May 1963: Dick Cheney graduates from Casper Community College  January 1969: Dick Cheney Begins Public Service Career in Nixon Administration  November 9, 1989: Defense Secretary Dick Cheney Topples Berlin Wall  February 27, 1991: Defense Secretary Dick Cheney Crushes Saddam Hussein  December 8, 1991: Defense Secretary Dick Cheney Brings Down Soviet Union December 31, 1999: Dick Cheney Prepares to Celebrate Last New Year of Twentieth Century January 20, 2001: Dick Cheney Restores Integrity to Office of Vice President  May 1, 2003: Vice President Dick Cheney Crushes Saddam Hussein  May 9, 2007: Dick Cheney Unites Iraqi People  January 20, 2009......

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Candidate Cheney Would Carry Women's Vote

Usually one of the big advantages for the democrat party is the women's vote. Having been exposed continuously since the 1960s to feminist brainwashing, many women buy into the myth that they should vote for the democrat party.

But one of the most interesting things about a Dick Cheney candidacy is that it would turn this accepted rule of politics on its head. I've talked to a lot of women about Dick Cheney, and he is a candidate who uniquely appeals to them.

What women want is a strong man, who is clear about what he believes in, and who can protect them. It's hard to see who better fits that mould than Cheney. And the fact that he is plainly a good-looking man, full of youthful vigor, doesn't hurt either. And his wife, a respected historian and Iraqi women's rights advocate, would definitely be an asset on the campaign trail as well:

Historian Lynne Cheney said today that, in comparison to where the United States was at a comparable point in its own history, the Iraqis are doing remarkably well.

An estimated 100,000 Americans, just 3 percent of all eligible voters, participated in America's first election under the new U.S. Constitution, she noted. And more than half of the U.S. population -- all women and slaves -- were ineligible to vote. In Iraq, by contrast, women are eligible to vote, there are no slaves, and more than 70 percent of the population voted.

In fact, the Iraqi constitution gives women equal rights and a mandatory 25 percent of all seats in the newly elected parliament, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told Tim Russert today on NBC News' Meet the Press. "The Iraqis are now going to engage in a process which gives them a real chance for a broadly representative government," she said.

Iraq, the vice president's wife said, obviously has benefited from U.S. experience and guidance. "We've been able to bring our knowledge to the people of Iraq," she said.

Without the women's vote, it's hard to see how any of the democrat candidates could win in 2008, and it's easy to see how the GOP would be approaching Reagan-style landslide territory.


Anonymous said...

Is this blog for real or just a big joke?

Graeme said...

I think it is a big dick joke

Cheney08 said...

Liberals. Ha ha ha ha.

Anonymous said...

Do women want a man who wholeheartedly endorses torture?

A man who would sell out the country for more oil profits?

I don't know what personal information you're privy to, but "muscular" is one word I've never associated with Dick Cheney. Arrogant, certainly. Evil, you bet. The man pulling Dubya's strings, much like a puppetmaster.

I think the man is quite intelligent, but it's entirely possible to be an evil genius, you know. Too bad he's not on the side of right, and never will be.

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah ... when Dick Cheney looks at me I just get all wet and dewy. probably because i just pissed myself in disgust.