CHARLOTTE, September 6, 2012 – The main theme for the Wednesday night session of the Democratic Convention would be “beautiful irony” if one is being charitable.
While some men throw these words out cavalierly, Sandra Fluke and Elizabeth Warren gave shrill, angry, hysterical speeches that validate every negative stereotype about women. They began their speeches enraged and ended somewhere between conniption and apoplectic.
The National Football League 2012 season opener between the Dallas Cowboys and the New York Giants was a safe haven from the shrieking in Charlotte . Any man dating either of these women should never expect to watch a football game in peace ever again, since football contains violence and is therefore sexist.
Sadly, the football game ended and the grievance-mongers kept complaining.
The GOP apparently engages in a war on women, yet neither Miss Fluke or Ms. Warren noticed that the final speaker of the night was an accused sexual predator. Former President Bill Clinton was a saint compared to the late Senator Ted Kennedy.
Apparently the war on women does not include driving off a bridge and leaving a woman to die. Or being a predator to woman younger than Ms. Fluke.
Another irony occured when Elizabeth Warren railed against a rigged game and Wall Street greed while neglecting to mention former New Jersey Governor and proud leftist Jon Corzine. Her Consumer Financial Protections Bureau (cracy) apparently did not stop Mr. Corzine.
Miss Fluke apparently was less interested in swing voters at home than in wailing and screaming to the hard left base. Her speech made her come across as a spoiled brat, and that were its good points.
She referred to the GOP as “Offensive, obsolete.”
She claimed that Governor Mitt Romney listened to “extreme bigoted voices in his own party.”
She implied that Paul Ryan wants women to die.
“We decide when to start our families.”
President Obama cares more about “his daughters, not his delegates or his donors.”
She did not specify whether she meant organ donors or sperm donors, since many men needed a (redacted) transplant after she spent her time taking men and ripping theirs out.
Elizabeth Warren pointed out that people are suffering.
“Their fight is my fight and it’s Barack Obama’s fight too.”
“The system is rigged.”
She lambasted Big Oil making big profits and crooked Wall Street greed. Jon Corzine was still missing, as was the billion dollars from innocent MF Global shareholders.
There was no word on whether she was ready to live in a mud hut and stop using electricity.
“We celebrate success. We just don’t want the game to be rigged.”
She did not mention Solyndra or the rest of the greeniac crony capitalism rigging the game.
She spoke about how to create jobs and reduce the deficit, of which Obama has done neither.
She mentioned the words “millionaires and billionaires,” of which she is one. She is also 1/32 Cherokee Indian in her world, but the high-cheekboned Fauxcahantas left that out as well.
Romney and Ryan would “vaporize Obamacare.”
Good. It was gracious of her to endorse them.
“Corporations are not people. People have hearts.”
Maybe President Obama and Elizabeth Warren are corporations, or at the very least automatons.
President Obama “believes in a country where nobody gets a free ride.”
Except for the 43 to 47% of the parasites in America that make up much of the Democratic coalition. Sandra Fluke’s speech was a demand for a free ride.
“Anyone who works hard can get some security and build a family.”
Not under the Obama administration.
Ms. Warren wants an “economy with more job and less debt.”
Again, it was nice of her to endorse the Republican ticket.
Then came Bill Clinton. His problem has never been pleasantness. Unlike Fluke and Warren, he knows how to deliver a message without coming across as an outraged lunatic.
His problem is his ego. His speech had a problem with the ending. It lacked one. Like the Energizer Rabbit of years gone by, he just kept going and going.
He came out on stage to Fleetwood Mac’s “Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow,” his 1992 campaign song.” So much for the Obama slogan of looking “forward.”
“I want a man who had the good sense to marry Michelle Obama.”
He may have been leering at her, but that is subjective.
He spoke about “business and goverment working together to promote growth in broadly shared responsibility.”
Except there is no growth today.
“When you stifle human innovation…it hurts us all”
Wow, even Bill Clinton was criticizing the Obama record in favor of Romney.
He said that “he does not hate Republicans” but “the far right hates Obama”
The far left despises Republicans, and that includes the Obamas.
Clinton praised Eisenhower, Bush Sr. and George W. Bush, while really praising himself for being bipartisan.
“What works in the real world is cooperation.”
President Obama does not know what the word means.
“Obama is still committed to constructive cooperation.”
Which means everyone should shut up and agree with him.
Clinton claimed that Obama prefers “inclusion and partnership over partisanship.”
Obama referred to Republicans as “hostage takers” for wanting to preserve tax cuts.
“Are we better off than when he took office?”
We are, but “too many people do not feel it yet.”
Blame the voters. How dare they not appreciate a failed record that spread suffering and misery!
“No president could have fully repaired the damage he found in just four years.”
Then Obama should never have taken the job. He was going to make the oceans rise and heal the planet.
“If you renew the president’s contract, you will feel it.”
He failed once, but fool me twice and it will be ok.
“I believe it with all my heart.”
This is where people double over laughing.
“President Obama, 4 1/2 million, Congressional Republicans 0”
“The bailout of the auto industry worked.”
At this point one’s sides should be aching from giggles. GM is crashing.
“Obama 250,000, Romney 0”
Jaws 3, Rocky 5, Expendables 2, Clinton speaking minutes 6,147, Clinton speaking minutes admiring himself 6,146.
“I know we’re better off because President Obama made the decisions he did.”
No, he did not offer to resign.
“Are we better off because President Obama fought for healthcare reform. You bet we are.”
The voters in 2010 would disagree. The shellacking was pretty clear.
“There are no cuts to (Medicare) benefits at all.”
He said phrases like this while wagging his finger in the same righteous indignant manner as when he insisted he did not have sex with that woman. At least Monica Lewinsky did not demand that taxpayers pick up the tab for the contraception.
Romney will “bankrupt Medicare in 2016.”
The claim that Obama weakened the “Welfare Reform work requirement is not true.”
Actually it is.
He mocked Republicans claiming that “We are not going to let our campaign be dictated by fact-checkers.”
Romney is right. Leftist opinion-checkers making u another part of the Obama campaign apparatus will not be allowed to get away with confusing opinions with facts.
As for the Romney plan “The numbers just don’t add up.”
Clinton chalked that up to One word answer: “arithmetic.”
He implied that Republicans will engage in drastic cuts. Clinton and Obama fail to understand that everyone outside the Time Warner Center in Charlotte want cuts.
he said that the “Obama budget passes the arithmetic test, and more importantly, passes the value test.”
This is true if the Democratic party wants financial bankruptcy to match their moral bankruptcy. Come to think of it, they do.
He praised “America as a force for peace and justice and prosperity.”
Psychiatric Doctor Charles Krauthammer referred to the Clinton speech as “Sprawling, undisciplined, and self-indulgent.”
By the time the Dallas Cowboys had defeated the New York Giants 24-17, the crowd in Charlotte prepared to watch “Good Morning America.” On Sunday, several more football games take place. Then The Oakland Raiders host the San Diego CHargers in the last game of NFL Week 1 on Monday Night Football. By then President Clinton may finally be finished with his speech.
At least they put the word “God” back in the platform over loud floor protests against this. Some Arab Democratic groups were seen yelling against the inclusion of God.
They also managed to get in a few Adolf Hitler references, comparing Nikki Haley to Eva Braun, and Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney to Joseph Goebbels. This is how liberal conventioneers define “coming together.”
This is the modern Democratic Party. They say so much, say it viciously, and yet say absolutely nothing that matters to struggling voters.
These are liberals. This is how they behave.
Brooklyn born, Long Island raised, and now living in Los Angeles, Eric Golub is a politically conservative columnist, blogger, author, public speaker, satirist and comedian. Eric is the author of the book trilogy “Ideological Bigotry, “Ideological Violence,” and “Ideological Idiocy.”
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