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Democrats To Widen Conflict With Bush
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Posted by Fred 2007-04-02 00:00|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [6537 views since 2007-05-07]  Top

#1 Bush should veto any and every frickin' bill he's sent, including "continuing resolutions," that affect his ability to prosecute the war. Stop paying the millions of unionized govt. workers whose dues flow into the Dem coffers. Will he do so? I ain't holdin' my breath. I'm not sure he remembers how to play hardball. I hope he proves me wrong.
Posted by PBMcL 2007-04-02 01:00||   2007-04-02 01:00|| Front Page Top

#2 He's gotta fight back even if he takes a hit from the MSM, they already hate him, he's losing his base by pandering or it's Hillary/Obama/Nutroots land.

The whole ground against these facists will be for nothing because the next crowd will give it away
Posted by Flolumble Elmuling1667 2007-04-02 01:45||   2007-04-02 01:45|| Front Page Top

#3 This is political Christmas for Republicans.
Posted by JSU 2007-04-02 12:26||   2007-04-02 12:26|| Front Page Top

#4 "This is political Christmas for Republicans."

Don't get your hopes up. The Democrats were pulling this same anti-war, anti-American shit before the last election and people said it would backfie on them; but now the treasonous bastards are running Congress.
Posted by Dave D.">Dave D.  2007-04-02 13:57||   2007-04-02 13:57|| Front Page Top

#5 That's because of a bunch of Republican fuc&ups. Let's hope they figure out the border issue and get good ROEs when fighting terror and all should be OK again.
Posted by gorb 2007-04-02 14:44||   2007-04-02 14:44|| Front Page Top

#6 I believe Gorb is correct. The loss of the House was by a small margin considering it was mid-second-term for a President of the other party. And that margin was almost entirely down to those parts of the Republican base who were not going to continue to support the least worst option particularly when that least worst option was weak on the war and weak on the border. Much of the blame for this lies squarely with the President and his hand-holding with the Saudis and the Mexicans instead of unambiguously seeing to American interests.

Of course, the Democrats are a disaster. Perhaps best to see that clearly now instead of after 2008 with a Democratic President. Then the nutroots really would be running the war and the rest of us would have to think what we could do to preserve civilization against the coming Caliphate.
Posted by Excalibur 2007-04-02 16:22||   2007-04-02 16:22|| Front Page Top

#7 If I had hemorrhoids, they would probably be Democrats
Posted by Captain America 2007-04-02 17:35||   2007-04-02 17:35|| Front Page Top

#8 "Much of the blame for this lies squarely with the President and his hand-holding with the Saudis and the Mexicans instead of unambiguously seeing to American interests."

Yup. That, and the silly "Religion of Peace" BS.

I hope you and gorb are right; but I'm having grave doubts lately.

Posted by Dave D.">Dave D.  2007-04-02 18:13||   2007-04-02 18:13|| Front Page Top

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