Why Steve Acuff is a fool

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Raleigh business man and wanna-be Bushbot Steve Acuff(T) reveals what a supremely unqualified fool he is today with a statement he made in response to David Price's criticism of the Bush Administration. It's Under the Dome.

"My overall thought is Mr. Price is taking cheap shots at the administration," Acuff said. "This is coming from someone who has opposed and obstructed all of the administration's efforts to protect U.S. citizens. What is most upsetting to me about this is the debate right now that is playing on C-SPAN can be played on Al-Jazeera tomorrow."

What else would you expect from a card-carrying member of the Party of Torture? Despite the fact that many military leaders are firmly against the pro-torture position of the Bush administration, Acuff actually believes what the Liar in Chief has to say about anything.

But the killer is what Acuff says is "most upsetting" to him. He'd happily sacrifice our right to free speech and to challenge the arrogance of an imperial presidency in order to hide Bush's criminal incompetence from the eyes of the world.

Fortunately, Acuff has not a snowball's chance in hell of unseating David Price in the 4th district. And Price would be wise to dismiss the Acuff's whining as the pathetic rantings of an anti-American, anti-constitution, rubber-stamping fool.


Have a great day everyone.

I'll be out pruning and sweeping today ... getting ready for a big Planned Parenthood event at our house tomorrow. The Red Clay Ramblers will be playing outside ... so keep your fingers crossed for good weather!

Fingers are crossed

Hope the weather is beautiful.

The soccer team's car wash raised $685. It was amazing. People came by just to bring the kids money without getting their cars washed. Someone involved with women's professional soccer gave them $100.

Then we went to the International Festival at UNCC. The countries that received the most applause and cheers in the parade of nations - Palestine, Lebanon, India, Japan and the booth with the longest line for food was Lebanon. It was amazing. Felafel, hummus and stuffed grape leaves - and that's just the stuff I can pronounce and half-way spayul. They were making it all there and it was wonderful. We also had rice balls, teriyaki chicken and green tea ice cream. We all bought handmade suede bags from Equador. :)

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