Discussion in 'Congress' started by Jon, Sep 4, 2008.
On Obama, "He worked as a community organizer, maybe that's the first problem with his resume. Then he got elected as state senator, and nearly 130 times he couldn't make up his mind on how to vote. It was too tough, so he voted present. I didn't know about this "present" when I was mayor of New York. Sarah Palin didn't have that choice as mayor and governor of Alaska. You HAVE to make a decision."
He continues to go on about Obama's lack of leadership and decision making.
"The Presidency has no place for on-the-job training, we agree with Joe Biden, one time."
"He's not ready for that 3 a.m. phone call, we agree with Hillary." *applause* "I bet you never thought she'd get applauded at this convention, but even she can be right sometimes."
Rudy wins the night, so far.
Has he made his 9/11 quota yet?
Not mentioned once, but you can see the NY skyline in the background.
Rudy is kicking ass and taking muthafuckin' names!
I was going to mention that. I figured Vegas had a over/under on how many times he would use the term.
Just like (no offense to any vets) but how often John McCain uses the fact that he was a POW.
Being a POW = does not make you automatically qualified to be President for the record.
Nor does being in the army automatically qualify you for the presidency. Otherwise may we welcome President Gump.
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yep..and he says the dems are too pc to bring up islamic terrorists at their convention and that they're all in a state of denial about the threat.
"The Democrats for four days were afraid of using the term 'Islamic terrorist' because they were afraid it would offend someone. Who does it offend? It offends terrorists."
He went on to talk about Obama's flip-flopping on undivided Jerusalem, wire tapping, and other issues. "If I was Joe Biden, I'd get that VP thing in writing."
Rudy's definitely putting Obama's fucked perspectives into focus.
He talked about Obama's remark about Russia and Georgia, "'The US security counsel will sort it out,' Obama said. I guess none of his 300 security advisors told him that Russia holds veto power in that counsil. My advice for Obama, 'Next time, call John McCain. He knows a thing or two about foreign policy.'"
He's really taking Obama to town. This is why, four years ago, I called for "McCain/Giuliani."
"With his pick of Sarah Palin, John McCain's looking to the future. Barack Obama looked to the past."
"How dare they ask Sarah Palin if she has time to take care of her family and be VP? When have they EVER asked a man that question?" *loud applause*
Rudy's on the fucking ball tonight.
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