Monday, September 8, 2008

"We're Gonna Frickin' Lose this Thing"

From Susan Duclos' Wake Up America

New Flash for Adam at Huffpo: It Isn't The Press, It Is Your Party 'Sweetie'

Monday, September 08, 2008

Adam McKay over at Huffington Post is in full panic mode with the screaming headline saying "We're Gonna Frickin' Lose this Thing," as he goes on to blame..... the press.
Stop saying that!" my wife says to me. But this is not a high school football game and I'm not a cheerleader with a bad attitude. This is an election and as things stand now, we're gonna frickin' lose this thing.
New Flash for Adam: "Sweetie" it isn't the press, look is your party.Democrats elected the weakest candidate to run against John McCain as Rasmussen found that Hillary Clinton would have done better against McCain than Obama will.
However, McCain fares better against Obama than he does against two other prominent Democrats. New York Senator Hillary Clinton leads McCain by eight points, 50% to 42%. Former Vice President Al Gore, the Democratic presidential nominee in 2000, leads McCain 50% to 43%.
Top that first wrong decision as a party off with Barack Obama's bad judgment in ignoring Hillary Clinton's 18 million voters assuming that they would "get over it", then overlooking her as the one vice presidential candidate that could have united the party behind the Democratic presidential candidate, which showed an incredible lack of good judgment, and Democrats have themselves 4 down in the polls and 10 down among likely voters.
Continue on with the endless attacks, from the liberal left, against Sarah Palin from the second she was announced as the Republican vice presidential candidate, which rallied the GOP like nothing else could have and you have seen the perfect example of a party imploding from within.Decision after decision, the party, Obama and the party's supporters have destroyed themselves and their candidate.
Spreading rumors (think Trig), attacking Palin's family to bring down the candidate, ignoring Clinton supporters believing they would "come around", then thinking they could use Clinton some more and send her out to attack like an animal, are all reasons far more relevant than the press.Perhaps when Adam and people like him start to understand how they have participated and even helped McCain and Palin, they will be able to show the honesty to quit grasping at straws and making excuses for their bad decisions.Until then, they will continue to aid the Republicans in their quest to retain the White House..
Posted by Susan Duclos


A note from Radarsite. A USA Today/Gallup conducted on Friday, the last day of the convention, and over the weekend gave Mr McCain, who until very recently had been trailing narrowly in all polls, a staggering 10-point lead among likely voters.
Wow! Like those recently retrieved Democratic flags, my hopes have been taken out of the dumpster and are now flying high. What a week! What a great choice in Sarah Palin! What a great sight to see Obama self-destructing! Wow! -rg


  1. I am glad you liked it Roger!!!!! So much panic, but they should be scared because they have chosen wrong on every major decision and it is coming to bite them in the butt.


  2. I hope they lose or as they say, "Frickin' Lose" !!!

    What we really need to watch out for is the US Senate races. If they get a two-thirds majority (which includes RINOS like Senator Lugar) the U. S. of A. will be a frickin' loser.

    Good post and I echo SD's comments.

  3. Democrats are their own worst enemy. They will lose because the base is ultra-liberal and the nation is not. Because they field one of the most liberal Senators in the history of the Senate, a man with no experience, questionable ties to terrorists and bigots. They will lose because the American people will and do see through them.

    VICTORY '08!!

  4. This election is not about personalities. We are not merely electing a president. We are electing liberty and the rights of the individual, the very basis upon which this nation was founded.

    So the question is simple: Which candidates' policies will offer fewer impediments to retaining what little remains of these founding ideals?

    The answer is easy and quite clear. Or as Thomas Sowell has said, it's "a no-brainer."*

    *Obama and McCain -- Thomas Sowell 6/5/08