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Revealing Democrat Debate

Posted by Ryan on August 8, 2007

No one with a life watched more than twenty minutes of the AFL-CIO sponsored Democrat debate last night in Chicago.  I count myself amongst those.  Keith Olbermann in front of a Union audience with a bunch of megalomaniacal Democrats on stage is tough enough to stomach for longer than twenty minutes.  I watch the Dem debates mostly for entertainment, and to watch how perfect opportunities for Republicans to find, but not use, great sound-bites.  Here was the Republican highlight of last night’s debate:

While taking turns knocking Barry O’Bama’s ridiculous statements on Pakistan, She Who Must Not Be Named had this beautiful gem of a line:

“You should not always say everything you think when you are running for president, because it can have consequences.”

Sweet Jesus, what a line!  How Freudian of her!  That was the line of the night, I suppose.  C’mon Republicans, you can’t get those ads out early or fast enough!

Texas Hold ‘Em Blog pic.

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2 Responses to “Revealing Democrat Debate”

  1. Chris said

    That pic truly describes the majority of the reactions of Americans to that debate. Brave of you to even put up with 20! Truly revealing line spouted by SWMNBN.

    Newt had some interesting thing to say about the whole process today.

  2. Mike said

    Ditto. I only lasted about 5 minutes.

    Once they started claiming that bridge funding was insufficient because of the Iraq War, I switched to baseball. Bush actually provided record levels in bridge funding and record increases in bridge funding. You’d think that lot could manage to tell the truth about something once in a while. Even a broken clock manages to do so twice a day. Oh well.

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