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Thursday, November 09, 2006

Bedtime for democracy

Christians, I'm going to dash this off before The Left rounds me up and ships me off to one of their gulags on some geographically remote island like Martha's Vineyard, but as evidence of how hobbled Our President has become, he's even had to resort to the unthinkable -- Negotiating with the terrorists!
President Bush made nice on Thursday with Speaker-to-be Nancy Pelosi after her Democratic Party gave his Republicans a trouncing in this week's elections - but not before telling Congress to complete a hefty list of assignments while Republicans are still in charge.

"It is our responsibility to put the elections behind us and work together on the great issues facing America," Bush said after meeting with his Cabinet and Republican leaders from the House and Senate. "Some of these issues need to be addressed before the current Congress finishes its legislative session, and that means the next few weeks are going to be busy ones."

On the president's to-do list for the current Congress before January's changeover in power: spending bills funding government's continued operation "with strong fiscal discipline and without diminishing our capacity to fight the war on terror;" legislation retroactively authorizing his warrantless domestic surveillance of suspected terrorists; energy legislation; and congressional approval for a landmark civilian nuclear cooperation agreement with India and for normalizing trade relations with Vietnam.

Bush cast such objectives as a way for both parties to "rise above partisan differences." But with Democrats skeptical of many of these items, Bush's plea for Capitol Hill to do things his way - which came just a half-hour before his makeup luncheon with Pelosi - could complicate the reconcilation effort.
In light of the overwhelming mandate American voters gave the Democrats to continue President Bush's policies of warrantless wiretaps and staying the course keeping the path in Iraq, they're hardly in any position to refuse. However, Ayatollah Pelosi, head of the Supreme Council for Islezbofascist Revolution in America, rebuffed Our President's requests, shortly before pulling out a knife and beheading Freedom in a videotaped statement distributed to Arab language news channels:
"I look forward to working in a confidence-building way with the president, recognizing that we have our differences and we will debate them," Pelosi said at the president's side. "We've made history. Now we have to make progress." ...

Pelosi told reporters later that she suggested targets for initial compromise that are favorite subjects of the president — increased production of alternative energy, an immigration policy overhaul and ways to make American workers more competitive in the global economy.

She said Bush did not raise the issue of getting his warrantless domestic eavesdropping program approved by lawmakers. But, proclaiming that "you have to govern from the center," she said agreement with the White House is possible.
Somebody should remind "Mrs." Pelosi that she's governing from the center of the United States, not Saudi Arabia, and it's just this sort of partisan stonewalling that earned her party the wrath of the American voters she saw on Tuesday. But then again, when you hate America as much as these people do, doing what's best for Our Nation isn't exactly on the top of their list. Keep it up & we'll see how you fare next election. Praise Him!

9 Comments:

  • At November 09, 2006 8:21 PM, Blogger lee said…

    What hypocrisy the Bush and his lackeys have in now kissing up to Pelosi and the Democratic Voters. (yes the correct usage is democratic, the adjective, that modifies the noun, voters.--literary lessons are free). Ok, truthseekers listen to Mike Malloy on novamradio via computer audio streaming.) Also you truthseekers check out www.leestyle.blogspot.com for reality without hypocrisy. Watch your back.

     
  • At November 10, 2006 8:42 AM, Blogger lee said…

    Last week, Democrats were "weak on defense and wrong on taxes". By Thursday, Mr. Bush had this to say about them: “We won’t agree on every issue, but we do agree that we love America equally, that we’re concerned about the future of this country and that we will do our very best to address big problems.”

    Don't be fooled by the words. There is little evidence that the White House will depart from its “arrogance and extraordinary single-mindedness.”

    Bush's mind works differently from the normal political mind. He seems to be motivated by misguided faith and ideals, and willing to take risks politically. Maybe these Baker guys can talk him off the ledge, but nobody's done it yet."

    Beware and watch your back!

     
  • At November 10, 2006 9:26 AM, Blogger lee said…

    The Post's Michael Grunwald recently reported, an ugly low was established this year, partly because candidates could pretend they had nothing to do with the more disgraceful racial and hatred spreding practices financed through independent expenditures by national parties and other groups.

    The worst offenders this year were Republicans. Republican racist ads did not work, except in Tennessee.

    And what is this hatred stance of "sleeve" Christians? Using Christ to spread hatred? Now that is too bad.

     
  • At November 10, 2006 9:32 AM, Blogger lee said…

    And we are not the party of, "if you disagree with us you are a terrorist". So you are safe, but we independents are not as long as Republicans control the White House.

    Truthseekers, listen to novamradio audio streaming on your computer from 9-12pm Eastern time weekdays.
    Watch your Back!

     
  • At November 10, 2006 9:50 AM, Blogger lee said…

    Oh the hate,the smear, the lies, and the sneer from "sleeve", Christians.
    The Christ and real followers would not use your words like, "Ayatolah Pelosi", "slezbofacist",or "when you hate America as much as these people do".

    Forgive them Father, for they do not know what they are saying and doing.

     
  • At November 11, 2006 10:31 PM, Blogger lee said…

    Wes Anderson, a Republican strategist who consulted in some of the closest Senate races, said that before the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, voters identified the GOP as the party of fiscal conservatism, middle-class economics, national security and ethical reform.

    "Our problem is our brand is broken," Anderson said. "Voters didn't walk away from the core principles of the brand. They just didn't think we represented them effectively." Rubbish.

    Fiscal conservatism--they gave the biggest tax breaks to those who are richest and have the most, and doubled the national debt to $8.5 TRILLION in 6 years,
    Middle-class economics--the middle class is worse off with these republicans,
    National security--turned Iraq into a killing field and a recruiting field for Al Quaeda,
    and ethical reform--crookedness and immorality abound among republicans.

    AND HE SAID "voters didn't think we represented them effectively"?, more B---S--t spin and hypocrisy from these republicans--they never learn because they think you are dumb. Are you?

     
  • At November 12, 2006 8:19 AM, Blogger Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    Lee: Maybe you haven't figured it out yet, but THIS IS A FUCKING PARODY SITE. Please go spam somebody else's comments section. Praise Him!

     
  • At November 12, 2006 10:07 PM, Blogger Waremouse said…

    Wow! That's a special kind of stupid.

    Praise him!

     
  • At November 13, 2006 7:57 AM, Blogger lee said…

    My My such language, must be the new religion.

     

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