Oct 30 2007

A Congress Most Vile

Published by at 7:26 am under 2008 Elections,All General Discussions

When the GOP led Congress faced the abyss of voter displeasure last year, I was not so sure the Democrats would be able to show much improvement. To be honest I did not think voter frustration was as high as it was, but the voters had other intentions and set about for change in Congress.

I did not think the Dems would produce because they were driven by their far left and their policies tended to favor al-Qaeda more the America. In February 2006 I even posted my version of the Democrat Contract with Al-Qaeda – which the dems went and actually tried to implement! They actually tried to make it easier for terrorists to attack the people in America they supposedly represent.

They have also tried endlessly to lose the war in Iraq as it was finally turning around with Iraqis deciding to take up arms against al Qaeda.

They also have failed to pass any newsworthy legislation and have struggled with the basic operations of government.

And so now the Democrat Congress is being rejected by 75% of the people it is suppose to represent.

The latest CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll shows a 75 percent disapproval rating, guardedly good news for the Democratic Party itself and generally lousy news for the Democrats in charge of — and serving in — Congress:

A year ago, a similar poll found the numbers to be 28 percent approval, 63 percent disapproval.

The new Dem Congress is less supported (and more of a failure) than the last GOP Congress. I am guessing America will keep throwing the bums out to they straighten up and listen to the people and not the radicals in their parties.

4 responses so far

4 Responses to “A Congress Most Vile”

  1. lurker9876 says:

    Ah…but the Democrats are blaming their low poll numbers on Bush, the GOP party, and the Iraqi war.

    Little do they understand that they had NO mandate.

    I knew that this would be a “Do-Nothing” Congress on the day after the elections last year.

  2. KauaiBoy says:

    Now more than ever, this nation needs an American party to replace both the Democrat and Republican cabals. This party needs to merely stand for that which is best for America as a whole, recognizing the uniqueness that is our country and not subservient to any political correctness notions or overstated individual or corporate desires. Its policies would be geared toward rewarding hard working Americans and their creative ingenuity in resolving issues of the day. It would provide a hand up for those less fortunate or gifted but with a focus on individual responsibilities in preserving our greatness as a nation without the unwarranted focus on individual rights.

  3. crosspatch says:

    OT: AJ, you might be interested in this. I saw it linked to over at Rusty’s blog. “Ames strain” is anthrax, btw.

  4. Terrye says:

    They have no one to blame but themselves. It is called being hoisted on your own petard.