Billary is about to DROP THE HAMMER!


doublenutz

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This loss in NH is gonna be painful. Word around town is that Billary is about the unleash the BIG GUNS on Obama by bringing James Carville and Paul Begala into her Campaign.

Now we really get to sit back and watch the fireworks as Carville hacks the Democratic Party up from inside and pops out of Obama's chest like an Alien! :eek: Link Removed

By the time Carville and Begala slices and dices the party and exposes Obama's bogus campaign rants, Obama will become the party nominee... and he will then will be a much easier target for the GOP to hack up.

If Hillary had any real strategy she would have taken out Obama with Carville and Begala months ago before he could get to this point. Kinda gives us a prescient exposure into how she will handle the war on terror- in other words, she will wait until this country in deep before she brings in the calvary to fix it.
 

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Ektarr

Dedicated Infidel
Begala's denying his involvement with the campaign, of course. But it may shed some light on his personality if you knew his history...

Many of you may not know that as a youth Paul held a job in a winery, preparing the corks for insertion into the bottles. It was his job to ensure they were suitably pre-soaked so they would insert easily without damaging the bottles.

He also worked for a time in Construction, mixing cement. That was when he was very young, however, and times were harder for the family. He was even limited in the tools he used, having to forego the luxury of a real mixer and having to use a pitchfork to get the job done.

That's actually the reason he maintains some of the mortar-forking, cork-soaking characteristics he exhibits to this day.

At least, that's what I heard...
 

doublenutz

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... it may shed some light on his personality if you knew his history...

Many of you may not know that as a youth Paul held a job in a winery, preparing the corks for insertion into the bottles. It was his job to ensure they were suitably pre-soaked so they would insert easily without damaging the bottles.

...

Corking bottles huh?

Kind of draws an interesting but slightly unsavory graphic!:eek:
 

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