Nov 19 2006

More Anti-Bush Republicans Political Suicide

Published by at 4:08 pm under All General Discussions

The Anti-Bush Reps don’t seem satiated with losing Congress. They are now out to lose 2008, thinking naively that distancing themselves from the only Conservative in a position of power will win influence with said position of power. It seems the anti-Bush republicans have not finished self destructing. Well that is all well and good. The more they raise up their heads and announce themselves, the easier it will be to relegate them to the political wastelands. I have no intentions of supporting Reps who let their frustrations get the bettter of them. If they cannot show self control they are not showing leadership qualities. When will the Anti-Bush Republicans realize they are alienating the Bush conservatives, and this will not a be a rift that can be repared. Demonstrating a penchant for only failure is not a way to create political influence.

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44 Responses to “More Anti-Bush Republicans Political Suicide”

  1. Ken says:

    • Feb. 7, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, to U.S. troops in Aviano, Italy: “It is unknowable how long that conflict will last. It could last six days, six weeks. I doubt six months.”

    Direct paste from USA Today article in question–you’re wrong again,lying FE.

  2. Terrye says:

    Along the sme lines why does the press carry on as if the economy is in the tank? Unemployment is 4.1% which is the lowest level in 30 years and tax receipts have almost doubled which is bringing down the deficit and yet to hear these people tell it Americans are hanging out on street corners with tin cups. And the Democrats ran on some bogus populism crap which they know damn well is bogus. If unemployment is this low how they can say the jobs are going over seas?

    Bush has done a decent job with the economy. I don’t agree with all the policies, but overall it has worked. People are just spoiled, they don’t remember what a real recession is like.

  3. Ken says:

    What no response FE? Tell you what, superannuated snoozer, I’ll offer my name and id to Strata as go-between if you’ll agree to pay me 100% for every pre-war QUOTE I can provide from a Bush administration team player pertaining to the assurance of a short
    war and rapid stabilization of Iraq’s new government.

  4. Ken says:

    I’m due 300$ already for Cheney’s “relatively quickly”, Myers’
    “short short” & Perle’s short war bravado. Can we include Adelman?