Open mouth, insert foot. Somewhere, there is a village missing an idiot. Iknow it’s old, trite, and not funny, but I think it applies.
He’s going to expend a lot of energy trying to change to subject. The last thing he wants is to allow anyone the time to take a good look at him.
He’s a vile man, and vile men do vile things. All the more reason to shine a light on this cockroach.
That’s right–gotta keep duckin’ and dodgin.’
Thing is, the odds are against him. What with the weight of political shot headed his direction, SOMETHING is bound to straddle him. Then it’s lights out for his career.
It doesn’t matter how vile or idiotic Sen Dodd is, (and he REALLY is one of those Congress-critters primarily responsible for the meltdown of Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac), SOMEONE has to run against him. Someone whom the citizens of Connecticut will actually vote for. I haven’t heard of anyone who fits the bill, but, then again, I don’t vote in Connecticut…
When a democrat is in trouble, it runs against Bush. Heck, the tactic just might win.
It probably is all Bush’s fault. Just ask Dodd.
Another poster boy for corruption. One of those of teh elite political class entrenched in congress who believe that laws, morality and ethics apply to lesser beings. Congress is populated with them.
Open mouth, insert foot.
As I live in the fair state of CT, with due respect I need to correct RPL on the statement above:
Open mouth, change foot.
In the latest Quinnipiac polling numbers Dodd is trailing a Republican candidate – Rep. Rob Simmons – by nearly 50%. And even better, according to the article, more than half of those polled said they didn’t know much about Simmons.
When the story broke about Dodd’s banking, um, issues, his approval rating was 51%. Those ratings have fallen from 42% in February to 33% in April.
New England may be a liberal wasteland, but we don’t like to be embarrassed as publicly as Dodd has embarrassed the State of CT.
The bell is tolling for you, Senator Dodd.
Very, VERY good news. Let’s hope it works out that way.
But calling Obama a fascist is cool?
After 8 yrs of Bu$Hitler? Quite simply, yes.
Fascism is, by it’s very definition, a leftist ideology, which demands subservience by the people to a strong central government and leader.
The government gets to decide who can do what, where, when and how, and has an interest in every factor of the political and social makeup of the nation.
Seems to me that’s what the “lightworker” has set about doing.
It also has the virtue of being true. If the idiots..er, the voters, of this country were better educated, they would know that Obama and the Dems are the fascist party.
You think it is not?
Alos – dish it out but can’t take it; that’s what I’ve seen lately.
Personally I won’t stoop down to the levels that the left lived in for the past 8 years.
I may not have voted for P.BO, but he is the President of the United States; at the very least respect for the office should be given, if not for the man himself.
Which is more than the left can claim they did for the past 8 years.
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