Monday, June 7, 2010

Steve Peters - #1830 - Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney Takes Cheap Shot- Postings from the Right

Steve Peters, Conservative Activist and Tea Party Patriot - Posting from the Right - Steve invites all comments on his views:
Dan Devine said in the movie Rudy,"No one, and I mean no one, comes into our house and pushes us around." Paul McCartney did just that with this statement at the White House, "After the last eight years,” he quipped, “it’s great to have a president who knows what a library is.” How dare he come into OUR White House to be honored and bash OUR Presidents. Would he dare accept an award from the British Government and bash the Queen? He thinks it is safe to do, because the other liberals in the White House constantly do it.....it is always Bush's fault.The response of Obama to the statement; laughter along with his other guests. Although they have no class or leadership for failing to take responsibility for the country's ills, it is particularly galling to have an outsider show no respect. He is free to go on the late shows like SNL or Jay Leno to make his liberal condescending statements, but not enter OUR house as a guest and show such disrespect. In addition, he is factually wrong, as most liberals are when they open their mouths. Bush is an avid reader of history( he read about 90 books a year while in the White House). Both as President and Governor of Texas he and Laura, a librarian, supported literacy and public libraries (See cheap shot article below for details).Although he occasionally talked in, "Bushisms", his love of our country and his intellectual abilities far surpassed those of McCarney's or Obama's . So, if President Bush read more books than both McCartney and Obama, then what does it make them? Please Paul,

Get back, get back
Back to where you once belonged
Get back, get back
Back to where you once belonged
Get back Paul
Go home
Let us Be




Boehner to Bush-Bashing Beatle: Apologize - Human Events - Sir Paul McCartney's cheap shot aimed at former President George W. Bush at a White House event on Wednesday has prompted House Minority Leader John Boehner to demand an apology from the Beatle.  Read more.......

Rob Port visited the White House in May and took this picture in the library. (The American Socialist Movement and The Socialist Party of America).  This site shows a picture of the socialistic books NOW in the White House Library. You know they have read them, because it is how they are trying to govern our country, to the far left of what we want . It also has the youtube showing Paul's comments on President George Bush.

Here are some of Paul's greatest intellectual comments:
I don't ever try to make a serious social comment.
I don't take me seriously. If we get some giggles, I don't mind.
Somebody said to me, 'But the Beatles were anti-materialistic.' That's a huge myth.
John and I literally used to sit down and say, 'Now, let's write a swimming pool.'
I don't know anything about the Appalachian mountains or cowboys and Indians or anything. I just made it up.
I was impossible. I don't know how anyone could have lived with me. For the first time in my life, I was on the scrap heap, an unemployed worker.
It's like a lot of kids; when you tell them someone's died, they laugh.
We didn`t all get into music for a job! We got into music to avoid a job, in truth - and get lots of girls.


McCartney at White House - Which President Thought There Were 58 States - Michelle Malkin
Paul McCartney's Cheap Shot at President Bush - Charles Lane - Washington Post

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