Tuesday, November 13, 2007

A question for Hillary and her sycophants.

Hillary now claims that she did not know that her staff was seeding Iowa Q&A audiences with planted questions. This appears to have been her sole defense to the accusation.

If Hillary really didn’t know about the plants, how did she know to call on the people with the planted questions?

Tough one, eh?

18 comments:

Nik Rule said...

That's a really good point!

Anonymous said...

The Grinnell College (Very Liberal Harvard of the Midwest) is in the news today stating that she wasn't the only plant in the audience. The campaign approached her and showed her a list of questions from which to choose. The one they "let" her ask had brackets next to it as one to be asked by a college student.

The Clinton Campaign lying and pandering. Gee, where did they learn that?

It's deja vu all over again - bush, clinton, bush, clinton, bush, clinton, bush, clint....zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

MARK KLEIN, M.D. said...

Plant Practicality Calling. Anybody home? All this Hillary stuff is soooooooooooooo totally beside the point to the struggles of ordinary rank and file middle class Republicans trying to make ends meet. Here's another reason why they should caucus for me. Posted on chief New York Times financial reporter, Floyd Norris' blog today:

"These folks are right about the predatory practices of banks with overdrafts. Bank of America dinged me for about $150 for a $700 overdraft ATM balance transfer. Had enough in the account but part of the deposit was considered “uncollected” funds.

In a Klein Administration there will be anti-usury policies with TEETH!

— Posted by MARK KLEIN, M.D.
http://norris.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/11/13/in-defense-of-predatory-lending/index.html?hp

MARK KLEIN, M.D. said...

Plant Practicality Calling. Anybody home? All this Hillary stuff is soooooooooooooo totally beside the point to the struggles of ordinary rank and file middle class Republicans trying to make ends meet. Here's another reason why they should caucus for me. Posted on chief New York Times financial reporter, Floyd Norris' blog today:

"These folks are right about the predatory practices of banks with overdrafts. Bank of America dinged me for about $150 for a $700 overdraft ATM balance transfer. Had enough in the account but part of the deposit was considered “uncollected” funds.

In a Klein Administration there will be anti-usury policies with TEETH!

— Posted by MARK KLEIN, M.D.
http://norris.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/11/13/in-defense-of-predatory-lending/index.html?hp

Anonymous said...

Grinnell is very liberal, but Grinnell is very much NOT Harvard. Anyone who thinks that needs to be rewired.

Clinton's pandering? No shit?

kook klein and the pussycats said...

Kook Klein,

You may want to start saying this 5 times in the morning when you wake up.

"I will never ever be President. I will never ever be President. I will never ever be President. I will never ever be President. I will never ever be President."

This way when get off of the buzz from all of the huffing you do, you won't as much into a tailspin.

John Owen said...

Klein, you're complaining that the bank charged your $150 for over drafting $700?? That sounds reasonable to me. What were they supposed to do, just let you overdraft with no penalties whatsoever? Isn't that just giving you money that isn't yours? How can you be president when you don't understand that?

Admit it Klein, you will never ever be president. You won't get any support in the caucus. Give it up and go home.

I'd leave the Republican party if you do become the nominee because I couldn't trust a party that nominates a dip shit like you. Luckily, I won't have to worry about that.

MARK KLEIN, M.D. said...

John--$150 charge on a $700 overdraft for one day annualized is an almost 8000% return. Yea, go tell Mr. and Mrs. Average American that's a reasonable charge!

Take as gospel I'm staying on until the caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. Then I'll decide whether to stay or leave the Republican Party. If I can't make a decent showing, the GOP is no longer the party for me.

I tend to be a political weatherwane. I left the Democratic Party long before it was considered acceptable to be a Republican in the circles I traveled in back east. In fact took a lot of heat for it. Suspect if leave, much of better educated base will follow in time.

boner said...

Follow you where?

Mark Klein = David Koresh?

John Owen said...

So if you don't get what you want, you're leaving??? What a selfish ass wipe. Do you honestly think people give a shit if you leave the Republican Party? Do you think people even know who the fuck you are?

It'd be for the good of the party if those "educated" people left with you, because we really don't want those dip shits associated with us.

What an ass clown.

Anonymous said...

What's with all of this Mark Klein? He seems like a reasonable fellow.

Best,
Charlie Manson

MARK KLEIN, M.D. said...

John Owen--What's killing the Republican Party is it's being to be perceived with some justification as a party of political troglodites.

I came on board with the Republicans in the late 1960s when it was alive with serious intellectual challenges to the abuses of the statist approach to government. Young Republicans, as was I then, argued Hayek's "The Road to Serfdom" as the roadmap to restore the American Dream, resist the Soviet menace, and the allure to many of the young, and not so young, of radical Maoists and Pol Pot admirers.

Our revolution got hijacked by an unholy alliance of religious and secular pampleteers living high off the hog on donations and publication sales hooking up with the Military-Industrial Complex and its financial backers.

I really believe in the Republican ideals of individual freedom, free markets, fiscal restraint, and fair play. Can't tell how disappointed I am with today's party and the current administration. What does being a Republican mean when the party openly and unapologetically cheats me at polls and them has the temerity to get mad at me for complaining?

I'm counting on folks like Charlie Manson above to come for me at the caucuses to send the message we're fed up and want our party to return to its ideals.

The Iguana said...

Direct quote from Klein:

"To use psychiatric jargon there’s a neurotic “repetition compulsion” element to our need to be embroiled in endless unwinnable wars."

Repition compulsion, Klein? Would that be the diagnosis for the way you post the same shit over and over in here, at the Des Mo Reg, in the NY Times, and on the Rev. Sun Moon's Washington (DC) Times?

Repitition compulsion, Klein? Would that be the diagnosis for the way you post the same shit over and over in here, at the Des Mo Reg, in the NY Times, and on the Rev. Sun Moon's Washington (DC) Times?

Repitition compulsion, Klein? Would that be the diagnosis for the way you post the same shit over and over in here, at the Des Mo Reg, in the NY Times, and on the Rev. Sun Moon's Washington (DC) Times?

Repitition compulsion, Klein? Would that be the diagnosis for the way you post the same shit over and over in here, at the Des Mo Reg, in the NY Times, and on the Rev. Sun Moon's Washington (DC) Times?

Repitition compulsion, Klein? Would that be the diagnosis for the way you post the same shit over and over in here, at the Des Mo Reg, in the NY Times, and on the Rev. Sun Moon's Washington (DC) Times?

With love from,

Your Friend,

The Iguana

P.S. Thanks again for directing me in here from one of your rants in the Des Mo Reg.

Ken Hoyle said...

Mark Klein can't fucking balance his check book so you and I must pay the price!

Just like all the ignorant white trash, the welfare blacks, the Latino "working class", and all the rest of the scum associated with this sub-prime mortgage fiasco. Mark Klein is right there with them! He is a man of the down-trodden! It's all our fault! Those of us that work for a living and make our payments on time, it's our fault! Those of us who balance our check books and spend what we have, it's our fault!

Yes! We are the ones responsible for Mark Klein and his ilk! We have oppressed them long enough! Now it's our turn to pay!

Mark Klein now more than ever! Let's all agree to chip in $150.00 to this shit heel's campaign to make good on his pain and suffering! God-damn it, it's our fault in the first place!

The Iguana said...

Mark Klein also said:

"I tend to be a political weatherwane. I left the Democratic Party long before it was considered acceptable to be a Republican in the circles I traveled in back east."

Yeah, you are a weathervane in the fact that you are a fucking cock whichever the way the wind might blow, you asshole.

Fuck you Klein, you left the Democratic Party to be different, to bring more attention upon yourself, to focus the point of any conversation at any COCKtail party you might have attended on yourself! God-Damn, you shallow piece of shit do you think we're all so stupid as to not see through your billowing blend of ego and horeshit?

Have you gotten the point yet as to how easy it is for me to key in on your diagnosis, Klein? Any clue yet as to what my training might be, asshole? You're such a fucking sage, Klein, who am I and what do I do?

With Love,

Your Friend,

The Iguana

P.S. Thanks for directing me in here from one of your rants in the Des Mo Reg.

And another thing, Klein how's it going with eating six deviled eggs and two bowls of chili? Does your shit actually stink yet? Remember the time we went fishing and a gust blew my hat off? How you walked across the water and got it? That's right folks, this fucker Klein can't swim!!!

MARK KLEIN, M.D. said...

Ken--You should have read more carefully what I said about the Bank of America charge. My balance was far in the black when my charge was rejected because of an arbitrary and unfair "hold" on some of the deposited checks. I have bullet proof credit. The federal government's should only be as good as mine!

Minorities were only a small part of large number of people caught up in the subprime mess. The townhouse I'm renting in West Des Moines will be sold at a foreclosure sale on Thursday. The owner is an educated white man and ex-marine NCO in his mid-30s. He's lost his life savings.

One consequence of the unholy alliance between the so-called "conservative" religious and secular pampheteers and mega money interests is they sold the middle class out for a handful of silver. The Treasury fell into the hands of sharpers, usually ex-Wall Street honchos like Paulson, who evicerated sound banking and credit practices.

What they claim to be "free markets" amounts to socialism for the rich and free enterprise for the rest of us.

Ken, you come across to me as emotionally disturbed, or someone raised without manners or common sense by not very nice parents.

Heaven help the Republican Party if you are representative of today's Republican rank and file. If that is the case, I'm casting pearls before swine. No way could I turn that swine's ear into a purse.

Ken Hoyle said...

Oh, Mark, you are so right! What was I thinking? You are Mark Klein, M.D. for Christ's sake! Naturally any negotiable item presented to the Bank of America by you is a safe and sound instrument. For the love of God, for them to treat you like they treat the rest of us mere mortals, we great unwashed, is indeed an outrage. You have every right to be mad! You are Mark Klein, M.D. for Christ's sake. God help you son, you're starting to believe in yourself as a diety.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Klein,

I'm with Charlie Manson on this one. Why all the bashing. You seem to make sense. I think these folks will follow you to victory, like many have for me.

Best of Luck,
David Koresh

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