I was telling my mother this story on Saturday and thought I'd share it with all of you. One thing that I cannot stand is that John McCain assumed that all women are retarded and will blindly follow Sarah Palin just because she is a woman (kinda). Well I came across such a retard the other day at Stop n' Shop.
I was walking behind these two women when one asked the other "So what do you think of Sarah Palin?"
Retard #2- 'Oh my God, I just love her!!!, I was going to vote for Obama but with an everyday woman running how can we not vote for her, we've wanted equality for so long'
Retard #1- 'Oh I know'
Retard #2- 'This is our chance to get a woman in power...we can't let it go'
I swear I almost lost it, I wanted to throw a jar of peanut butter at this lady's head, there's obviously nothing in her head being used anyway. I'm not big on celebs getting all political but Matt Damon said it best..'it's like a bad Disney movie'
I HATE Palin, almost as much as I hate Bush. She hasn't ruined the country yet, but I'm afraid she may get the chance. Then to top it off the other night I tortured myself by pulling up YouTube and watching her with Hannity. Why do I do this? I almost cracked my computer as I was yelling at it and almost threw it. He tossed her lob after lob, would you expect him to throw her a curveball? Of course not. I don't know why I do these things that just piss me off.
I can't wait to see Biden crush her, my only wish is that Obama took Clinton now, she would have torn Palin's head off and shoved it up her ass, grabbed her by the legs and used her as a wheel barrel.
Just picturing that makes me happy
|Are you a little angry? Just remember it is the congress that passes the laws not the president. Lets see who runs the congress THE DEMOCRATS YOU AIRHEAD!!!!!|
|Who isn't angry at the situation that our country is in. And maybe if you paid attention to what goes on in the world you would know that the Dems just took majority two years ago, and laws that they have tried to pass to undo all the crap the GOP has done have been vetoed. |
George W. Bush
1. July 19, 2006: Vetoed H.R. 810, Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2005, a bill to ease restrictions on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. Override attempt failed in House, 235-193 (286 needed).
2. May 1, 2007: Vetoed H.R. 1591, U.S. Troop Readiness, Veterans' Care, Katrina Recovery, and Iraq Accountability Appropriations Act, 2007. Override attempt failed in House, 222-203 (284 needed). A later version of the bill that excluded certain aspects of the initial legislation that the President disapproved of, H.R. 2206, was enacted as Pub.L. 110-28 with the President's approval.
3. June 20, 2007: Vetoed S. 5, Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007.
4. October 3, 2007: Vetoed H.R. 976, Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2007 ("SCHIP"). Override attempt failed in House, 273-156 (286 votes needed).
5. November 2, 2007: Vetoed H.R. 1495, Water Resources Development Act of 2007. Overridden by House, 361-54 (277 votes needed). Overridden by Senate, 79-14 (62 needed), and enacted as Pub.L. 110-114 over President's veto.
6. November 13, 2007: Vetoed H.R. 3043, Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act of 2008. Override attempt failed in House, 277-141 (279 votes needed).
7. December 12, 2007: Vetoed H.R. 3963, Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2007. Override attempt failed in House, 260-152 (275 votes needed).
8. December 28, 2007: Pocket Vetoed H.R. 1585, National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008. A later version of the bill that changed a minor provision of which the President disapproved was quickly passed by Congress (H.R. 4986) and was enacted with the President's approval as Pub.L. 110-181 on 28 January 2008.
9. March 8, 2008: Vetoed H.R. 2082, Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008. Override attempt failed in House, 225-188.
10. May 21, 2008: Vetoed H.R. 2419, 2007 U.S. Farm Bill. Overridden by House, 316-108 (283 votes needed). Overridden by Senate, 82-13 (64 votes needed). Enacted as Pub.L. 110-234 over the President's veto. Due to a clerical error, this act was repealed by Pub.L. 110-246.
11. 18 June 2008: Vetoed H.R. 6421, 2007 U.S. Farm Bill, re-passed by Congress to correct a clerical error in HR 2419. Overridden by House, 317-109 (284 votes required). Overridden by Senate, 80-14 (63 votes needed). Enacted as Pub.L. 110-246 over the President's veto.
12. July 15, 2008: Vetoed H.R. 6331, Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act. Overriden by House, 383-41 (283 votes required.) Overriden by Senate, 70-26 (64 votes required). Enacted as Pub.L. 110-275 over the President's veto.