Friday, March 03, 2006

Sorry To Hear It

Not! Of course it isn't like the Democrats will be able to capitalize on these great opportunities. They are too busy being Republican lite and ineffectual seems to be the new party motto. Such a shame when you consider that even the heartland is capable of seeing thru the curtain to the dummy fiddling with the knobs.
KRT Wire | 03/02/2006 | GOP growing increasingly angry, frightened by Bush's missteps: "A series of political missteps has raised questions about the Bush administration's candor, competence and credibility and left the White House off-balance, off-message and unable to command either the nation's policy agenda or its politics the way the president did during his first term.

This week, newly released video of Bush listening passively to warnings about the dire threat posed by Hurricane Katrina and a report that intelligence analysts warned for more than two years that the insurgency in Iraq could swell into a civil war provided fresh fodder for charges that the president ignores unwelcome alarms.

His attacks on those who questioned his administration's approval of a seaports deal with the United Arab Emirates and his ill-fated nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court have angered some conservatives and Republican members of Congress.

And even some Bush supporters remain anxious about the economy, the federal deficit, the war in Iraq and the extent of the administration's warrantless wiretapping.

'The White House has been taking it on the chin lately, and the reverberations are being felt throughout the GOP,' Republican blogger Bobby Eberle wrote this week. 'From the Harriet Miers nomination to the Dubai Ports and more, the folks in charge of message strategy appear to be asleep at the wheel.'"
Dude, you need to wake up. They aren't at the wheel, they pay a driver to do that. They are in the back drinking champagne, eating caviar and having fantasies of world domination.

I keep hoping the wheels are going to come off this bus, but the nuts are locked on pretty tight. So far.

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