If Chris, Huck, and Dan enjoy WW2 vets layin' the smack down on poli-weasels

If Chris, Huck, and Dan enjoy WW2 vets layin' the smack down on poli-weasels

Post by John Roger » Sun, 01 Jun 2008 08:03:39


I bet that they'll LOVE this one!

http://www.politico.com/blogs/jonathanmartin/0508/Bob_Dole_unloads_on...

or

http://tinyurl.com/624so4

"There are miserable creatures like you in every administration who
dont have the guts to speak up or quit if there are disagreements
with the boss or colleagues," Dole wrote in a message sent yesterday
morning. "No, your type soaks up the benefits of power, revels in the
limelight for years, then quits and, spurred on by greed, cashes in
with a scathing critique..."

"In my nearly 36 years of public service I've known of a few like
you," Dole writes, recounting his years representing Kansas in the
House and Senate.  "No doubt you will 'clean up' as the liberal
anti-Bush press will promote your belated concerns with wild
enthusiasm. When the money starts rolling in you should donate it to a
worthy cause, something like, 'Biting The Hand That Fed Me.' Another
thought is to weasel your way back into the White House if a Democrat
is elected. That would provide a good set up for a second book deal in
a few years"

Dole assures McClellan that he won't read the book "because if all
these awful things were happening, and perhaps some may have been, you
should have spoken up publicly like a man, or quit your cushy,
high-profile job."

"That would have taken integrity and courage but then you would have
had credibility and your complaints could have been aired
objectively," Dole concludes. "Youre a hot ticket now, but dont you,
deep down, feel like a total ingrate?"

He signs the email simply: "BOB DOLE"

John Rogers
AU Class of 1985
The Al Del Greco of Atlanta

"We are not fighting so that you will offer us something. We
are fighting to eliminate you." (Hussein Massawi, Hezbollah)

"There are good and decent people who cannot fathom the darkness
in these men and try to explain away their words. It's natural,
but it is deadly wrong." (President Bush)

 
 
 

If Chris, Huck, and Dan enjoy WW2 vets layin' the smack down on poli-weasels

Post by J. Christopher Miho » Sun, 01 Jun 2008 08:11:18


Quote:
> I bet that they'll LOVE this one!

> http://www.politico.com/blogs/jonathanmartin/0508/Bob_Dole_unloads_on...

> or

> http://tinyurl.com/624so4

> "There are miserable creatures like you in every administration who
> dont have the guts to speak up or quit if there are disagreements
> with the boss or colleagues," Dole wrote in a message sent yesterday
> morning. "No, your type soaks up the benefits of power, revels in the
> limelight for years, then quits and, spurred on by greed, cashes in
> with a scathing critique..."

> "In my nearly 36 years of public service I've known of a few like
> you," Dole writes, recounting his years representing Kansas in the
> House and Senate.  "No doubt you will 'clean up' as the liberal
> anti-Bush press will promote your belated concerns with wild
> enthusiasm. When the money starts rolling in you should donate it to a
> worthy cause, something like, 'Biting The Hand That Fed Me.' Another
> thought is to weasel your way back into the White House if a Democrat
> is elected. That would provide a good set up for a second book deal in
> a few years"

> Dole assures McClellan that he won't read the book "because if all
> these awful things were happening, and perhaps some may have been, you
> should have spoken up publicly like a man, or quit your cushy,
> high-profile job."

> "That would have taken integrity and courage but then you would have
> had credibility and your complaints could have been aired
> objectively," Dole concludes. "Youre a hot ticket now, but dont you,
> deep down, feel like a total ingrate?"

> He signs the email simply: "BOB DOLE"

> John Rogers
> AU Class of 1985
> The Al Del Greco of Atlanta

> "We are not fighting so that you will offer us something. We
> are fighting to eliminate you." (Hussein Massawi, Hezbollah)

> "There are good and decent people who cannot fathom the darkness
> in these men and try to explain away their words. It's natural,
> but it is deadly wrong." (President Bush)

Well, Dole's right. McClellan is a slug.

But is his book factually correct? That seems not to have been
addressed.

 
 
 

If Chris, Huck, and Dan enjoy WW2 vets layin' the smack down on poli-weasels

Post by Huck Kenned » Sun, 01 Jun 2008 08:30:20


Quote:
> I bet that they'll LOVE this one!

> http://SportToday.org/
> If Chris, Huck, and Dan enjoy WW2 vets layin' the smack down on poli-weasels

     First of all, the Czar has already blasted McClellan.  Please to
be paying attention.

Quote:
> "There are miserable creatures like you in every administration who
> dont have the guts to speak up or quit if there are disagreements
> with the boss or colleagues," Dole wrote in a message sent yesterday
> morning. "No, your type soaks up the benefits of power, revels in the
> limelight for years, then quits and, spurred on by greed, cashes in
> with a scathing critique..."

> "In my nearly 36 years of public service I've known of a few like
> you," Dole writes, recounting his years representing Kansas in the
> House and Senate. ?"No doubt you will 'clean up' as the liberal
> anti-Bush press will promote your belated concerns with wild
> enthusiasm. When the money starts rolling in

     "When the money starts rolling in."  Yeah, right.  As I pointed
out in a previous posting, if McClellan had kept his mouth shut, then
as a member in good standing of the Bush Good Ol' Texas Boys Club he'd
have been set for life.  He'd always have a job.  He's not going to
make all that much on this book to offset the loss of that security--
it's not like a Harry Potter book that's going to sell on and on
forever.  It'll be on the best seller list for a few weeks or months
and then gradually disappear.

Quote:
> Dole assures McClellan that he won't read the book "because if all
> these awful things were happening, and perhaps some may have been, you
> should have spoken up publicly like a man, or quit your cushy,
> high-profile job."

     Another joke from Dole.  The truth of the matter is that
McClellan's "cushy job" was to be sent out daily to the White House
press corps to be beaten up like a pinyata and humiliated, because he
was tasked with feeding a line of indefensile bullshit to the American
people.

Quote:
> "That would have taken integrity and courage but then you would have
> had credibility and your complaints could have been aired
> objectively," Dole concludes. "Youre a hot ticket now, but dont you,
> deep down, feel like a total ingrate?"

     More nonense from Dole.  McClellan was loyal to Bush for years.
He believed in Bush, and when he started to have doubts about the
reasons for the Iraq war, he gave Bush the benefit of the doubt and
trusted him.  As time went on, it became more and more apparent if
only from the reactions of the press corps that Bush et al. were
feeding him bullshit and just throwing him to the wolves.  But
McClellan, ever the good company man, just soldiered on and took the
abuse from the press, day after day, sacrificing his own integrity in
the process, since as a result he looked to be either a liar, or a
complete idiot left out of the loop and just reciting what he was told
to say.

     So then what does Bush do?  He FIRES him for someone else.  After
using him for all that time to take the ***in his place, he just
throws McClellan away like a used rag doll.

      Bob Dole can take his self-righteous indignation and shove it up
his ass.

Ralph Kennedy

"This is rsfc, not the Algonquin roundtable."
                                 -xyzzy, 2/16/07

 
 
 

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Post by John Roger » Sun, 01 Jun 2008 08:48:28


vain for your Obama to rise from these streets...

Quote:

>> I bet that they'll LOVE this one!

>> http://SportToday.org/

>> If Chris, Huck, and Dan enjoy WW2 vets layin' the smack down on poli-weasels

>     First of all, the Czar has already blasted McClellan.  Please to
>be paying attention.

>> "There are miserable creatures like you in every administration who
>> dont have the guts to speak up or quit if there are disagreements
>> with the boss or colleagues," Dole wrote in a message sent yesterday
>> morning. "No, your type soaks up the benefits of power, revels in the
>> limelight for years, then quits and, spurred on by greed, cashes in
>> with a scathing critique..."

>> "In my nearly 36 years of public service I've known of a few like
>> you," Dole writes, recounting his years representing Kansas in the
>> House and Senate. ?"No doubt you will 'clean up' as the liberal
>> anti-Bush press will promote your belated concerns with wild
>> enthusiasm. When the money starts rolling in

>     "When the money starts rolling in."  Yeah, right.  As I pointed
>out in a previous posting, if McClellan had kept his mouth shut, then
>as a member in good standing of the Bush Good Ol' Texas Boys Club he'd
>have been set for life.  He'd always have a job.  He's not going to
>make all that much on this book to offset the loss of that security--
>it's not like a Harry Potter book that's going to sell on and on
>forever.  It'll be on the best seller list for a few weeks or months
>and then gradually disappear.

>> Dole assures McClellan that he won't read the book "because if all
>> these awful things were happening, and perhaps some may have been, you
>> should have spoken up publicly like a man, or quit your cushy,
>> high-profile job."

>     Another joke from Dole.  The truth of the matter is that
>McClellan's "cushy job" was to be sent out daily to the White House
>press corps to be beaten up like a pinyata and humiliated, because he
>was tasked with feeding a line of indefensile bullshit to the American
>people.

>> "That would have taken integrity and courage but then you would have
>> had credibility and your complaints could have been aired
>> objectively," Dole concludes. "Youre a hot ticket now, but dont you,
>> deep down, feel like a total ingrate?"

>     More nonense from Dole.  McClellan was loyal to Bush for years.
>He believed in Bush, and when he started to have doubts about the
>reasons for the Iraq war, he gave Bush the benefit of the doubt and
>trusted him.  As time went on, it became more and more apparent if
>only from the reactions of the press corps that Bush et al. were
>feeding him bullshit and just throwing him to the wolves.  But
>McClellan, ever the good company man, just soldiered on and took the
>abuse from the press, day after day, sacrificing his own integrity in
>the process, since as a result he looked to be either a liar, or a
>complete idiot left out of the loop and just reciting what he was told
>to say.

>     So then what does Bush do?  He FIRES him for someone else.  After
>using him for all that time to take the ***in his place, he just
>throws McClellan away like a used rag doll.

>      Bob Dole can take his self-righteous indignation and shove it up
>his ass.

MWHID!!! ($1)

John Rogers
AU Class of 1985
The Al Del Greco of Atlanta

"We are not fighting so that you will offer us something. We
are fighting to eliminate you." (Hussein Massawi, Hezbollah)

"There are good and decent people who cannot fathom the darkness
in these men and try to explain away their words. It's natural,
but it is deadly wrong." (President Bush)