Friday, June 09, 2006

Proof Of How Sick Liberal Democrats Are

Today, we'll post a few snippets from the news that show exactly how sick and pathetic Liberal Democrats are.

1.) Republican U.S. Rep. Marilyn Musgrave's re-election campaign was already heated, and it just got smelly as well: Her staff accused a Democratic activist Thursday of leaving an envelope full of dog feces at Musgrave's Greeley office.
Musgrave spokesman Shaun Kenney said someone stuffed the envelope through the mail slot in the door on May 31 and then sped away in a car. Kenney said most of the preprinted return address was blacked out, but staffers used the nine-digit ZIP code to trace it to Kathleen Ensz, a Weld County Democratic volunteer.

2.) (On Abu Musab al-Zarqawis' death.) “This is just to cover Bush’s [rear] so he doesn’t have to answer” for Iraqi civilians being killed by the U.S. military and his own sagging poll numbers, said Rep. Pete Stark, California Democrat. “Iraq is still a mess — get out.”Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich, Ohio Democrat, said Zarqawi was a small part of “a growing anti-American insurgency” and that it’s time to get out.“We’re there for all the wrong reasons,” Mr. Kucinich said.

3.) (On Ann Coulter) (More Liberal name calling in place of intelligent couter points.) Heartless, shameless, careless, loveless, clueless, spineless, politeless, senseless, mannerless, godless (yes!), mindless, heedless, reckless, airless, sightless, baseless, thoughtless, witless, brainless - but NOT money-less. Thanks to all you five-star-reviewers. Way to go! (Its an excellent book, buy it and read it, and learn!)

4.) A TV station and a cable network are refusing to run an ad sponsored by a liberal activist group that targets Republican U.S. Rep. Deborah Pryce because of doubts about the accurance of material the group provided to back up the ad's claims. The group is spending $300,000 on ads slandering Pryce and other lawmakers. The ads say they accepted thousands of dollars in donations from defense contractors and then "opposed penalties for contractors like Halliburton who overcharged the military in Iraq." The station didn't air the ad because its attorneys "did not feel comfortable with the accuracy and honesty of the documentation provided by," he said. Time Warner Cable pulled the ad from the market after receiving a written complaint from Pryce's campaign. The network was also reviewing the material provided to document the ad's content, Time Warner spokeswoman Mary Jo Green said. The ads also target Reps. Nancy Johnson of Connecticut, Chris Chocola of Indiana and Thelma Drake of Virginia. The 30-second spots, which began running Wednesday, are part of the group's $1.3 million ad (aka slander) campaign in the midterm elections.
Pryce's campaign manager, John DeStefano, called the ad false and a deliberate attempt to sway voters toward Mary Jo Kilroy, Pryce's Democratic opponent in the November election.
It's the second time the stations have refused to air an ad attacking Pryce. paid the station $89,400 to run ads in May claiming Pryce was "caught red-handed" taking donations from energy companies and then voting against legislation that would have punished them for gas-price gouging. The station pulled the ad after Pryce's campaign complained. Three other stations had already rejected the ad. (In short the ad's were Liberal LIES.)