Saturday, July 24, 2010

LAS VEGAS – President Barack Obama made an election-season appeal Saturday to disgruntled liberal activists and bloggers, assuring them his administration is committed to their causes and urging them to help elect Democrats in November.

"Change hasn't come fast enough for too many Americans. I know that," Obama said in a surprise video appearance at the annual Netroots Nation convention. "I know it hasn't come fast for many of you who fought so hard during the election."

In a year when Democrats are expected to lose seats in Congress, party leaders have grown concerned with malaise in the left wing. Liberals who helped elect Obama in 2008 have grown disenchanted on issues from the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to the failure to create a government-run insurance option in the health care overhaul, and many believe the White House has been too accommodating with Republicans.

No money.. no voting.. no nothing. I hope they lose, badly. I don't care if the Loon Brigade will think it's some sort of rebuke from the American voters.

I'm praying to my god, Gorak, that the Republicans nominate Sarah Palin for President, with Newt Gingrich for VP. That would be the most awesome thing ever.. and I will vote for them. I hope they win.

Obama lied to us.. he put on a great show about the hope and change bullshit. Then he proceeded to damage Liberal causes for years to come.

We thought Bush was bad.. that never-ending wars were awful.. I want Palin to show the country what conservatism is really about so that after the entire Democratic party is wiped out, we can field some candidates that actually represent out views, and the views of a majority of Americans.

1 comment:

kris said...

won't be Newt, because he does not quite fit in to their anti-intellectual, the working man has lots of brains really narrative.

It will be Sarah "dumber than a box of rocks Palin and some no-mind fake "constitutionalist". Not anyone with conventional credentials or "book learning".

They will have a very small but vocal following who will love them because they validate their followers' inadequacies and make them believe.