The Democrats' will probably lose
their asses in this fall's elections
by Mr. Chuckles, Unknown News
March 14, 2006
Trying to personally connect the dots, thinking
I am not optimistic about a "regime change"
in 2006 or 2008, based on how things are
President Bush is self-destructing thanks to his
incompetence and character defects, but
the Democrats can't run against Bush.
He's a lameo ducko. From the perspective
of Republican voters, the thing to do
The Democrats did not take a stand against the Iraq War or the PATRIOT Act, or against tax cuts for billionaires.|
Can you imagine the situation now if they had?
If the Democrats had all voted against the Iraq War, the Republican Party would be responsible for everything, not just Bush and his crew of clowns.
But it is too late for the Democratic Party to be anti-war now.
They voted for war and they own it -- it is their mess too.
We appreciate the heck out of everyone who helps.
||politicians are incompetent
and bogged in scandal is to find and
elect competent, clean candidates.|
Why would a Republican voter switch and vote
The Democrats have tried to be "Republican-
lite" and to vote for every war bill,
every surveillance bill, every tax cut,
every everything. That makes them like
defectors from behind the Iron Curtain -- their support has been welcomed by the
GOP, but they can never be trusted. They are, after all, traitors to their
beliefs, and opportunists who have shown that they will say
anything to stay in power.
Unfortunately, the Democrats did not take
a stand against the Iraq War or the
PATRIOT Act, or against tax cuts for billionaires.
Can you imagine the situation now if
they had? If the Democrats had all voted
against the Iraq War, the Republican Party would
be responsible for everything, not just
Bush and his crew of clowns. But it is
too late for the Democratic Party to
be anti-war now. They voted for war
and they own it -- it is their mess
Apparently, the wizards of the Democratic
leadership think their chances look good.
But in my opinion, the only chance the Demos have is to find a Southern Democrat
like John Edwards. He has charisma,
photogenic looks, and truckloads of brains.
He could get elected President, I think.
As for the other offices opening
up in 2006 and 2008 due to Republicans' jail terms,
permanent family leave takings, and so
on, the Democrats seem weak. Not just weak
politically, but weak period -- lots
of chair-warmers super-glued to their
seats of power.
The Demo machine won't
move, won't let go and won't get out of
the way to do anything. No risk taking,
no courage, no fire. When I see the
Democrats stand together and demand impeachment
and war crimes trials for the leadership
of the Bush Regime, I will reconsider.
I wish we had hundreds of John Conyers and
Russ Feingolds, and at least a few dozen Ron
Pauls. But if I had wishes I wouldn't
be sitting here talking :)
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