Gee Jami, Another Nasty Republican

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was at the Kennedy Center on Saturday. No, she was not there to watch a performance. She was there to give a performance. Rice played a number of songs on the piano, an instrument she started playing at the age of three. Why would the Secretary of State be playing a piano at the Kennedy Center? Does not she have other things to do? Seems she was accompanying a young singer who has Pulmonary Hypertension, a disease that is often fatal.

Here was Rice helping the Pulmonary Hypertension Association and this young lady. Now that is one nasty republican. That is, after all, why Jami wants Hillary as president. Because she is a woman and Jami is tired of nasty republicans.

Oh, by the way. The young lady that Rice was helping is the granddaughter of a politician. You know how those nasty republicans are. They will always help each other out. Only one small problem with that.

The soprano is a granddaughter of Rep. Tom Lantos, D-Calif., and his wife Annette, who Rice has known for years.

Yep, that is one nasty republican Jami. Better jump right up and get Hillary on the phone.

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7 Responses to “Gee Jami, Another Nasty Republican”

  1. Adam says:

    You’re just really setting an example you nasty Republican bastard. I thought we were all supposed to stick to valid arguments but I guess you’d much rather just keep attacking Jami for no apparent reason. Ohwell I guess. Case in point for Jami if you ask me.

  2. Surfside says:

    No apparent reason? Oh, Adam, please . . . . If I were to have said I don’t know much about Bush’s policies or platform, but I’m voting for him because he’s a man and a Christian — you would be all over me like white on rice. Over at your site, Gary read me the riot act and insulted me and the rest of us just because he thought I didn’t have enough knowledge about the intricate and complex issue of stem cell research.

    Jami is the poster girl for political idiocy. Knowing virtually nothing about Hillary, she’s going to support her,vote for her and build a web site around her because Hillary’s a female Democrat. How bizarrely naive and stupid is that? You can’t blame Big Dog for being unable to rid himself of the stench of wrongness that she embodies. And, “nasty Republicans?” She must be learning her politics through the Howard Dean primer.

    Yeah, Jami’s a keeper — and she’s all yours.

  3. Adam says:

    Yeah, I can blame Big Dog for being rude, and you too. Don’t tell me what I would and would not do. I would not be all over anybody. I don’t care why you support somebody. Everybody starts somewhere with political opinion. Politics are never going to be all about informed people. I would also never talk so bad about someone who has never said so much as a word to me. She leaves one comment on my site and you are guys are posting entries about her. If you ask me it’s the first sign that this dog house smells like dog shit.

  4. Surfside says:

    Too bad your moral indignation doesn’t extend to honesty. But, what else would I expect from a Democrat? I’m not being rude; I’m being honest.

    Anyone who supports a candidate purely on the basis of race, sex or political designation should not be allowed to vote. This isn’t a high school popularity contest for president of the Student Government. We are picking the leader of our country: one that controls our military; one that can make or break our economy; one that literally has their finger on the button of nuclear war. It’s serious business. It should be taken as such. I would rather have onlty 10% of the country vote with a firm grasp of the issues to elect our president — than 90% of an uniformed electorate. Hell, I’d be fine if you had to pass a current events exam before voting.

    I have no problem with Jami having no grasp on Hillary and what she stands for. I have a problem with Jami insisting Hillary should be president based on so little/no information.

  5. Surfside says:

    You know that I usually abhor name calling and affixing labels. But, this thing with Jami is just off the charts. However, my personal apologies to you for para. one of my previous post. I’m letting my day bleed into my comments. It happens.

  6. Big Dog says:

    Adam, you are only partly right. I am a nasty bastard republican or otherwise. I have no tolerance for stupidity thus my intolerance of the left. People make mistakes but stupid is not a mistake, it is a problem.

    Jami made some stupid comments and I jumped on them. You had to be the white knight and jump in to call me names for pointing out that she needs an education. I did not notice you condemn her for calling republicans nasty. oh yeah, we are in your view. Perhaps you should worship the ground I walk on. You worship that idiot Dean and I am not nearly as nasty as he is. Let me rephrase, I am much nastier than he could ever be, I just temper it when I am communicating here.

    Surfside, no apology is necessary. I learned a long time ago that you need to speak on a level the audience will understand. It is obvious from the Dean worship and the comments here that this is all they understand. You spoke at their level. I hope you did not get hurt stooping that low…..

  7. Adam says:

    Again, which is about the 10th time today, total bullshit.

    Why does support for something always look like worship to you, Big Dog? You were accusing me of worshiping Clinton for the longest time and I never even wrote about him. I finally said that if you are going to accuse me of it I might as well check the guy out and hey hey, look at me now. I’m out of this one too. I don’t want to mess up your “honest debate.” The left is just so stupid anyway, right Big Dog? You really do have to stoop so low to get us to understand…