Friday, September 21, 2007

Repugs Blurt Out The Darndest Things

You can't accuse my favorite candidate, Adolph Giuliani, of being a shrinking violet.

Giuliani: I'm Among Best Known Americans
"LONDON (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani bragged about his international celebrity Wednesday on a trans-Atlantic campaign trip in which he schmoozed with conservative idol Margaret Thatcher.
"I'm probably one of the four or five best known Americans in the world."


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me, yes me

Meanwhile, Giuliani adviser and Real Important Homeland Security Dude

Rep. Peter King: Too many goddam mosques, if you ask me
"(AP) A homeland security adviser to Rudy Giuliani came under fire Thursday for claiming there were “too many mosques” in the United States - and defended himself by saying his point was that not enough Muslim leaders cooperate with law enforcement."

As if that makes any sense at all.

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get off my lawn

And a golden oldie...

Hmmm, uhh, hah -- ummm -- I, the answer is -- I haven't really thought of it that way, heh, heh. Heh. Here's how I think of it. Ummm -- heh heh. First I've heard of that, by the way, I, ah -- uhh -- the, uhh -- I, I guess I'm more of a practical fella. Uhh. I vowed after September the 11th that I would do everything I could to protect the American people. And, uhh -- my attitude, of course, was affected by the attacks.ha ha ...ummm Let me see... I knew we were at a war. I knew that the enemy, obviously, had to be sophisticated, and lethal, to fly hijacked airplanes, uhh, into -- facilities that would, we would, killing thousands of people, innocent people, doin' nothing, just sittin' there goin' to work."--
Bubble Boy, eloquently explaining how Iraq and terrorism may be signs of the Apocalpse.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Nick Z. said...

Who? Rudy Guliani? Who's that? Nope, never heard of him.

22/9/07 6:46 AM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

I wish we all never had.

22/9/07 7:55 AM  

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