Monday, October 03, 2005

The Artful Texan

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4 comments:

Local Man said...

Rampant cronyism culminating in the nomination to the Supreme Court of a person with virtually no record of comment or work on Constitutional issues . . . an increasingly unpopular war costing us hundreds of lives and hundreds of millions of dollars . . . indictment of House Majority Leader Tom DeLay . . . investigation of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist . . . and Karl Rove . . . and Scooter Libby . . .

Our GOP is really in trouble. What should we do? What should we do?!

I know! Invoke Clinton's name! Yeah, that's the ticket!

Zach Brissett said...

At this point, I'm not interested in rescuing the Republican Party from its own attempts to sell-out the base. "Our" GOP is in trouble because Bush is acting too much like Clinton.

A Holy Fool said...

I thought Liberals were the ones that couldn't say their own name in public. Since when did conservative become a dirty word? Since when did a "conservative" President, with a "conservative" majority in the Senate and House, need to nominate two stealth candidates? At least Justice Roberts had some Judicial experience and a conservative record of some kind. Exactly who is Harriet Miers and why is she nominated ahead of Janice Rogers Brown and company? Sheesh!

Oh, and if anyone wonders why conservative is in in scare quotes, in relations to the president and Congress, how many misplays do we the people need to endure before we finally accept reality?

And I'm an independent! Imagine how infuriated registered Republicans of the conservative variety are!

Zach Brissett said...

I feel you, man! It's going to take a heck of GOP presidential candidate to keep me from voting Constitution Party in 2008.