Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Pataki's presence and position

Here's a very extensive look at George Pataki from the Tonawanda News. "Experts doubt Pataki has the presence, position to make a serious presidential run."

Make sure to post your 2008 questions in the comment section under last nights post!

20 Comments:

Blogger Yoda said...

Hmmmm.... Thank you Governor Pataki for all three of the Christmas cards.

Google the term Householding, you should.... Save you 66% on your direct mail bill it will....

9:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got three cards too!

9:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Should be interesting to see if Pataki actually runs.

http://www.iowansforromney.com/

11:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I got 3 cards from him, too. He obviously is NOT a fiscal conservative.

2:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I, too, got three cards. No kidding. Plus, they came on Dec. 26. Ouch. Someone should tell him that cards are to come before Christmas, and it looks like you're slacking if they come after.

Looks like losing all that staff in Iowa has slowed him down a bit.

3:58 PM  
Blogger Peter said...

Pataki should stay as far away from the Republican primary as possible, but as for the Democrats......

Anyway, the NY GOP right now probably has more faith in Spitzer than they do in Pataki, just to tell you a thing about him.

4:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I only received two Christmas cards from Pataki. He must not like me as much as the rest of you guys :(

8:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I only received two Christmas cards from Pataki. He must not like me as much as the rest of you guys :(

8:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I only got two cards. It was the worst Christmas Card I got from a Presidential Candidate.

8:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Newt was on Fox tonight. He differentiated himself from McCain by stating his opposition to McCain-Feingold (Feingold, for those that don't know, is the very liberal senator from Wisconsin). I think often about the fact that Kerry found McCain to be compatible enough to ask him to be his VP. Kerry - McCain? McCain proclaims to be the legit conservative. How did Kerry get ok with that? Doesn't add up.

Why does McCain always pair up with the most liberal guys around?

9:27 PM  
Anonymous the one is here now bow down said...

Because McCain is a liberal.

Look at McCain/Feingold, McCain/Kennedy, his incessant grandstanding on torture with his pal light-in-the-loafers Lindsay Graham.

His position on torture leads to only one conclusion...

IF JOHN MCCAIN BECOMES PRESIDENT, WE WILL LOSE THE WAR ON TERROR!!!!


again...

WE WILL LOSE THE WAR ON TERROR!!!

10:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think a guy whose actually been tortured POW, probably is right in how we should treat other POWs

besides he's the most hawkish member of our party right now

does anybody even know romney, huckabee, or brownbacks position on iraq?

12:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

McCain was dead wrong when he claimed, as the Democrats did, that we have been "torturing" prisoners. He fell for the Left's propaganda, as he often does.

8:10 AM  
Anonymous the one is here now bow down said...

Captured terrorists are not POWs, hence they are fair game.

Get all the info we need out of them, then dispatch them, grind their bodies and feed them to the local pigs.

8:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe someone who has been tortured cannot be objective about the issue. Their personal experience makes them unable to see the forest due to their own tree.

It kind of hits me like, a lawyer who represents himself has a fool for a client and the idiom about Doctors being unable to treat themselves or their family members.

Kerry couldn't stand up and I don't think McCain can either.

Nice pair those two.

9:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To deny McCain the opportunity to speak on an issue that has affected him personally is to deny the existence of objective truth.

Besides we don't want politicians who are objective on the issues. We want folks who are going to get out there and lead. That means taking a position and fighting for it.

10:42 AM  
Blogger Cancer Man said...

Good point 10:42.

Now what is his excuse on amnesty for 12 million illegal aliens? Perhaps send them to Iraq and he'll only need to recruit 18 million more to reach 30. I'm sure he can round them up in Arizona or perhaps Marshalltown. For clarification its Marshalltown, IOWA John. That place you skipped in 2000.

I'll save the Keating 5 knuckle shuffle, Gangbang of 14 and campaign finance reFUBAR for a later post.

11:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

at least none of the others are as lame as romney...federalizing state troopers to round up illegals when they are right in front of him...mowing his freaking lawn. This guy is a joke.

12:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hilarious, a post on Pataki quickly is NOT about Pataki at all! hahahahahahahahaha

1:10 PM  
Anonymous the one is here now bow down said...

To deny McCain the opportunity to speak on an issue that has affected him personally is to deny the existence of objective truth.

He can speak on it all he wants. Just as I can call him a fucking idiot who would lose the war. Perhaps your definition of "objective truth" includes coddling those who kill United States soldiers.

Why shouldn't McCain be told to shut the hell up? This is the same guy who said "I would rather have open government than the First Amendment."


JOHN MCCAIN WILL LOSE THE WAR ON TERROR!!!

2:42 PM  

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