Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Tasting Victory, Liberals Instead Have a Food Fight

Dana Milbank opined in WaPo
The new Washington Post-ABC News poll

If one controls the questions, they can get a poll to say anything they want, but based on how you are interpreting the poll, it looks like you have been smoking those funny looking cigarettes again.
finds congressional Democrats in the best position they've held in 14 years, besting President Bush and Republican lawmakers on Iraq,
The Dumbocrats dont have any plan for Iraq other than pull out and llet the terrorists set up a base there.
the economy,
As a result of the tax cuts, the economy is in fantastic shape
health care,
What do you think would happen to the economy if the Dems had their way on health care? Want to see? Look at Europe, with its stagnent economy.
We need to build the wall AND put the military on the border, but the Dems don't favor either solutionl all they want to do is turn the illegals into citizens so they can vote.
More money went to Republicans, because Republicans are in control, but many Dems got money as well.
and more. All of which can mean only one thing: It is time for the Democrats to eat their own.
I second the motion.
Right on cue, liberal activists including Cindy Sheehan and Ramsey Clark gathered yesterday at the Busboys & Poets restaurant and bookshop at 14th and V streets NW for what they billed as a forum on "The Impeachment of President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney." But the participants, while charging the administration with "crimes against humanity," a "war of aggression" and even "the supreme international crime," inevitably turned their wrath on congressional Democrats, whom they regarded as a bunch of wimps.
They must have been smoking the same funny cigarettes as you are.
"Does the Democratic Party want to continue to exist
Let us hope not.
or does it want to ignore what 85 percent of its supporters want?" demanded David Swanson, a labor union official who runs "Impeach PAC" and other efforts to remove Bush from office. Singling out Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid (Nev.) for derision, Swanson said that Democrats who do the right thing "are exceptions."

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