PUMA Politics: Just Because You Are Paranoid
There is a saying that just because you are paranoid does not mean people are not out to get you. I am feeling that this particular saying really does apply, with one big difference, to some aspects of this election cycle. Never before would moderate indies (like myself) and die-hard dems (and you know who YOU are) be agreeing with Sean Hannity, Karl Rove, Newt Gingrich and Mike Huckabee; NEVER….but even though we sometimes think they are right-wing nuts, it does not mean that they are not right some of the time and worthy of agreement in such times as these considering the overwhelming evidence linking the Democratic Party to the housing bubble that has created this economic crisis and the failure of the bailout bill by Congress. I personally was very glad that it was defeated because this version which the Congress wasted three days on was almost as flawed as the first version. No Free Government Give-Aways that are going to make the problem snowball. AIG was enough.
What follows is numerous videos from Fox New today, (since they are actually talking about the subject) that are clear and concise.
Mike Huckabee and Sean Hannity 9/29/08:
Bill O’Reilly “Talking Points” 9/29/08:
(After the bill failed) Grrrrr…..Pelosi hammering the Republicans as not receiving the message of how dire the situation is and not stepping up to the plate. Please remember that the Dems could have passed this bill all by themselves; they have a majority. Who did not get the job done?
Pelosi’s speech before the vote went to the floor. My brain candy question? What was it about this bill that Pelosi and the Dems did not like so much that they were willing to make it look like the Republicans were the reason it did not pass when she so angered the other side of the aisle into not voting for it? Remember, the Dems could have passed it by themselves. What was in it for Pelosi and Dems?
Pay attention to this interview of Karl Rove speaking with John Gibson. This goes back to the brain candy question….what was the motivation?
Karl Rove on The Factor speaking about Pelosi’s partisanship:
Newt Gingrich on the mortgage meltdown basics:
Now, go do something fun….get out of the house and away from your computer!