Let’s be clear, Dimocrats must suffer shattering defeats in the 2010 elections (let’s not forget the few 2009 elections and what is really happening there) if we are to have a Democratic Party in the foreseeable future or ever. The Democratic Party modeled on the FDR winning coalition must be restored. Obama must be rejected. More importantly Obamaism must be rejected too.
With the above in mind, those of us who reject Obama and his Obamination Party must have allies in elected office. We must be very selective in whom we endorse.
Bill Clinton will endorse Gavin Newsom today in the California governor’s race. Big Media wants to debase the discussion, yet again, by dragging the name of Jerry Brown into the discussion, but Brown is not the concern.
Gavin Newsom is our choice. In the California nomination race we agree with Bill Clinton:
But Newsom curried favor with the former president in 2008, when he endorsed and campaigned actively for Hillary Clinton during her quest for the Democratic presidential nomination. The 42nd president is now returning the favor by throwing his weight around in a Democratic primary, as he has done with other 2010 candidates who backed Hillary’s bid last year.
The endorsement by Bill Clinton of Gavin Newsom corners Obama even more than he already is. Bill Clinton is now supportive of gay marriage rights and Obama – Jack Squat.
We documented Obama’s gay-bashing in many articles we have written. In this one we quoted an article in San Francisco Gate regarding Newsom’s history with gay-basher Barack Obama:
“I gave a fundraiser, at his (Obama’s) request at the Waterfront restaurant,” said former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown. “And he said to me, he would really appreciate it if he didn’t get his photo taken with my mayor. He said he would really not like to have his picture taken with Gavin.”
Today, of course, Obama’s people are backpedaling away from that account like crazy. His deputy campaign director, Steve Hildebrand, who lives with his partner as an openly gay man, calls it “a ridiculous story.” [snip]
But insiders at City Hall, both current and former members of Newsom’s staff, recall the incident well. And you can bet that Newsom hasn’t forgotten it either.
“He was pissed,” said one former staffer.
In fact, early last year, Newsom alluded to the incident in an interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Speaking to Reuters on Jan. 26, 2007, Newsom was asked about three potential Democratic candidates: Obama, Hillary Clinton and Al Gore. [snip]
“One of the three Democrats you mentioned as presidential candidates, as God is my witness, will not be photographed with me, will not be in the same room with me,” Newsom told Reuters, “even though I’ve done fundraisers for that particular person – not once, but twice – because of this issue.”
Gavin Newsom, a Hillary supporter, winning an election while Craig Deeds in Virginia runs away from Barack Obama like a scalded cat, will clue in a few clueless Dimocrats – not to mention the help in can provide in the future.
Obama is Jack Squat on Gay rights. Obama is a gay-basher and even the Hillary hating boobs on Americablog are having to live in their Obama supporting filth:
Apparently, General Jones would have us believe that President Obama wasn’t aware that we were fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan when he promised to lift the gay ban during the campaign in exchange for our votes. So, Jones tells us today, Obama can’t get to that particular promise right now because he’s busy fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Uh huh.
So when exactly are both of those wars going to be over? I’m guessing some time after Obama leaves office. And that of course assumes that we don’t have more wars to “distract” the president.
Jones just set us back. Again. He just gave the Republicans, and conservative Dems, the perfect talking point. Should anyone – members of Congress or the administration – move to lift the ban any time before these wars are over, our opponents will simply quote General Jones saying that to lift the ban during war time would be too distracting. [snip]
In the end, don’t think that Jones is simply freelancing. There is no way a senior administration official goes on TV and keeps screwing up like this. At first it’s a screw up. After this many times, it’s part of the plan. And the plan is to move the goal posts again and again and again until Obama can pass his gay rights promises to the next president, assuming we get a Democrat elected again this century.
Obama is a gay-basher you boobs, when will you learn, when will you apologize to Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton? In all likelihood you will never apologize because you and Andrew Sullivan are boobs listening to Clinton hating boobs who whisper in your ears and you are too stupid to recognize the truth when it slaps you in the face.
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In Massachusetts, Martha Coakley supported Hillary Clinton even though Ted Kennedy drove the Democratic Party there over the bridge. All the big, Kennedy/Kerry/Patrick strutting did not stop Hillary, with the help of Coakley, from a double digit win in the primaries. It’s time to support Coakley.
An email from a Coakley supporter quotes Coakley when she endorsed Hillary:
What poetic justice it would be to have a woman win Ted Kennedy’s seat since, were it not
for his early support of Obama, HIllary Clinton would be President today. [snip]
[Martha Coakley’s endorsement of Hillary: “I am determined to see a successful Democratic campaign for President in November. . . . However, as one of two unpledged delegates elected by the Massachusetts State Committee, I have determined to cast my vote for Hillary Clinton. Running for office under any circumstances is arduous and stressful; it is at times exhilarating and at times exhausting. It tests the issues, the families and supporters, and the very core of the candidate. Running for President of the United States is all of that many times over. Regardless of the outcome of the primary, Mrs. Clinton’s energy, stamina, and resolve have changed the course of history for women seeking office, including the presidency, and I dare say, have changed the course of history of Presidential politics in the United States. It is for these reasons that I will vote for Hillary Clinton in August at the Nominating Convention.”
Martha Coakley kept her word. Ricki Lieberman and the naughty boys at HillBuzz (along with those Massachusetts residents with whom we have discussed this selection) have also endorsed Martha Coakley. Here’s Hillbuzz:
For those of you who don’t know, Martha Coakley is a strong Hillary Clinton supporter. Coakley was a Clinton delegate to the Convention in Denver and refused to surrender her vote to Dr. Utopia, even when Deval Patrick and the Kennedy spiders pressured her to do so. Coakley stood by Clinton, and Clinton Democrats need to stand by Coakley now.
To everyone out there, those of you who remained loyal to Hillary Clinton have our friendship, love, and loyalty in return forever. Those who sided with Dr. Utopia, like Bill Richardson, Chris Dodd, Howard Dean, John Edwards, Tom Daschle, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Claire McCaskill — well, you deserve what you get.
Martha Coakley deserves to have that Senate seat.
Please help make Martha Coakley the first female Senator from Massachusetts.
Team Hillary rides again!
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One final note regarding Hillary Clinton. In the past we were opposed to Hillary taking the Secretary of State job. We also stated that Hillary was the one with all the facts about the conditions for taking that task on and the only one with full knowledge of her intentions and wishes. We supported whatever decision she wished to make.
Hillary decided to become Secretary of State and eventually we were happy to see that in that position she was able to distance herself from the current mess that Obama flings America into on a daily basis – a distance she would not have been able to maintain as an U.S. Senator.
We have been happy that Hillary has been able to keep herself in the public eye, have jobs for her allies thereby keep a segment of her organization together, and gather even more credibility – all while Bill Clinton keeps the Clinton political franchise alive and well and powerful.
Bill and Hillary should keep the franchise alive, not because of their fans (no worship at Big Pink, just deep respect and trust) but because they are the ones with the common sense and ability to get the United States out of the mess Big Media, George W. Bush, and Hopium addicts have gotten us into.
More recently we broached the topic of Hillary’s resignation. We know that Hillary needs to get out but we have not been sure of when. We wrote that Hillary could get out before the Obama mess gets even bigger or after the 2010 elections when the Dimocrats begin to see the bleak future if they stick by Obama and Obamaism’s Situation Comedy coalition.
We now think that it is probably best for Hillary to wait for after the 2010 elections to resign. Our reasoning is that thus far Hillary has shown a remarkable alacrity to travel far when Dimocrats surely want her in the United States to argue on behalf of the policies of that Chicago Clown of Corruption, Barack Obama. We are not worried, but rather relieved, that Hillary is keeping a low profile. We don’t want her associated with the Obama clowns.
We therefore surmise that by remaining as Secretary of State until after the 2010 elections Hillary will be precluded from helping to campaign and therefore elect Dimocratic creeps. Bill Clinton will still travel the country selectively to endorse worthwhile Democrats who might assist any future endeavors.
Hillary can travel the world displaying her quality.
Team Hillary is still together in winter quarters, waiting for the order to march.
In California and Massachusetts, some of the troops are getting exercise, just in case.