Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Tuesdays with Paulie 5/27/08

McCain wants to visit Iraq with Obama
Plans to bring burgers, brats and beer for BBQ

OK the sub-headline was made up by yours truly, but I'm sure Obama being a Chicago native has enjoyed a few good tailgate party's in his lifetime. What better way to get to know the troops than with a good old fashion cookout. The question is will the Democratic presidential hopeful be willing to travel to Iraq and confront the men and women he has made feel like failures?

GOP presumptive presidential nominee John McCain has recently criticized Obama for not visiting Iraq since 2006, which was before the successful surge operation. "Look at what happened in the last two years since Senator Obama visited and declared the war lost," McCain said. "He really has no experience or knowledge or judgment about the issue of Iraq and he has wanted to surrender for a long time."

McCain who visits Iraq every few months was asked by the Associated Press if he would go to Iraq with Obama. The Arizona senator responded in the positive and then added, "I would also seize that opportunity to educate Senator Obama along the way."

I cannot stress enough how great of an idea this unity trip to Iraq would be. Let them both go together, which would display a great united front to our enemies and a commitment to our soldiers. They can be briefed by Gen. Petraeus together and ask him the tough questions with each other present.

The ball is in Obama's court. If you are willing to call the war a failure and demand our troops come home and accept the massacre that will ensue afterwards, you better have the testicles to see the situation for yourself. Then tell the troops face to face that their mission has failed and then place your eyes toward the men, woman and children who you have sentenced to death.

Carter helps Iran's quest for the bomb
Tells journalists Israel has nuclear arsenal of 150 weapons

What a schmuck! Can you think of a better way to describe the 39Th President of the United States? I didn't think so. This past weekend at a literary festival between England and Wales Carter was discussing Iran and mentioned how difficult it would be to secretly build a nuclear arsenal. During this talk he decided to mention Israel's nuclear capabilities.

There are certain unconfirmed truth's in the world. Democrats are Socialists in disguise, Republicans talk about, don't pursue limited government and Israel has a nuclear arsenal. However you never hear Democrats talk about turning America into a Socialist society, Republicans still spew less-government rhetoric and Israel never admits they have the bomb.

The unknown is in fact a military strategy for the Jewish state. However claims by people of a certain standing in the world can often be used instead of facts. Iran will use Carter's comments to claim that if Israel has the bomb than they have a right to it as well.

Common sense tells us that the Arab world believing that Israel has nuclear capabilities is a deterrent against another 1967 or Yom Kippur type war. Arab leaders with any common sense know that Israel will wipe the Middle-East off the map before they allow themselves to be subjected to a second Holocaust.

Any assistance in giving Iran the bomb can only lead to disaster, not just for Israel and Iran, but the entire Arab world, middle east and the fall-out in parts of Europe and Asia. Carter's ignorance or disdain for Israel (you decide) can help lead to the death of millions. The truth is that a nuclear Israel brings the prospect of peace to that part of the world. A nuclear Iran can only mean death and destruction.

Quickies

Actress Sharon Stone recent comments suggesting that the earthquakes in China, killings upwards to a 100,000 people, was "Karma" for a nation that treats people bad was typical Hollywood ignorance. Hey over-medicated lady, do you think Karma punishes people subjected to an oppressive government for the actions of said government? Do the world a favor, increase your meds dosage and sit in a corner for next few decades.

What did Hillary really say? She never insinuated that Obama may get assassinated and therefore she should stay in the race. She pointed out examples which included her husband's primary race, in which it wasn't until June that a nominee was decided. The Kennedy reference was a historical reference nothing more. Was it bad taste, maybe but not from a malicious point of view. If there is any malice involved, it's the Obama and Kennedy camp exploiting the remarks, which in reality is exploiting RFK's death for political gain.

Farewell Sidney Pollack. The Oscar-winning director passed away yesterday at the age of 73. The man who gave us Tootsie, Out of Africa and The Firm will certainly be missed.

The HBO movie Recount debut Sunday evening and it may redefine bias cinema. The film is filled with made-up events and conversations, clearly suggesting that the 2000 election was stolen. Laura Dern's portrayal of Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris can only be described as disgusting. Harris is made out to be a flaky, brain-dead, self-absorbed individual enjoying the spotlight. Hearing actor Kevin Spacey defend the portrayal on Hannity & Colmes recently was more disturbing.

The film simply portrays the Democrats as the good guys in it only for the people, while the Republicans are evil. Al Gore is made to look like a saint. Watch it and be reminded why if you hold the opposite position of Hollywood, you must be in the right.

Paulie

3 Comments:

At 5/29/2008 9:56 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jimmy is a disgrace to the human race. He is such a whore for Arab contributions that he will say anything.
I am Jewish like yourself. Your father is a lot smarter than me. I voted for Carter TWICE! I am highly educated so it took me a long time to understand the greatness of Ronald Reagan and the conservative movement.
It took a lot of kind and gentle prodding by some conservative friends to finally understand what the was going on.
I found your blog through the American Thinker and will follow your thoughts in the future.
May the force be with you.

 
At 5/29/2008 11:30 AM , Blogger Paulie said...

Wow! Thank you anonymous.

My father voted for Reagan in 1980 and my mother supported Anderson. Many of my readers know the story of me coming home from school, election day 1980, to find my dad outside smoking a cigar informing me that my mom was angry with him because he voted for Reagan. It was an abortion thing.

Yes, OB 1 has taught me well.

 
At 5/29/2008 1:17 PM , Blogger The Lonely Conservative said...

"Carter's ignorance or disdain for Israel (you decide)"

All of the above!

I find it fascinating that people pay any heed to Carter after what a complete failure he was as President.

 

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