February 22, 2005

Jesse Jackson trying to become more moderate? Not hardly...

Jesse Jackson writes a weekly piece for the Chicago Sun-Times, and this week, the Sloganmeister actually sounds conciliatory toward President Bush.

We know now that, thanks to the news media consortium that recounted ballots in every Florida county, recounting under any method and any criterion they tested would not have overturned Bush's exceedingly thin plurality (in 2000).
"We know now?"

Uh, Jesse, we knew that four years ago. You and your cronies refused to accept the truth, and continued to peddle your lies and obfuscations as absolute and unquestionable truth from 2000 forward. You expect me to believe that you've had a monumental epiphany now? So does this mean we will have to wait four and a half years for you to accept the Ohio results of 2004?

Democrats hoped that anger over Florida would produce a huge turnout in 2004. John Kerry did win 16 percent more popular votes than Al Gore, but George W. Bush won 23 percent more popular votes than he did in 2000.

What might have hurt the Democrats even more is if Gore's strategy had been successful, and he had been installed as president by the partial hand count sanctioned by the Democratic-appointed Florida Supreme Court.

Ah. I see now. It's AlGore's fault.

So are we supposed to smile and let bygones be bygones now? I don't think so.

I don't trust you, Jesse. You've never let the truth get in the way of your own agenda, no matter what that was.

And now, with raving moonbats from Hillary Clinton on down working to present themselves as more moderate in order to woo those of us on the right, none of you have shown that you are still anything but stark, raving, slobbering moonbats. When the moon goes full, you'll sprout wings and rejoin Howard Dean screeching at the top of your collective lungs about how "eeeevil" those of us on the right are, and working to stab us in our collective backs.

No, Jesse, I'll pass on the "Kumbaya" singing today.

Posted by mhking at February 22, 2005 09:56 AM

Atleast Hillderbeast tries to make her acting a lil more convincing.

Posted by: Scooter at February 22, 2005 02:41 PM

Jesse Jackson is taking his act on the road, specifically to London, to keynote an awards banquet sponsored by African Caribbean entrepreneurs. With major sponsors of his Wall Street Project tiring of his shakedowns, he is coming to London to present awards and share with the entrepreneurs his “successes.”Jackson will also be in London next month to address a "Politics of Power" conference designed to energize and organize black voters; to insure “every vote counts.”

Posted by: Christopher Arps at February 26, 2005 09:33 PM
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