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She Who Must Not Be Named Wins Democrat Debate

Posted by Mike on October 30, 2007

I have this Democrat debate on in the background and I’d like to let you all know that you’re not missing much. The donkeys still lack the seriousness needed in a Commander in Chief. John Edwards already sounds like a high school dropout who thinks he’s intelligent because he saw a Michael Moore DVD in mother’s basement. Apparently, he’s actually more afraid of the “the neocons” than the Iranians. As for the rest of them, they are convinced that calling the Iranian regime a terrorist regime is akin to a declaration of war.  Worst of all, Senator Gravel isn’t there for comic relief.

Even though it’s only the second quarter, She Who Must Not Be Named has already won this debate. It is much easier to pretend to be moderate when surrounded by these freaks. The way this is going, she could literally duplicate her western counterpart’s performance in the Wizard of Oz, complete with green paint, and she would still seem more Presidential than all of the others combined. It’s a dubious distinction I know, but if she can continue to disguise her true beliefs and keep this foil going after the Democrat coronation, she will be a formidable foe. Thankfully, she will face tougher competition next year.

AP photo

UPDATE: As always, Michelle Malkin’s liveblogging is worth a read.

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4 Responses to “She Who Must Not Be Named Wins Democrat Debate”

  1. TRM said

    She sure did squirm and stutter when the question about the sealed Presidential Library thing came up…

  2. TRM said

    Maybe its because I am so against her and everything she stands for, but I don’t see what you are seeing regarding her seeming Presidential. I think they should make Kucinichs wife be on stage too….. yowza!!!

  3. Mike said

    I didn’t say she looks Presidential. I said she seems “more Presidential than all of the others combined.”

    You have a point though. Although I said it was a dubious distinction, I probably understated just how dubious that distinction is. For that, I apologize.

  4. TRM said

    Its all good, my bad, sometimes I get all worked up in a frenzy and need to be talked in from the ledge…

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