Sunday, August 27, 2006

Laffy Punts

I just listened to 40 painful minutes of the Republican Primary debate between liberal Sen. Lincoln Chafee and his opponent Stephen Laffy on C-SPAN.

And painful it was because while Chafee left so many opportunities for Laffy, the better Republican failed to go in for the kill. Laffy kept acting like he was in a general election debating a liberal Democrat instead of a Republican primary.

And if Laffy thought he was in a general election debate, Chaffe thought he was in a Democrat primary. He actually called the 9-11 attack, “mayhem”.

Mayhem! A food-fight between rival kindergarten classes in the cafeteria is mayhem. On September 11, 2001, nearly 3000 random souls were cruelly murdered by Muslim crazies. Some of our fellow Americans not only died but suffered unimaginable pain and white-hot terror before their lives were ended. And the Senator from Rhode Island characterizes it as “mayhem”. That flippant remark alone should lose him the race even if it WAS a Democrat primary.

Chaffee said he would not favor the death penalty even for Osama bin Laden because Chaffee thinks that he might not be guilty. If you think I am taking him out of context than you didn’t see the debate. I would never make something that ludicrous up. The fool kept going on about how some mob hundreds of years ago lynched some poor sap. Never mind that OBL claimed credit for the attack on video tape and doubt about his crimes only exists in the mind of this traitorous RINO.

And for Laffy not to pounce on that one is just unforgivable.

Then there was this insufferable “church and state” crap. I mean the man seems to think that its government’s job to literally wipe out every trace of religion of in the public square.

If RI fails to nominate Laffy than that state’s GOP is as dead as Connecticut’s.


Blogger Andy Dick said...

Have you watched the documentary on (the 2nd Edition is much better put together then the 1st and should be watched)? And before you call it rubbish (that's just my guess of your opinion) does not involve politics but instead just asks the questions that people should not be afraid or shunned to ask.

September 05, 2006 7:32 AM  
Blogger mccommas said...

Umm. Not sure what post of mine you are refering to.

September 05, 2006 6:18 PM  
Blogger Andy Dick said...

Sorry...I saw you posted on Ray Hackett's blog from the Norwich Bulletin here.

September 06, 2006 2:00 PM  
Blogger PoorGrrl said...

Hey McCommas! Check out my new post on Khatami's visit to America on my other blog Kafir Warrior @ I loved to know what you think. Thanks!

September 07, 2006 11:23 AM  
Blogger PoorGrrl said...

Hey Mac! Thanks for stopping by my other blog, Kafir Warrior. You made some good points in the comments you left. I see you agree that Tammy Bruce's latest book is too optimistic. Sorry you couldn't read it all. It's really good, even if it paints a too rosy picture about America's future.

Well, that's all for now. Good luck at school. I'll be dropping by again soon!

September 14, 2006 9:42 AM  

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