Showing posts with label Katrina Swett. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Katrina Swett. Show all posts

Saturday, April 26, 2008

Tony Snow On McCain's Katrina Comments: "Of Course He Doesn't Know A Lot About A Lot Of Things That Went On Behind The Scenes"

So said former White House Press Parrot Tony Snow on CNN's The Situation Room last night when asked about McCain's "never again" comments regarding the Bush Administration's handling of Katrina.

So Mr. Snow, what exactly was going on "behind the scenes" during the Bush Administration's handling of Katrina?

Actually, don't bother, we already know the answer - A. Whole. Lotta. Nothing.

Snow made his comments about McCain and Katrina right before he told Wolf Blitzer that it was "smart" for McCain to be "associated" with Dick Cheney during the 2008 election.


The former Parrot is a peach ladies and gentlemen. A obnoxious, self-interested, out-of-touch peach.

Like so many of the Bushies in early 2008.

Team McCain, and rising stars in the Republican Party, would be wise to remember that.

Friday, June 29, 2007

U.S. Senate Candidate Katrina Swett Wants $31 To Help "These People"

Katrina Swett's campaign is emailing around a fundraising letter in which Swett highlights a just released Suffolk University poll showing Senator John Sununu with a 31% approval rating.

Swett goes on to say:

Sununu's historically low poll numbers are stunning. But should we be surprised that his numbers are so low or should we be more shocked that they are so high? Who exactly are the 31% who think Sununu deserves to be re-elected? Do they know Sununu has walked lockstep with President Bush on the war in Iraq and Bush's prohibition on stem cell research? We can only guess that they have not heard that Sununu has impeded efforts to solve global warming and told New Hampshire voters to 'stop complaining about health care. There is no solution.'

We need to help these people. Lets help get the word out to them about Sununu's abysmal record. That is why Swett for Senate is asking for $31 contributions - a dollar for each percentage of voters who still think Sununu deserves his job.
Who knew "Sununu" was a sickness?