's lying too - and (here's the big diff) he's running for president. Jesus, are you so think not to get that? Joe is just a guy who asked him a question. He could actually be a transexual rodeo rider for all I care, it would make no difference. You and the media are wrong not to leave the guy alone. That's why I say you're a tool: you've bought into the media line that says he's fair game - he's not. You repeatedly screeching he's a liar because he's not a plumber is beside the point because he's not running for office - Obama is - and you (and they) should be on his nuts, but you're not, and that makes you a crime, or a cult, or something.

    And for that, yea, you need help.

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  8. The "plumber" was a Republican plant, put up by some woman they tried to say was an average Jane back in 2004, but was really working for Bush campaign. She got caught that time and again this time. That puts a pretty big chink in the guys credibility to anyone interested in truth. Not for you i guess.

    Go ahead and stop letting me comment. Wouldnt want to distract you or your reader with truth.

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  9. "The "plumber" was a Republican plant, put up by some woman they tried to say was an average Jane back in 2004, but was really working for Bush campaign."

    And the Republicans chose what neighborhood Barack would be in too? Sure. Prove it. I dare you. You've got my attention now:

    Show me concrete proof of what you're charging here.

    I say you can't.

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