Tuesday, January 17, 2006

MLK inspires the politicians

Once again New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin showed how much of an idiot he is by simply opening his mouth. It all began Monday during an MLK Day speech while addressing a crowd of celebrants. In his speech, Nagin said, "Surely God is mad at America. He sent us hurricane after hurricane after hurricane, and it's destroyed and put stress on this country." The former Cox Cable executive and current New Orleans knucklehead added that "New Orleans will be 'chocolate' again."

Yes, that's right, he's promoting a "chocolate New Orleans."

Nagin isn't alone in his continued stroll down the path of ineptitude and folly. As written on RedState.com, "Under the guise of honoring a great American, Democratic leaders instead brought shame upon themselves in an unrelenting outbreak of shameful political self promotion."
  • Al Gore assailed the government's formerly secret program of intercepting electronic communications where there is a reasonable basis to conclude that one party to the communication is a member of al Qaeda, affiliated with al Qaeda, or a member of an organization affiliated with al Qaeda, or working in support of al Qaeda. Gore did so by comparing the current intercept program to the FBI's wiretapping of Martin Luther King Jr.'s telephone conversations.
  • But the Democrats' presidential heir apparent, Senator Hillary Clinton, was the most outrageous. Clinton, speaking at the Canaan Baptist Church of Christ in Harlem called the Bush administration one of the worst in history and saying the House of Representatives is run like a "plantation."


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