Well, that is, great Orators of the Past
Published on April 29, 2009 By KFC Kickin For Christ In Democrat

There's a lesson in here somewhere.  Loose lips sink ships?  It's better to keep your mouth shut and let others think you're a fool  than to open it and remove all doubt?  Don't let the cat out of the bag?  Put up or shut up?  Or how about.....say what you mean and mean what you say? 

Anyway, you'd think with the way the world is sinking fast and furious there would be alot less talk and a lot more action. 

Nope. 

*Sigh* bring back the good ol' days when a man's words (or woman's)  really meant something.  Take a look at this contrast of words. 

 

 Great Orators of the Democratic Party 
 

'One man with courage makes a majority.' 
- Andrew Jackson

  'The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.' 
-   Franklin  D.   Roosevelt

 'The buck stops here.' 
- Harry S. Truman

'Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.' 
- John F. Kennedy


And from today's Genius Democrats............... 

'It depends what your definition of 'IS' is?'' 
- Bill Clinton

'That Obama - I would like to cut his NUTS off.' 
- Jesse Jackson

  'Those rumors are false .... I believe in the sanctity of marriage.' 
- John Edwards

'I invented the Internet' 
- Al Gore

'The next Person that tells me I'm not religious,  I'm going to shove my rosary  beads up their ASS.' 
- Joe Biden

' America is--is no longer, uh, what it--it, uh, could be, uh, what it was once was...uh, and I say to myself,  'uh,  I don't want that future, uh, uh for my children.' 
- Barack Obama

'I have campaigned in all 57 states. 
- Barack Obama   (Quoted 2008)

'You don't need God anymore, you have us Democrats.' 
- Nancy Pelosi     (Quoted 2006)



'Paying taxes is voluntary.' 
- Sen. Harry Reid 


'Bill is the greatest husband and father I know.  No one is more faithful,  true,  and honest than he.' 
- Hillary Clinton    (Quoted 1998) 


HOW LUCKY CAN WE BE TO HAVE SUCH BRILLIANT MINDS IN CHARGE OF OUR GREAT COUNTRY?

Comments
on Apr 29, 2009

'I invented the Internet' 
- Al Gore

 

1. Uh, Gore never claimed he invented the internet. Go check out snopes, or heck, here.

 

2. I'm proud of having FDR, Kennedy, etc. Pelosi, Reid, Jackson....No comment.

 

3. Every party has it's idiots and genius'.

on Apr 29, 2009

Now that's comedy.

1. Uh, Gore never claimed he invented the internet. Go check out snopes, or heck, here.

Well, one could argue this topic. Snopes is correct in saying that Al Gore never really claimed to have invented the internet but he did say "I took the initiative in creating the Internet" which is what had everyone, to this date, going on with the joke. So one could say this was more of a poor choice of words or not well expressed for people who will take anyone and spin it like a top.

2. I'm proud of having FDR, Kennedy, etc. Pelosi, Reid, Jackson....No comment.

Sad, isn't it?

3. Every party has it's idiots and genius'.

Yea, but they are usually together under the same administrations or year, not separated by decades.

on Apr 29, 2009

Sad, isn't it?

 

Unfortunately... Though, the GOP has had its share of nut jobs and paranoid folks. The only one that I've slowly come to terms with after reading about him, his interviews, etc. is Nixon. He was certainly brilliant, but seriously had issues; none-the-less, I've come to find a sense of humanity in him, so to speak. It's hard to explain.

 

Well, one could argue this topic. Snopes is correct in saying that Al Gore never really claimed to have invented the internet but he did say "I took the initiative in creating the Internet" which is what had everyone, to this date, going on with the joke. So one could say this was more of a poor choice of words or not well expressed for people who will take anyone and spin it like a top.

 

Indeed, and my opinion is that: 1) He never said it. 2) He could have implied it, but then gain a lot could be implied by what someoen says. I mean, seriously, that's why we have double entendres.   3. Kidding aside, yeah.

 

Yea, but they are usually together under the same administrations or year, not separated by decades.

 

Foolish politicians separated by decades? Now that is wishful thinking. I think we as citizens run the gamut for fools and idiots. I mean, we do re-elect the fools, er, politicans. So yeah, who's the fool/idiot then?

 

 

on May 01, 2009

Cheap shot juxtapositioning, yet it is funny.

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