Whitman’s Sabotaged Campaign
December 1, 2010
I see that we are witnessing the aftermath of the dirty tricks and dishonest campaigning of Democrats across the nation.
Let us start with California. Why not? After all, California has always led the nation in lapsed morals and ethics. It is not the home of Hollywood for nothing.
It is now revealed by the San Francisco Chronicle that the California Nurses Association was behind the scheme to sabotage what looked, at the time, as the winning gubernatorial campaign of Meg Whitman.
As soon as I read it was that two-faced sleazebag, Gloria Allred, who was the attorney for the Mexican illegal alien domestic. . . I knew the story was a fraud.
There was no reason for this person who was compensated $23 per hour for all those years, to be so angry at her treatment by Whitman.
What a coincidence that this should erupt during a most crucial period of the election campaign. But, as usual, the Dems got away with it.
If I were to ever lose my head and decide to run for public office, I would try to hire one of the firms that handle New Jersey Democrats. Maybe even though I am a Republican, they might take the assignment.
Why would I like a Democrat ad agency handling my account? The answer is because I would want to win and I would delight in using the low-down dirty tricks that Democrats have used and gotten away with for years.
Most Republicans still think we are using the Marquess of Queensbury rules.
As for the Wikileaks scandal, I think the guy behind the leaks should be arrested and tried for espionage.
But, maybe the whole thing is a blessing in disguise. Maybe that is the only way the public can ever find out what really goes on behind the scenes.
So far, I think and I hate to say this, Hillary comes out looking pretty good. I didn’t know someone with her liberal bona fides could be as crafty and cunning in foreign affairs.
To think she could have been the president instead of the racist socialist that Ted Kennedy, Bill Richardson and all those other opportunists gave us in Denver in 2008.
Do you remember the Clinton commercial which began with a phone ringing in the White House at three in the morning? It was a secure phone and signaled a crisis going on in the world.
And the message was quite clear. . . Obama was not up to the job. Too bad there were so many people that liked the novelty of a black president without any concern as to his qualifications.
The election of 2008 will go down in history as the most tragic mistake the voters have made. Of course, this mistake is as monumental as the election of 1912, which put Woodrow Wilson in the White House, as well as the election of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in l932.
But, that was then and this is now!
And the beginning of the end of this once great Republic, as we have known it, is at hand. Sorry!