Tuesday, April 10, 2007

The True Story

Americans want our elected representatives to get to the bottom of the Justice Department scandal. They want Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and his aides to testify under oath in Congress (74%) and a majority of Americans want him to just resign already (53%).

Today Gonzales got served with more subpoenas for more missing document. The GOP fraud over voter fraud, which will eventually be aired out as Karl Rove's master plan in the Prosecutor Purge, is running deeper and deeper every single day.

The more this Congress goes after the Bush Administration for corruption and tries to put an end date on this criminal war, the more the American people approve of the job their representatives are doing:

Public approval for Congress is at its highest level in a year as Democrats mark 100 days in power and step up their confrontation with President Bush over his handling of the Iraq War, the issue that overshadows all others.

A plurality of voters want the Dems in Congress to hold the line against Bush in his fight to veto the Iraq War appropriations bill because it has suggested end date for the War attached.

So whatever El Presidente is saying, it's just more of his bullshit.

It's beginning to dawn on the GOP that George W. Bush is a black plague on any hope of winning even a House seat in 2008, and one wonders if the deathwatch should be on support for his anti-War ending position.

Oh, wait, they are starting to crack. First moves in trying to get Bush/Cheney, for the first time in their whole sorry Administration, to actually knuckle under and cut a deal with Congress on their horrific disaster.

Keep hanging tough, Harry, and the walls will come tumbling down:

"Things are not OK in Iraq. As the Pope said on Easter Sunday, a slaughter is taking place in Iraq. The Pope further said nothing good is coming from Iraq. The president must realize that. He has to deal with Congress. We are an independent branch of this government, and by our Constitution we have equal say that he has. And he's got to listen to us. Because we are speaking for the American people; he isn't."

Gun battles today in the middle of Baghdad (16 of our soldiers wounded). No takers for Bush/Cheney's "War Czar" job because "The very fundamental issue is, they don't know where the hell they're going." GOP front-runner Rudolph Giuliani doesn't know what average Americans pay for groceries or gas, says he wants to go on Imus again, and panders harder than John McCain on the Confederate flag in Alabama.

Meanwhile -- the true story is -- the Democratic Presidential candidates are outdrawing the whole sorryass GOP field. Check out New Hampshire: Obama vs.McCain.

I was wondering today if the Republican Party might actually end up having to be banned from public office, much like they did the Baath Party in Iraq, if only for a generation or two, until the entire corrupt generation dies off. But now I'm wondering if the rumor is true, that they are on the way to being a semi-permanent minority party, maybe a regional party, of the South.

Although now I'm wondering if Obama will win a few states down there, too.


Anonymous said...

New goal for 2009: De-Republicanification.


Mark Netter said...

At this moment it does seem that the Democratic Primary is the determining Presidential election.