January 10, 2007
Comment Thread for Kucinich Unhiniched
Comments, thoughts, ruminations, mullings, and blue-skying on our recent Malkin post, Kucinich Unhiniched.
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Hatched by Dafydd on this day, January 10, 2007, at the time of 4:26 PM
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This post is absolutely not by our dearest Michelle; instead, it's by those rascals at Big Lizards, who crawled out of their holes long enough to bespeak themselves. ~^~ Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) was just a guest on Hugh Hewitt's... [Read More]
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The following hissed in response by: jeff
Perhaps as one of the leading peacenik neo-isolationist types, Kuchinch figures he'll never have to deal with the Ayatollahs.
The following hissed in response by: Big D
Incurious is polite-speak for stupid and happy to be so.
Actually the answer is, the left doesn't give a rat's rear end about truth, reality, peace, love or understanding. They are narcissistic, and only care what other nations think of us to the extent it impacts their trips to Cote d' Azure.
Their ideal is to drive down the streets like Roman emperors, tossing coins from their chariots to the starving, grateful masses. They don't want to help the masses, not really, since who then would they toss coins to? It is about their feeling of being good, rather then the reality of actually doing good or evil.
The following hissed in response by: thekid1
I just listened to that radio show.
I was just as stunned as the poster that Kucinich did not know the name of the religious leader (of a theocracy) of our largest enemy, especially since the center of his platform in his presidential run was our middle east policy.
Also, in the same radio interview, he stated that he was against pulling out American troops until an international force can be brought in. I am in agreement with him, but I do not recall him ever mentioning this unlikely precondition when he ran for president.
Finally, he also stated that he believes the Hopkins study stating that 600,000 Iraqis have died as a result of the war. However, he rephrased it as 600,000 innocent Iraqis, a result the very questionable Hopkins study didn't come to. (To give you an idea of how problematic the Hopkins study is, the baseline prewar number is 1 Iraqi dying every 180 years, which would have the average Iraqi living to be 180 years old.)
The following hissed in response by: Nikolay
Compare this with Mark Levin's anti-Kennedy rant, in which he talks about "Iranian islamonazis and their Al-Qaeda friends". HotAir recently ran a video illustrating the way Iran and Al-Qaeda make friends. This is much worser ignorance that not knowing Supreme Leader's name, and yet nobody cares.
The following hissed in response by: liberal catnip
Gee, that reminds me of when Bush thought the name of Canada's prime minister was "poutine".
The above hissed in response by: liberal catnip at January 10, 2007 7:34 PM
The following hissed in response by: SalameBoloney
No one says you have to be well-informed to be a congressman and here is an example. I don't think Kucinich is a news junkie or heavy reader or has a grasp of the sweep of history. I think he just wants to bang on his drum all day. And be president, that would be cool, too.
The following hissed in response by: JHS1
Ooh, and I bet our Commander-in-Chief, who currently has the responsibility of sending our young people into a civil war, would be really good with naming heads of state.....give me a break, you unhinged wingnuts.
The following hissed in response by: uhangtight
I'm surprised Kucinich actually remembers his own name let alone the religious leader of Iran. Liberal logic has melted his brain.
The following hissed in response by: ShoreMark
Eh, to be perfectly frank, I don't particularly care if our elected officials know the names of the various leaders of our enemies (and I'd not expect much of Dennis "Dept. of Peace" Kucinich in any case)
I'm more disturbed that they're not willing to confront them from a position of strength before our strength is completely decimated by their appeasment tendencies -- and we're dangerously close to that end right now.
When did just killing the enemy go out of fashion here in the USA? It's certainly still in vogue on their side, isn't it?
By the way, I think I may have been dreaming, but it sure sounded like Dick Durbin called for (in his response to tonight's speech by President Bush) the Iraqi government to get cracking on providing health care for their citizens? That can't be true, can it?
The following hissed in response by: nk
I apologize, liberal catnip. I did not read your linked article carefully enough. You were right. The President made the same mistake as Governor Engler.
The above hissed in response by: nk at January 11, 2007 4:59 AM
The following hissed in response by: Jimeo
The only mainstream media guy who will put Dems to the test occasionally is Russert. Four years ago, when mad doctor Dean looked unstoppable, the Meet The Press host asked the would-be commander-in-chief how many service members our armed forces consisted of. He answered "one to two million," which was correct, in the sense that "ten thousand to twenty million" would have been correct.
The above hissed in response by: Jimeo at January 11, 2007 6:39 AM
The following hissed in response by: CaptainDutch
Please don't encourage Kucinich...
Expecting this dolt to understand anything about world affairs, foreign leaders or even hinting he's remotely qualified to be considered to be president is like expecting to find a talking donkey (I know, he's an ass and talks, but I meant a REAL talking donkey!).
That he doesn't know Ali al-Khamenei's name is no surprise. I'm surprised he knows his own name!
The following hissed in response by: Jason Smith
This isn't the first time in recent weeks that a member of the majority party showed himself to be clueless about our enemies.
The above hissed in response by: Jason Smith at January 11, 2007 7:44 AM
The following hissed in response by: Tantor
As I recall, Kucinich was sponsor of a bill that would prohibit the US from using satellites that used mind control rays. No, I'm not making this up. Probably, he read about them in a comic book.
Apparently, reality is not Kucinich's strong suit. He's better at dealing in fantasy.
The following hissed in response by: Scott
You are all making a HUGE error...
Ali al-Khamenei is NOT the leader of this country's greatest enemy...
At least the most PUBLIC member of the greatest enemy this country has EVER faced would have to be...
She and her ilk will be the end of us all...
The following hissed in response by: Jeremiah
The wire service coverage of the Congressional swearing in ceremonies quoted Kucinich saying that a proposed meeting between Virgil Goode and Keith Ellison would lead to "healing." Striking a cooperative pose with an adversarial colleague is one thing, but that touchy-feely mumbo-jumbo rhetoric is not what I call leadership. It is not spirited debate.
The above hissed in response by: Jeremiah at January 11, 2007 12:41 PM
The following hissed in response by: Jimeo
and now he wants the FCC to regulate speech.
The above hissed in response by: Jimeo at January 16, 2007 8:03 AM
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