Friday, May 12, 2006

I Miss Bill


Where is our Kenneth Starr? Why hasn't the left wing conspiracy spent millions of tax dollars to dig up any and all dirt that they can on Bush? Why hasn't Bush been hounded like Clinton was from the day he started campaigning?

I have heard the pundits and talking heads say many times that the Democrats have been effectively neutered. The Dems better find their balls, figure out their platform and get their shit together real quick or we are going to have eight more years of oil royalty in the White House.

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Blogger weigook saram said...

Me too, Marcie. We are always talking about how much we miss Bubba.

1:51 PM  
Anonymous Izzy said...

Oh honey. Don't get me started. I love Bill and I hate George. A lot.

1:54 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

I adore that photo.

I myself would give Bill a blow job right now if he would push W off a cliff.

Pssst. Terrance got to meet him last week. He's working for a group that Bill works for too. I told him I wanted to sneak in so I could have a quickie with him.

3:00 PM  
Blogger Marcie said...

Dawn, you are one crazy woman;)

3:47 PM  
Blogger Mommy off the Record said...

Wow, love that sign. Can I get that made into a T-shirt?

5:27 PM  
Blogger cameo said...

bill. what a man. and i think we should all get t-shirts made like that. just some usless info - my word verification is "jutsfnkm" does anybody else see "just fuck 'em" in there or is it just me?

10:30 PM  
Anonymous lildb said...

HAhahahaha!!

that's hilarious. good pic, too.

MMmm - Bill. He makes me feel all funny and ungainly when I see him, he's so smoooooth. Like good scotch. Damn that man.

(please note that I cannot touch the GW topic -- I don't have the stomach for that one.)

Marcie, you rule.

10:46 PM  
Blogger wordgirl said...

We Democrats have always prided ourselves on possessing more compassion and reason than Republicans. The mud-slinging, the dirt-digging, the lying and the fascism-disguised-as-patriotism? That's always been their gig. Unfortunately, this is a battle we can only win by taking them down the same we they've taken us. And you know what??? We're either too unequipped to do it well, or we're afraid to do it because we might turn in to them.

Case in point: The whole "draft dodger" argument has always been the Republicans' favorite method of weeding out anti-patriots. We ususally don't use a person's history of military involvement as a litmus for loving America or serving it well. It just so happens that the Bush V. Gore election involved that question...as did Bush v. Kerry. Now all of a sudden the Republicans are whining about how it doesn't matter. And you know why? Because Democrats in government have a better track record of serving in the military. Our present administration all ran or took deferrments (Cheney took 5). And we all know how much trouble Rove took to get a bunch of Vietnam turncoats to make Kerry look like a coward...even though he served. It's character assassination at any and all costs. It's the big Double Standard. It's only right if they do it and it's wrong if we do it.

For us to bow to that kind of dirty dealing will change us, and I think that is what we're afraid of. That we'll become so much like them that we won't recognize ourselves anymore. Anyone seen the new Pink video of "Dear Mr. President"? Pretty damned powerful.

10:53 AM  
Blogger Maulleigh said...

ugh; this political sh*t makes me mental. I followed the first two campaigns and then when he got elected again, I just stopped caring. what's the point? Yes, I definately do have a case of learned helplessness. Nothing will change. We might as well complain about sandstorms on Mars.

11:42 AM  
Blogger Marcie said...

Wordgirl-I've had that same discussion with my step-father, we don't want to turn into them. There are times when I wish we would get down and dirty like the conservatives do(and have mastered). But it makes me want to pull my hair out when the Dems seem to want to people please so badly that they "flip flop"(hate to use that conservative coined word) all over the place. Be against the war, support abortion rights, support gay rights and continue to help the poor. When Americans wake up and see the mess that Republicans have made and all the tax hikes that will be needed to pay for the war and the all the social services that have been cut, they may not care if John and Jack can get married as long as they can live in relative comfort.
Malleigh-I know how you feel, but things have to change. Don't give up girl!

12:09 PM  
Blogger something blue said...

It's hard for politicians to stick to a story. But really Jeb? That's the alternative? Someone who is an acronym?

6:41 PM  
Blogger sunshine scribe said...

You rock. I know I am not American and shouldn't be commenting on your politics but MAN what was the country thinking when they elected George W?!?

Happy Mother's Day to you dear Marcie!!

8:01 AM  
Anonymous lildb said...

Sunshine Scribe, I disagree. I think people who aren't citizens of the USA are entitled to feel strongly about the damage this country's president is doing on so many levels, in so many far-reaching ways. Our country has been a large influence in world politics for a long time, and the actions of our 'dear leader' affect many more lives than the ones living inside our borders. So keep having your opinion, I say.

2:20 AM  
Blogger Domestic Chicky said...

Umm...I think Hilary has all the balls now.
As much as I would love to see a woman prezzie, I don't think she is it.

Ah, Bill. I would do him, vote for him, smack his ass and call him bubba.

(Sigh)

10:05 AM  

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