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  1. I’m so glad the lunatic fringe left put these ‘tards in charge. We can now, officially, be looked at as a laughing stock of a nation, which has always been the democrat goal. Weaken and divide us from within so our enemies will find it easier to bend us over (what’s ironic is that it will be libs who the enemy comes for 1st, to lop off their amoral heads). We truly deserve what we get for allowing socialists/defeatists to have power.

    I would say “shame on the left”, but that’s like saying “shame on terrorists” for being terrorists. They can’t help it. But shame on the conservatives who stayed home last November, to “prove something”, because they were “disappointed” with the Republican party. Now, as a result of this misguided “lesson” the voters thought they were teaching, we have a churning cesspool of liberalism that we will surely drown in.

    Comment by LesbianNeoCon — April 12, 2007 @ 8:30 am - April 12, 2007

  2. Bruce, fair enough to underscore the flip-flops of HarrygReid and the Democrats.

    When HarrygReid says that Congress “speaks” for the American people, I wonder if he knows voter approval of Congressional Democrats is as low as it is for our WarPrez? Circa mid to low 30′s aprpoval rating.

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — April 12, 2007 @ 9:02 am - April 12, 2007

  3. LesbianNeoCon :

    You have no idea the extent of my contempt at Republicans in general (McCain in particular) for being so politically inept in 2006 and letting down their base voters. McCain kept grandstanding and interfering with Bush’s legislatition.. the leadership couldn’t get a immigration bill passed, and then as november approach, the idiots didn’t have a stragety for the annual miraculious last-minute discovery of 20 new Republican scandals right before the election.

    Its like they just said “ah screw it, we’ll win no matter what,.. we’re opposed by the romper room party”.. well the babies won

    Comment by Vince P — April 12, 2007 @ 9:13 am - April 12, 2007

  4. Since Air Pelosi wore a diaper on her head in Syria, and since the English call diapers “Nappies,” … it’s completely fair to call her a “Nappy Headed Ho,” is it not?

    Comment by V the K — April 12, 2007 @ 9:30 am - April 12, 2007

  5. as the ship sank the band played on, dazed by their stupidity.

    Comment by markie — April 12, 2007 @ 9:37 am - April 12, 2007

  6. markie writes: “as the ship sank the band played on, dazed by their stupidity.” Ummmm, markie? In case you missed it during the check-in over at DailyKos, the WarPrez and Congressional Democrats are tied in their DISapproval ratings by voters… tied, markie.

    Of course, your homies didn’t have DeLay, Foley, Cunningham, pork barrels unlimited and 12 years to get there. They started out near the bottom of all Congressional ratings for a switch in Party.

    And of course, to tie with the WarPrez managing a highly unpopular war in the eyes of the MSM, makes you wonder what the Congressional Democrats did soooooo quickly to sink so low.

    Don’t go getting all smuggy while you rearrange your own deck chair, boi.

    BTW: you still haven’t defined “neocon” for us. Try to get your ho-work done, ok?

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — April 12, 2007 @ 10:04 am - April 12, 2007

  7. Hey Vince, I understand what you’re saying – though I don’t 100% agree with it. I think we needed to band together and prevent what is now happening, from happening. The democrats, as sophomoric and undermining as they are, are also smart (albeit in a sinister way). They fooled their “bulldogs” into thinkiing they were mainstream, or in some cases centrist, and when it was too late, they showed their true leftist/socialist/defeatist colors. Sure, the Republicans were at fault for not being tough enough, but they are the lesser of the evils, as we are now seeing.

    Comment by LesbianNeoCon — April 12, 2007 @ 10:12 am - April 12, 2007

  8. #2 – M-Matt, well said. I still find it hilarious that the Drive-By Media (CNN in this case) considers the Dhimmicrat-controlled Congress “riding high” on their low approval rating.

    Bias? What liberal media bias?

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — April 12, 2007 @ 10:54 am - April 12, 2007

  9. so have any of you guys been tested for dyslexic thought??? if not, you should run right down to your local psychiatrist to get a checkup.

    Comment by markie — April 12, 2007 @ 3:30 pm - April 12, 2007

  10. we are told by the democrats that they were elected to end the war in iraq – we are told this after the election – before the election all i recall is silence on a war plan – i do recall the ‘first 100 hours’ plan – but after more than 100 days, not one of the promises made in the ’100 hour contract’ has been enacted

    she takes this ‘oversight’ of foreign policy much more seriously than any other legislative duty i guess

    Comment by sloop — April 12, 2007 @ 5:24 pm - April 12, 2007

  11. but in return we will insist that he listen to concerns of the American people

    So when are Reid and Pelosi going to listen to the concerns of the American people.

    makes you wonder what the Congressional Democrats did soooooo quickly to sink so low.

    Absolutely nothing.

    so have any of you guys been tested for dyslexic thought???

    (Read: Blarrrgh! TIMMER!!)

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — April 13, 2007 @ 5:39 am - April 13, 2007

  12. LesbianNeoCon: You agree with me 100%. I was just incomplete with my statement.

    I am mad at the Republicans BECAUSE the folks who are now in power are sophomoric are also smart (albeit in a sinister way). They fooled their “bulldogs” into thinkiing they were mainstream, or in some cases centrist, and when it was too late, they showed their true leftist/socialist/defeatist colors.

    And the Republicans knew this and they should have tried everything in thier power to be reelected to defend the country against what we’re going through now.

    I dont think any Republicans are going to stay at home in 2008.

    Comment by Vince P — April 13, 2007 @ 8:27 am - April 13, 2007

  13. lol. it won’t matter if the repubtards get out the vote in 2008. under bushco, the % of people sef-identifying as republican dropped from 50% to 37%. and do you seriously think ANY independent will be voting for a party that picks an illegal, immoral and unprovoked war with a soverign nation that is costing $2billion a WEEK to fund?

    sorry, republicanism is so 20th century. putting profits over people finally woke up the masses.

    Comment by rightiswrong — April 15, 2007 @ 4:37 pm - April 15, 2007

  14. rightiswrong: the problem with polls is that they only reflect the slacker population that is home to answer the pollster’s question when they call. Which is why polls usually always seem to favor traitors but then in the end , they lose.

    Comment by Vince P — April 15, 2007 @ 4:44 pm - April 15, 2007

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