Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Sorry, O'Donnell but Christianity and witchcraft won't congeal in the same bowl

Christine O'Donnell declares she is not a witch in ad
Christine O’Donnell said her opponent is “ducking the difficult forum” in order to “only go to the friendly forum.”

A famous African American poet, Maya Angelou, said when a person shows you who he or she is, accept it. In other words, a person on his or her own usually reveals their true nature through actions and words.

O’Donnell is showing voters in Delaware that she is a fake Christian with a fake holy righteous crown atop her head. Like her fellow Republicans and tea party canidates running for office, O'Donnell is a masquerader and flat out liar of the umpteenth degree. She said on Bill Maher's Real Time that she would "not lie under any circumstance, even to save lives during Hitler’s reign of terror".

On the show O'Donnell admitted that she has dabbled in witchcraft. What does “dabble” mean? First of all, as a Bible thumping Christian, why is she interested in witchcraft? Religion and witchcraft won’t congeal in the same bowl. That’s like trying to make Jello with Christianity and pornography being the main ingredients.

Asked by Fox's Sean Hannity about that now famous “dabbling in witchcraft” comment, O’Donnell said, “Who didn’t do some questionable things in high school, and who doesn’t regret the ’80s to some extent? I certainly do, and I most certainly regret bringing it up to Bill Maher".

It is O’Donnell who is afraid of the difficult forums. She knows she will be asked to explain some of her controversial beliefs. She cancelled appearances on shows where not all  questions would be softball and chitchat.

It was O’Donnell who bee-lined it to Rush Limbaugh’s alter ego Sean Hannity to do a soft-core interview replete with pampering. She said she will stick with the Delaware press and town hall meetings. Neither of these “forums” requires a debate with her opponent.

The Delaware press and voters are tea drinkers, and O’Donnell will serve them plenty of tea and crumpets when they host interviews with her, cheering her on before the general election in November.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Media, pundits have their own agenda

Copycat pundits and the tabloid print media have already penned their agenda, which will began immediately after the November 2010 mid-term elections. In their joint campaign against President Barack Obama, and possible rerun for a second term in 2012,  pundits and  the media will force readers and viewers to concentrate on their agenda. Hate talk radio will march in lockstep with Fox.

On the list will be:

1. Selecting suitable Republican candidates that can beat President Obama, and convincing the voting public they are right, just like they are pushing "predictable winners" in the mid-term elections.

2. Continue praising the Tea Party,  catapulting it to national prominence, and a political force to be reckoned with in the presidential election.

3. Telling Republicans how they can repeal legislation that President Obama signed into law. This is especially true of health care reform, banking reform, further tax reductions for the rich.

4. Lindsay Graham talking about using force against Iran. The media and pundits will soon pick up the sword and push the idea.

5. The media and pundits will increase their obsession with Sarah Palin, all the while pretending to wonder if she will run for president in 2012. They'll  continue repeating her self-promoting opinions and pass it off as news.

6. They have already decided to go against Rahm Emanuel and his run for mayor of Chicago. Some pundits and print media have initiated their own smear campaigns, disguised as "we're reporting the news."

7. Bristol Palin, while on Dancing with the Stars, will also be the mix. Other dancers on the show will be side orders.  The media won't give Bristol as much attention as Sarah, but they will keep her name in print and on their lips.

8. The media and pundits will force their dancing choices and opinions on us whether we like it or not. 

I'm just saying. . .