February 09, 2008

Oh, more of THIS please

Read THIS article, I implore you, and hear me cackling in wicked laughter all the way to my bowling night for the local Sith Lords lodge.

The angry left has a fever, and the only cure is.......purging their leadership in Congress as well as the "bums" they elected in 2006. And maybe, just maybe, if we're lucky and don't immolate ourselves first and worst, we can take Rahm Emanuel's triumphant fist and shove it completely up his arse.

Posted by Steve-O at February 9, 2008 09:53 PM | TrackBack

McCain may win the Republican nomination, but he will never win the election. Two-thirds of the American people are opposed to the war; McCain is happy to keep an occupying presence in Iraq for a 100 years, if necessary. If it's between him and Clinton/Obama, the people will not choose McCain, so it's hard for me to understand why Republicans are so excited about him.

Posted by: Christine at February 10, 2008 03:18 AM

The Extreme Right Wing Republicans are in the process of morphing into the mirror image of DailyKos. Not just Ann Coulter, but a lot of bloggers are foaming at the mouth.

Once Thompson dropped out, there wasn't anyone I liked and few a hated. So? That is the way politics has been my whole life. (Dole vs Clinton? Bush-the-elder vs Clinton? Gore vs. W? Kerry vs. W?) Do you really like the current Bush as President, or was he just less abhorrent than Kerry?

Posted by: Zendo Deb at February 10, 2008 11:34 AM

Christine: I'm looking for the type font to translate your first couple of sentences about unpopular wars and 50 yr. occupations into Korean.

Posted by: Steve-O at February 10, 2008 12:59 PM

An election between McCain and the Bitch Queen will come down to which one is hated more. In that contest, McCain loses by a couple of parsecs, which of course means McCain wins. (Not that it will matter in the long run, for reasons I've stated in previous comments.)

My own belief is that no more than one-third of Americans are opposed to the war. The rest of the "opponents of the war" are actually opposed to an incompetently run war. Which the Iraq war was, for a long time. Also in there are the ones who respond only to what they see in the media, and for four years the media has told them relentlessly that the war is a fiasco and can't possibly be won. But the surge has changed all that. Those who follow the actual war know that it can be won and is being won. Meanwhile, the drop in American casualties has left the media vampires without an anti-American, anti-Bush way to slant the news from Iraq, so the media-dupes aren't seeing any Iraq news at all and have therefore forgotten about it completely.

Posted by: wolfwalker at February 10, 2008 07:09 PM