Monday, February 05, 2007

Hillary Clinton sucks up to traitors

Via The Moderate Man, I learn that Hillary Clinton just spoke at a convocation of Israeli spies, a convocation of people whose first allegiance is to the state of Israel, not to the United States. Yes, Hillary just spoke to AIPAC, the folks who are clearly a Mossad front, the folks who amongst other pro-war factions were behind our little trip into Iraq that was supposed to make the Middle East safe for Israel. And now they're trying to get us to attack Iran, and Hillary is just fine with that, just as she was just fine with attacking Iraq, another attack which history has shown was maybe in Israel's best interests, but definitely was NOT in the best interests of the United States of America.

I think my opinion of AIPAC is pretty obvious by now. And my opinion of Hillary. Hillary was elected to serve America and Americans. It is obvious now that she sees serving Israelis as important also -- even though it was Americans who elected her, and Americans who pay her Senatorial salary. She was elected to be a United States Senator, not an Israeli Senator. But that isn't how she's voting, and I will vote for her when hell freezes over. In the California primary I'll vote anybody but Hillary. In the Presidential election I'll vote for f'ing RALPH NADER before I vote for Hillary (thankfully I live in California where that's a meaningless protest vote).

Now, the Moderate Man has this habit of posting videos of cute country singer chicks on his blog. So I thought to calm down a little I'd post a video of some nice soothing music from a peaceful little girl band called Sleater-Kinney, a song called "Jumpers" that they did live on Letterman. I'm sure Moderate will find this just as pleasant as his recent favorites, the Be Good Tanyas (heh!).

-- Badtux the Soothed Penguin


  1. most excellent post, my friend...and...if I come back as a drum...I know whom I would choose to play me! Heh!

  2. Yeah, too bad that wasn't some AIPAC heads under those drumsticks, heh! But Moderate, I think you'd have to be a female drumset to enjoy that reincarnation, because from what I can tell S-K is pretty much, uhm... well, the anti-Tanyas in all ways.

    Read your blog some more this morning. AIPAC is a brazen bunch, eh? And a nest of Israeli spies? Gosh , who woulda thunk it...

  3. While I respect your informed opinion and, I rather strongly dislike the idea of a Hillary presidency for other reasons, still, I will vote for wobbly barstool if it wins in the dem primary.

    Regardless of what Nader said and believes, the last six years serve a pretty conclusive proof to me that Gore was not just like Bush. Dems are simply unable to operate as rethugs even if they want to. So a Hil that I have to vote for while holding my nose is still preferable to Rudy, McCain or any of the other sanctimonious, self-serving, willfully-deluded,satanlike pieces of crap known as republicans.

    Job ONE is making sure those fucktard's ability to further damage the Constitution and American's civil rights is extremely limited.


  4. What's that squeaking sound? Oh, right, it's the last of the air escaping from John McCain's "Independent, Straight-Talking Maverick" balloon.

    At this point, I actually find McCain even more loathsome than DubYa. At Least Bush believes his own bullshit. McCain believes in nothing other than getting elected at all costs, so much so that he hires the very same people who dragged him through the mud in South Carolina in 2000.

    And people called John Kerry a flip-flopper???

  5. Well, CAFKIA, I live in California, which is going to vote for the Democratic candidate if said candidate is a wobbly barstool, so it won't hurt for me to throw a "protest" vote to the American Socialist Party or whatever. I do agree that if it came down to a race between Hillary Clinton and John McCain, I'd vote Hillary. But y'know, that's like trying to decide on whether to vote for Dick Cheney or Joe Lieberman as President. Nobody ought to have to make such a choice :-(.


  6. i never will trust hillary...never -- she runs with the money -- only money!

    thanks for the video!

  7. Will you trust Rudy or McCain or some other K street tool? Will you trust the candidate that Haliburton and The Carlyle Group support? Will you trust the candidate supported by Focus on the Fetus? What about the candidate that Rush touts?

    Right now, there are NO options. It is vote for whatever dem gets to the line and hope our nation can be saved. Anything else is a statement of belief that things are too far gone to matter and, possibly a level of complicity in the destruction of the nation.

    Options only come MAYBE if we can halt the national bleeding. But feel free to exercise whatever grudge you feel is worth the death of the nation.


  8. Umm, okay, like AZ said, she runs with the money. But I think it is also deeper than that.

    She is a Christian, there must be some sort of subliminal message in Christians to support Israel. I think that a nice layer of radio active material over that area that renders it unusable for a few hundred years so that no one whats it would be nice.

    I so do not want an other Christian in the White House, they get strange ideas.

  9. Well, AZ, S-K is pretty much the anti-Be-Good-Tanyas, and the "uplifting" song in the video is about someone committing suicide by jumping off of the Golden Gate Bridge (did you know it takes 4 seconds to fall from the deck of the bridge to the water below?). Definitely not Moderate's ball of wax! (He like purty country music gals). That said, they do a fine job of it (and that drummer is just bashing the heck out of that drum).

    Cafkia, like I said, I live in California, so my vote doesn't really count in the primaries (by the time the California primary happens, the candidate is already set) and my vote doesn't really count in the main election (the Democrat will win handily). So I'll vote (or not) the way I please regardless of your approval or disapproval. But that vote won't be for Hillary. If she's the only one left on the ballot by the time the California primary happens I'll write in Al Gore or not vote at all. In the Presidential election, if it came down to Hillary vs. John McCain, both of whom are pro-war Republicans, I'll probably vote for whoever the Greens or Libertarians are running that year.


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