Just Say No!

To any more Bush’s or Clinton’s holding office in Washington.

After eight years of Obama, the thought of another Bush or Clinton is almost unbearable.

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13 Responses to Just Say No!

  1. squid2112 says:

    O.T. .. apparently Zimmerman is up to his old racist tricks again, this time saving a person from an overturned truck. Boy, for someone who is such a murdering racist, it is uncanny how he continues to be the hero. This is going to put another chink in the rotted flesh that is the race bating leftist turds in this country.


  2. Norm Milliard says:

    I will always vote for an honest man or woman first. Both Bush Presidents were honest men. Something neither Obama or Clinton can claim.

    Today a British broadcaster, while defending the monarchy’s cost, said Obama costs more per year just in travel than all the world’s monarchs combined.

  3. B.C. says:

    Lt. Col. West/Ted Cruz ticket in ’16!

  4. Eric Barnes says:

    Hate to be cynical, but I think the recent slew of t*rdbags is no coincidence, but rather the consequence of the presidential election cycle. To even be considered, you have to do a thousand wink-wink and nudge-nudge’s (and probably worse) to get the support of the party and major recipients of pork to sign on. Anyone who plans on cutting into someone’s piece of the pie will end up like Herman Cain. Too many people survive off the government teat to leave election of the president to chance.

  5. Jason Calley says:

    1928… What happened in 1928?

    That was the last year in which a Republican gained the White House without having either Richard Nixon or one of the Bush boys on the ballot.

    • There Is No Substitute for Victory says:

      When was the last year a Democrat achieved the White House without having a rabbet killing Georgia peanut farmer, an accused rapist from Arkansas, or the empty suit from no one knows where on the ballot?

      But now to answer your question. The last times someone other than Nixon or a Bush won election on the Republican ticket was in both 1980 and in 1984 when President Reagan was elected then reelected. His 1980 avalanche victory against an incumbent plow boy peanut farming President was shocking but his 1984 landslide victory is an Electoral Vote record since both women and African Americans have been free to register and to freely vote in large numbers. Reagan received 525 Electoral College Votes. Now bub, what’s your point?

  6. Jason Calley says:

    Oh! And as for the Clintons… Hillary was not legally qualified to be appointed by Obama to the office of Secretary of State. During the first part of her last term in office, she voted for pay increases for all Cabinet members. The Constitution says: “No Senator or Representative shall, during the Time for which he was elected, be appointed to any civil Office under the Authority of the United States, which shall have been created, or the Emoluments whereof shall have been encreased during such time; and no Person holding any Office under the United States, shall be a Member of either House during his Continuance in Office.”

    Therefore, having voted to increase the pay for Secretary of State, she could not resign her Senate term to become Secretary in 2009. Had Big O waited until the end of her term (in 2013) he could have then legally appointed her. But he didn’t.

    But, as we all know, the Constitution is a dead letter and is no longer the de facto law of the land.

  7. SMS says:

    I’m sorry Steve, you are somewhat mistaken about George Bush. He IS still in office. One of the longest presidencies since FDR. How else can you explain him being responsible for unemployment, hurricanes and …………….just about everything that has gone wrong the last six years.

    • shazaam says:

      And, just like FDR, he has the program/crisis of the month every month.

      Great Depression didn’t end until FDR stopped meddling with the economy. He was to busy with WWII to meddle and things started turning around. Businessmen want some predictability before starting multi-year projects. Economic programs of the month do not encourage anything but standing by and waiting for things to settle. Thus prolonging the depression.

      GW’s third term isn’t going any better than the first 2. And now he’s added race arson to his crimes.

  8. Anthony S says:

    That’s what we said in 2008.

    And we got Obama.

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