Saturday, October 23, 2010

I worked hard for that title... - PART II

So its not the first time I posted the same video back to back but Maggie has some excellent commentary enclosed that needs to get out there for people still clinging to their FDR's and LBJ's.  Its hard to believe that in this day and age people who profess to be knowledgeable and yet claim to be Democrats.  Have they not learned of the false promises of FDR all the way through to Bill Clinton and topped off by the Alinskyite himself, Mr Obama.  Everything they promised always turns out to be just the opposite.  And all these smart people keep voting them in over and over again and expecting different that insanity or what?  The commentary I refer to is Mr. Zucker's line that begins, "I still can't believe I'm a Republican..." And though I am strictly an Independent I must say that becoming a Republican in and of itself is not a cure to cure all.  Their are different factions of the Republican party (mostly the NWO crowd) and we must be ever careful to avoid their ilk.  Maybe we should get Dr. Danille Allen, Phd., to study that issue* but that's another story. ~ Norman E. Hooben

*Dr. Allen once did an iterview (about 2 or 3 years ago) with one of the Washington, DC newspapers where she discussed the many factions our founding fathers had to contend with.

The following from: Maggie's Notebook

David Zucker's "Call Me Senator - I'ts Just a Thing"

New video sent by email from someone "near and dear" to my heart. David Zucker is a conservative Hollywood producer and director, morphed from Liberal Democrat. His movies include Airplane, The Naked Gun, An American Carol and Scary Movie 3 and 4. Take a look at what he has done with Senator Barbara Boxer's infamous dress down of a Brigadier General. Zucker's video is first, and the real incident second.

David Zucker

Zucker "came out" about his move to conservatism in 2006 because he sees threats to both the U.S. and Israel "mounting.
"You have people like Michael Moore going into foreign countries saying Americans are the stupidest people in the world," Zucker said. "I want to tell the real America story, that America is a force for good."
That was then. Note that for two years now, Barack Obama has done the same.
"I still can't believe I'm a Republican," Zucker said. "There are just certain things ingrained in our Jewish roots. Our fathers voted for Roosevelt, and we voted for JFK, [Hubert] Humphrey and Clinton. But the Democratic Party has changed."
Viewed first at Proof Positive.

Call Me Senator from RightChange on Vimeo.

1 comment:

Maggie Thornton said...

Thank you Norm! Zucker said befor he came out, he talked to his accountant to see if he could afford the risk. Zucker said he found he was "okay" as long as he didn't buy an $8 million house.

That gave me a chuckle.

There have to be more like him. I appreciate being featured, my friend.