18 comments

  1. gatormathis says:

    Yep.

    A great soliquy from the “King of Crocodile Tears” himself.

    I’d be “touched”, if not so amused.

    Everyone remembers Clinton at some funeral while President, all choking back tears for the news camera, then being caught seconds later, walking off with someone laughing, as if he had just come out of a theatre.

    Hillary just wishes she was half as smooth.

    The only reason she helped build his persona, is to hopefully use it for her own power trip.

  2. GodHatesTrash says:

    Chickenhawk Chambliss betrays basic decency every day he sits in the United States Senate.

    Trash elects trash.

  3. You’re missing a key fact: Cleland was a politician being taken to task for saying one thing in Georgia and voting a different way in Washington. MoveOn called a 4-star General a liar and a traitor.

  4. YourFutureLeader says:

    Was a mistake to make the ad and elect Chambliss in 02, he has done so little for Georgia its embarassing.

  5. JRM2016 says:

    I am sick of people trying to equate the Chambliss campaign ad to the MoveOn.org NYT ad.

    Let me just make this perfectly clear: Max Cleland voted over and over again to hold up the Department of Homeland Security in an attempt to make sure even more of our federal bureaucracy would be beholden to big labor bosses. He could have stood up to his party leadership but he didn’t. And so he rightly paid a price at election time.

    Last time I checked, General Petraeus isn’t running for anything. He is just doing his dead level best to achieve victory for America in Iraq. So let’s be honest about the differences in these two situations.

  6. Rick Day says:

    IMHO MoveOn is a tool of the Republicans.

    Whenever the Repubs require something to re-foam the lips of their fanatic base, they get MoveOn to spew outrageous ‘lets wave some red flags in these bulls faces’ tactic.

    Who benefited from and who advertised the existence of more?

    Oh. That. Would. Be. You. Conservatives ™

    So..why are you, who benefited the most from this hubris of this tactic, frikkin whining?

    (sadly shakes head) Tools and pawns, the lot of ye!

  7. Rick Day says:

    PS:
    Oh, and haven’t ineffective generals, from the Civil War on, been the subject of criticism in the press during war?

    Wasn’t Patton vilified some for bytch slappin a GI?

    It’s not like we are going to win, or anything resembling a win…

    You guys act as if a play on a name is calling a person treasonous. Blame Madison Ave.

  8. dingleberry says:

    You win, Bull Moose, congrats.

    Yes, Tom Delay is talking about the Balkan effort. My how the tables turn when in the exact same circumstances with a Republican President.

    Delay and the Repukelicans are hypocrites!

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