And other tawdry stories from the world of politics. You know, that world where everyone is supposed to know more than you, and thinks you need to be controlled for your own good? Yeah, that lovely world filled with political and social geniuses.

Ex-Dem. Party Boss Blasts Kerry in Book

Former Democratic Party boss and Clinton friend Terry McAuliffe is lambasting John Kerry’s unsuccessful presidential campaign, calling his effort to unseat President Bush “one of the biggest acts of political malpractice in the history of American politics.”…The book, “What a Party! My Life Among Democrats: Presidents, Candidates, Donors, Activists, Alligators and Other Wild Animals,” goes on sale Jan. 23, but copies have already shown up in some bookstores.

The book is full of revelations from McAuliffe’s years among the power elite _ getting a startling leg rub from Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat at a dinner…

McAuliffe probably felt safe enough to reveal the pass made by that smarmy terrorist after years of rumor and discussion of Arafat’s homosexuality were essentially confirmed by his probable AIDS-related death.

One of the more fascinating stories of the last several decades is how worldwide media and political establishments around the world protected the genocidal terrorist Arafat from exposure, despite him being reportedly extremely aggressive and open about his homosexuality. The pass at McAuliffe just shows how brazen Arafat had become in a world that made him rich and looked away.

Keep in mind, the issue here that smears Arafat (as if being a mass murdering terrorist isn’t enough), is not homosexuality, it’s the reminder of how lying, hypocritical tyrants (i.e. Islamist Terrorists) use and manipulate other people for power and money. That’s all Arafat ever was, and it’s all every single Muslim Arab leader is to this day. Mark my words– Islamist Arab despots running every single Muslim Arab country are a cancer on this planet and are a direct threat to civilization itself. Not that I have an opinion.

He had an insider’s look at the Clintons’ marriage during the Monica Lewinsky scandal _ going along on a chilly Clinton family vacation to Utah a month after the impeachment vote and watching Mrs. Clinton silently click through channel after channel reporting on her husband’s infidelities before settling on ESPN. He wrote that the president described the period to him as “an absolute living hell.”

Wow, the Tammy Tiny Violin sure is getting a workout!

About that “living hell” analogy–when one goes to hell, one stays there, you don’t come back. We, of course, have a chance to make it true, by ensuring the Clintons stay in their personal hells and are not resurrected in 2008.

Unless, of course, we want a second act of “Dante’s Inferno in a Stained Blue Dress.”

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  1. SLABBOTT says:

    Arafat was truly a creep but Terry McAullif has to be the smarmiest, greasiest polititian ever! He and Arafat should have “hooked up”…they could have have moved to MA and made a lovely couple!

  2. localmalcontent says:

    The whole idea of a tryst with that sweaty, swarthy Arafat is a mental image I could’ve done without, Tammy. But despite that, what could his ‘lovers’ have been thinking?! Gives a WHOLE new depth and meaning to ‘Desperate’, doesn’t it?

    And I fully agree, the issue is not Arafat’s latent homosexuality, but the pretentiousness that he and all the Arab world apply, in that futile attempt to reconcile forced, Islamic beliefs, and wanton, (natural) physical desires.

    Buried somewhere in this revelation is the vague acceptance of the “Do as I Say, Not as I Do” concept. While the Koran and the Surrahs are replete with Mohammad’s vile and violent sexual escapades, Muslims in general must not be openly sexual, in any manner, remaining so only privately, but in full view of ole Allah’s eyes, if you will.

  3. pat_s says:

    McAuliffe says, “I thought the decision of the Kerry campaign to back off any real criticism of Bush was one of the biggest acts of political malpractice in the history of American politics”.

    Just a quick search on “Kerry attacks Bush 2004” yields—

    Kerry attacks Bush over economy
    Kerry attacks Bush on leadership
    Kerry attacks Bush on handling Iraq
    Kerry attacks Bush’s poverty record
    Kerry attacks Bush’s handling of campaign on terror
    Sen. Kerry accused Bush of trying to scare America
    Kerry attacks Bush for being negative

    That was during September and October ’04.

    I guess McAuliffe thinks this is backing off given his standards of what constitutes real criticism.

    “DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe, without a single shred of evidence, accused President Bush of being AWOL in 1972 and the media repeated the story for the next two weeks. “ [Mediaresearch.org]

  4. Lib85 says:

    The Democratic Party floundered under McCauliffe’s inept leadership. Now in his book, it’s “somebody else’s fault.” Kerry was a pitiful candidate, but McCauliffe was a pathetic leader of the party. He was unwatchable on television. Rush described him the best. Calls him “the punk.”

  5. Trinity says:

    Tammy said: “Unless, of course, we want a second act of “Dante’s Inferno in a Stained Blue Dress.”

    First let me say that needs to be copyrighted! I laughed so hard I think I broke a rib!!!

    My whole question here is why do did this weasel write this book and frankly, who cares what he has to say? Either he is ‘protesting too much’ or he has some issues that needs addressing. In any event, your post hits the nail on the head. I am tired of dealing with these despots and worried about the so called “Arab street”..I am worried about Main Street.
    As I read the Drudge Report ‘red blazing letters’ this very moment it seems that Israel has plans to nuke Iran..well so be it. At least someone on this planet still has some gonads.

  6. Talkin Horse says:

    A high-ranking Romanian intelligence officer, Ion Pacepa, defected to the West in 1987. In his book, Red Horizons, he describes an incident where the Romanians were listening in on Arafat, who was their guest, and they got quite an earful:

    “I just called the microphone monitoring center to ask about the ‘Fedayee,’” [the agent Munteanu] said [to Pacepa]. That had been Arafat’s code name for a number of years. “After the meeting with the Comrade, he went directly to the guest house and had dinner. At this very moment, the ‘Fedayee’ is in the bedroom making love to his bodyguard. The one I knew was his latest lover. He’s player tiger again. The officer monitoring his microphones connected me live with the bedroom, and the squawking almost broke my eardrums. Arafat was roaring like a tiger, and his lover yelping like a hyena…”

    Make of that what you will. You can read the relevant page for yourself by going to the Amazon listing and using the “Search Inside” feature to search on keyword “Fedayee”. By the way, after Pacepa defected, Arafat put a bounty of a million dollars on his head; I wonder why?

  7. I would think another issue would be that Arafat headed a regime that considered it OK to kill people for the crime of being homosexual. That’s a big part of why Old Media covered for him, so that he wouldn’t be done in by his own policies (reminds me of a certain friend of Arafat’s).

  8. Wow, the Tammy Tiny Violin sure is getting a workout!

    About that “living hell” analogy–when one goes to hell, one stays there, you don’t come back. We, of course, have a chance to make it true, by ensuring the Clintons stay in their personal hells and are not resurrected in 2008.

    Unless, of course, we want a second act of “Dante’s Inferno in a Stained Blue Dress.”

    LOL………*classic*

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