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Friday September 5, 2008 weak our country may be, I hope we shall never sacrifice our liberties. I was in the middle of taking out the garbage and, all of a sudden, there you were, trash talking me in front of thousands of cheering (mostly) white people on TV.
What is it with you and your Republican friends always bringing me up? Can you stop thinking about me? It starting to "Anadrol 50" sound like a fetish! Stop it! Four years ago at the last Republican Convention, John McCain, in his convention speech, also trashed me, calling me a filmmaker because I called all of you out in 9/11. The crowd at Madison Square Garden went berserk. McCain didn know I was sitting above him in the press box, and the crowd wouldn stop screaming at me, so I flashed them the L loser sign and, well, nine of New York finest had to help me get out of there alive.
With all the problems facing the world, why is valuable time being wasted reviewing a movie and attacking a filmmaker? And now you, Joe, tonight. Do you think you energizing the by attacking me? Better take a look at the scoreboard. While your side has spent years trying to make me the boogeyman, let see how it worked:
2006 Congressional elections: Republicans lose 30 seats in the House and 6 seats in the Senate;
States That Have Lost a Republican Governor (and elected a Democrat) since 2002: Oral Steroids With Or Without Food Kansas, Montana, Wyoming, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Arkansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Tennessee EACH ONE OF THEM A RED STATE!;
Latest Gallup Poll: Obama hit 50% yesterday for the first time for either candidate, 8 points ahead of McCain!
Putting me in your convention speeches, attacking me nonstop on talk radio and Fox News and thinking that this helps you shows just how out of touch you all are.
Two thirds of the country agree with my position on the war, two thirds of the country agree with my position on a single payer universal health care system, two thirds believe in some form of gun control name the documentary, pick the issue, and the American public agrees with . So get over me, will ya? You only hurting yourself. And I got to finish taking out the garbage.
if John McCain is just another partisan Republican, then I favorite Democrat. And I not. And I think you know that I not. Now click your heels together and say, no place like home on the Republican minority side of the aisle. This talk was delivered "Anadrol 50" at the Rally for the Republic in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on September 2, 2008.
Sometimes people say that Americans are cynical about politics. Looking at the way the Bush administration has used and abused its power for the last eight years, is it really surprising?
You would have to be sedated not to be cynical.
It should be clear why the "Anaboliset Aineet" Ron "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" Paul movement took the country by storm. It represents something different, something hopeful. Some commentators talk about how the Paulians have a dark view of American society. Actually, the opposite is true. That people worked so hard to save this country from the regular politicians speaks very highly of their outlook.
On the other hand, it is true that Paulians don have a high regard for existing political structures.
Consider Bush. He has not only broken election promises and trampled on American liberties, he hasn done a single decent thing for this country. And what he has done contradicts all of the values he said he would uphold both times he tricked people into voting for him.
I wish I could report that this wasn his intention. And yet even from his first day in office, he spoke to aides about his priority of going to war on Iraq a country hardly mentioned during his first presidential campaign. They were discussing the energy policy of the new administration. Recall that in those days, gasoline cost less than a dollar a gallon. Frum had the idea that it would be a political victory to drive down the price. He suggested the Masteron For Endurance Bush use the phrase energy to describe his goal.
Frum writes in his memoirs about what happened next. Bush me a sharp, squinting look, as if he were trying to decide whether I was the very stupidest person he had heard from all day. He might have added that profits in the oil business which is the business that this government cares most about were growing thinner.
Cheap energy, he answered, was how we got into this mess.
What mess? Bush explained to Frum that regular Americans were buying too many SUVs "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" and using too much gasoline and not paying enough for it. His answer was not to make energy cheaper, but to make it more expensive.
Congratulations, Mr. President. Your wars, your regulations, your disruption of the international economy, and your failure to open up the industry to anyone other than your friends has resulted in quadrupling the price of gasoline!
Of course, Proviron O Que Faz Bush success comes at our expense. All of his successes have come at our expense. In fact, that last sentence might as well be the theme of his entire presidency.