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World sees Dems' win as a Bush rejection
AP on Yahoo ^ | 11/8/06 | Joseph Coleman - ap

Posted on 11/08/2006 2:09:50 AM PST by NormsRevenge

TOKYO - Democratic gains in Congress were seen around the world Wednesday as a rejection of the U.S. war in Iraq that led some observers to expect a reassessment of the American course there.

The shift in power also was seen as a signal in some capitals that the United States would put a greater emphasis on trade policy and human rights.

Many watching the election said the results were a significant blow to President Bush's presidency.

"Although his term will not end within the next year, I think Bush is already turning into a lame duck," Yuzo Yamamoto, 60, the manager of a Tokyo business consulting firm, said as Democrats won control of the House and challenged Republican dominance in the Senate in midterm elections Tuesday.

Outside observers saw the bloodshed in Iraq as the major driving force behind the Democrats' success.

"Voters have punished the Republicans. They are not happy with the way the leadership has handled the Iraq war," said Chandra Muzaffar, president of the Malaysia-based think-tank International Movement for a Just World.

Bush's foreign critics cheered in Vietnam, and in Muslim-dominated countries such as Indonesia and Malaysia.

"The Republicans lost in the election because the American voters are now fed up and bored with the war," said Vitaya Wisetrat, a prominent, anti-American Muslim cleric in Thailand. "The American people now realize that Bush is the big liar."

Echoing the sentiment of many in Muslim countries, Indonesian lawmaker Ahmad Sumargono hoped that the results would prompt a reassessment of American policies in Iraq and elsewhere.

"I am optimistic that American people have now realized the mistakes made by Bush in foreign policy. We hope this leads to significant changes, especially toward the Middle East," he said.

Abdul Hamid Mubarez, an Afghan analyst and former deputy Afghan information and culture minister, said he hoped that Democratic victories would lead to more reconstruction money for his war-torn nation.

The prospect of a sudden change in American foreign policy could be troubling to U.S. allies in Asia — such as Japan and Australia — that have thrown their vocal support behind the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.

Some, however, doubted that there would be a major shift in Iraq, said Michael McKinley, a political science professor at the Australian National University.

"There would have been some concern in policy making circles here if the Democrats had said, 'We are definitely going to withdraw by Christmas,'" McKinley said. "But they're not able to say that," he said.

"They will have concluded that it is unlikely to have radical significance in the area of U.S. foreign and strategic policy," he added.

U.S. policy on North Korea, which angered the world by testing a nuclear device on Oct. 9, is also high on the agenda in the region. Despite the test, Pyongyang has pledged to return to stalled six-nation talks on its weapons program.

While some in South Korea have speculated that a Democratic victory could erode Bush's hardline approach toward Pyongyang, others were skeptical.

Kim Tae-woo, a North Korea expert at the Seoul-based Korea Institute for Defense Analyses, said Bush was unlikely to make radical changes in his policy in his final two years in office, particularly since the North was not a major campaign issue.

"Why should he change his policy line?" Kim asked, referring to Bush. "The Bush administration will feel no need for changes in the six-party talks."

Many around the world hoping for other changes in American policy said they hoped the election would be a catalyst.

In China, however, the resurgence of the Democrats raised fears of renewed U.S. concern over human rights and trade and labor issues. China's surging economy has a massive trade surplus with the United States.

"The Democratic Party ... will protect the interests of small and medium American enterprises and labor and that could produce an impact on China-U.S. trade relations," Zhang Guoqing of the state-run Chinese Academy of Social Sciences said in a report on Sina.com, one of China's most popular Internet portals.

In Japan, the government said the results would not change Tokyo's warm ties with Washington.

But the shift in favor of the Democrats was expected to complicate Japan's diplomatic approach to the U.S. For years, the Japanese have been able to successfully woo Bush's White House, knowing that the Republican Congress would largely follow its lead.

Now that calculus would have to change, said Tsuneo Watanabe, senior fellow at Mitsui Global Strategic Studies Institute in Tokyo.

"Now it's time for the Japanese, the embassy in Washington, to spend more time on Congress," he said.


TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; Government; Politics/Elections; War on Terror
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1 posted on 11/08/2006 2:09:52 AM PST by NormsRevenge
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To: NormsRevenge

Ooops,
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2 posted on 11/08/2006 2:10:41 AM PST by NormsRevenge (Semper Fi ...... Aloha!!!)
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To: NormsRevenge
Abdul Hamid Mubarez, an Afghan analyst and former deputy Afghan information and culture minister, said he hoped that Democratic victories would lead to more reconstruction money for his war-torn nation.

Abdul, you better pack a lunch.
3 posted on 11/08/2006 2:12:19 AM PST by dyed_in_the_wool ("O you who believe! do not take the Jews and the Christians for friends" - Koran 5.51)
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To: NormsRevenge

"The Republicans lost in the election because the American voters are now fed up and bored with the war," said Vitaya Wisetrat, a prominent, anti-American Muslim cleric in Thailand. "The American people now realize that Bush is the big liar."

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The MSM and dem cohorts must be proud they have done their job so well. Bastards All!


4 posted on 11/08/2006 2:12:39 AM PST by NormsRevenge (Semper Fi ...... Aloha!!!)
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To: NormsRevenge
Osama Bin Laden and the Jihadists are dancing in the streets. American voters danced to their tune as they knew they would.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

5 posted on 11/08/2006 2:13:07 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: goldstategop

Every vote cast for a Democrat yesterday was a vote for al-Qaeda.


6 posted on 11/08/2006 2:14:07 AM PST by furquhart (Time for a New Crusade - Deus lo Volt!)
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To: NormsRevenge

The RATS are going to impeach Bush. They've got a big enough margin to do it.


7 posted on 11/08/2006 2:14:13 AM PST by advance_copy (Stand for life, or nothing at all)
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To: NormsRevenge

The ignorance is almost blinding.


8 posted on 11/08/2006 2:15:25 AM PST by kinoxi
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To: advance_copy
They lack the votes to convict the President. If they want to alienate the middle that voted for them yesterday, they ought to go ahead with impeachment.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

9 posted on 11/08/2006 2:16:59 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: NormsRevenge
This is where we will start to see the twilight of American status as the World's lone superpower.

Look at China attempt to fill the power vacuum in a couple of years.

10 posted on 11/08/2006 2:17:27 AM PST by MinorityRepublican (Everyone that doesn't like what America and President Bush has done for Iraq can all go to HELL)
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To: NormsRevenge
The MSM and dem cohorts must be proud they have done their job so well. Bastards All!

Along with many many "true Conservatives" who stayed home b/c they were mad. Wahhhh.. Thanks alot you scumbags.

11 posted on 11/08/2006 2:20:16 AM PST by petercooper (Polls Schmolls.)
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To: MinorityRepublican

Don't right us off just yet... :)


12 posted on 11/08/2006 2:21:00 AM PST by kinoxi
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To: NormsRevenge

There is no sugar-coating this:

America voted for appeasement, for surrender to Islamofascism, for rule by the leftist media, for Sharia Law, for al-Qaeda/Iranian nukes over our cities.

We are finished. And we have done it to ourselves.


13 posted on 11/08/2006 2:21:03 AM PST by fireman43
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To: MinorityRepublican
The Left - the Democratic elites, the chattering classes and the kooks - hate the military. They hate American power. And they want to expand the size and reach of government on a scale undreamed of in American history. They're dead serious with respect to all these aims. They're not going to let the fake mask of moderation they wore to lever themselves back into power to deter them from achieving their objectives.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

14 posted on 11/08/2006 2:21:21 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: advance_copy

I think you're right.


15 posted on 11/08/2006 2:21:33 AM PST by Howlin
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To: MinorityRepublican

Only one race had a guy running that made it widely known that he was not apologetic for his vote to support the war -- and that was Lieberman. And see how well he did!


16 posted on 11/08/2006 2:21:51 AM PST by Bushwacker777
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To: NormsRevenge

I'm sure Dan Rather showed up somewhere last night and declared that 'the American people had a tantrum'. I guess I just missed it. (sarc)


17 posted on 11/08/2006 2:21:58 AM PST by mkmensinger
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To: goldstategop

The Dems are going to have a hard time of it. If they go for impeachment, they lose the middle in '08. If they don't, they lose the moonbats, including their $$. Likewise with the war. If they withdraw right away and Iraq turns into a bloodbath, as I predict, they lose the moderates. If they don't withdraw, they lose the moonbats.

Also, if they withdraw from Iraq, they lose their only issue. What else do they have to run on in '08? "We hate Bush" won't work, and "We hate Iraq" will be over. And that's their entire platform.

The silver lining in this is that if the Pubbies half try, '08 should be a good year.


18 posted on 11/08/2006 2:22:50 AM PST by LadyNavyVet
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To: advance_copy

The Dems are pretty plain on their agenda. Minimum wage bump of $2, negotiating drug prices (price controls), Big Taxes on Big Oil, and Immigration Reform (Ally Ally in Free). They just didn't talk about it in front of the opposition.

George will talk about Reaching Across to the Other Side in a Spirit of Bipartisanship. After all this passes, then they'll investigate George out of office.

Hey George, enjoy your last two years. I sure won't


19 posted on 11/08/2006 2:22:50 AM PST by spudsmaki
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To: spudsmaki

Maybe GWB will finally figure out what a Presidential veto is.


20 posted on 11/08/2006 2:31:54 AM PST by floridareader1
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To: NormsRevenge

After reading this, I'm almost inclined to say lets give the "world" what it wants and pull out of Iraq and let the chips fall where they may.

If it wasn't for us, most of the "world" would be living under some sort of opression and tyranny so if we're so bad, and we're the ones who create terrorists, and we're hated by the "world", lets just pull out of Iraq and when the Muslim caliphates are established in Tokyo and London and Berlin, lets sit back and let it happen and let the "world", who hates our guts, fend for themselves.

I'm so sick of these people and their ignorance and self-righteousness I could scream. Leave them all alone and let them live under the Muslim slavery they want so much. Let them have the beheadings, and the veils, and the stonings - all of it. I'm fed up with all of these people.


21 posted on 11/08/2006 2:32:24 AM PST by GiovannaNicoletta
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To: NormsRevenge

Peter Jennings 1994 "The American people threw a temper tantrum last night".


22 posted on 11/08/2006 2:34:38 AM PST by operation clinton cleanup (Peter Jennings 1994 "The American people threw a temper tantrum last night".)
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To: spudsmaki
The Democrats are not interested in a honeymoon. They're interested in avenging themselves upon Bush. This may be their only opportunity to do it so they don't care if they'll be out of power in 2008. Its just too good to pass up.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

23 posted on 11/08/2006 2:40:20 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: operation clinton cleanup

You're right, Jennings said it. I thought it was Rather...not that it makes much difference


24 posted on 11/08/2006 2:40:50 AM PST by mkmensinger
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To: NormsRevenge

WE HAVE TWO MONTHS TO JAM THROUGH REPUBLICAN LAWS AND TWO YEARS OF EXEC ORDERS. 2008 WILL BE EARNED BY STANDING FIRM.


25 posted on 11/08/2006 2:40:54 AM PST by larryjohnson
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To: NormsRevenge
Yesterday America turned its back on our troops and their sacrifices. Appeasement is the rule of the day.

Bush deserves a HUGE part of the blame for this due to his "Nation Building" emphasis and ignoring winning the war first.

For those of you who are gun owners, we have a deadly future ahead of us. We are now going to be singled out as the "real terrorists" by the dems and we will be attacked in every part of the country. There will be a few more "Waco's" against "right-wing extremist gun nut families".

Buy your guns and ammo now as fast and as furious as you can, come next year you WILL NOT BE ABLE TO! Bush will go along with any new "Assault Weapons" ban and ammo ban.
26 posted on 11/08/2006 2:41:23 AM PST by MaDeuce (Do it to them, before they do it to you! (MaDuce = M2HB .50 BMG))
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To: operation clinton cleanup
"Tonight, the American people voted for peace, prosperity and the Democratic Way."

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

27 posted on 11/08/2006 2:41:26 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: spudsmaki
George will talk about Reaching Across to the Other Side in a Spirit of Bipartisanship. After all this passes, then they'll investigate George out of office. Hey George, enjoy your last two years. I sure won't
Maybe now would be the time for him to actually stand up to America's domestic enemies. Nah. Why start now?
28 posted on 11/08/2006 2:41:41 AM PST by samtheman (The Democrats are Instituting their own Guest Voter Program.)
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To: NormsRevenge
Here it comes.

Expect terrorism to step up in order to continue the pressure on President Bush.

Regards, Ivan

29 posted on 11/08/2006 2:42:19 AM PST by MadIvan (I aim to misbehave.)
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To: larryjohnson


BUMP!


30 posted on 11/08/2006 2:43:44 AM PST by onyx (We have two political parties: the American Party and the Anti-American Party.)
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To: mkmensinger
I paraquoted...

"Some thoughts on those angry voters. Ask parents of any two-year-old and they can tell you about those temper tantrums: the stomping feet, the rolling eyes, the screaming. It's clear that the anger controls the child and not the other way around. It's the job of the parent to teach the child to control the anger and channel it in a positive way. Imagine a nation full of uncontrolled two-year-old rage. The voters had a temper tantrum last week....Parenting and governing don't have to be dirty words: the nation can't be run by an angry two-year-old."
-- ABC World News Tonight anchor Peter Jennings in his daily ABC Radio commentary, November 14.
31 posted on 11/08/2006 2:45:06 AM PST by operation clinton cleanup (Peter Jennings 1994 "The American people threw a temper tantrum last night".)
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To: NormsRevenge

Reagan lost the Senate in year six. This is not an uncommon turn of events in American politics. Let's see what the Democrats do now.

9-11 is officially past history. Americans have forgotten.

PLUS - the Democrats, many of them, ran as Conservatives. It was a calculated and cynical ploy that worked.

Bush has been beat up mercilessly by the press. It finally took a toll. Like Churchill and Truman, he is profoundly unappreciated in his time, but history will be kind. That said - the war in Iraq, the WOT in general, has been conducted with too much PC. It hurt Bush and the GOP.

Any Republican who did not vote has hand in this too.


32 posted on 11/08/2006 2:45:40 AM PST by veronica (http://www.freerepublic.com/~starcmc/)
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To: NormsRevenge
The U.S. vote, though very close, would indeed appear to be the equivalent of a "no confidence" vote in many countries that use a parliamentary system.

The flippant remark would be that "We look like Spain", and indeed, to much of the world, that's going to be the inevitable reaction.

Certainly our allies will be disconcerted by this move. It's hard to imagine that our Armed Forces will get enough money when the extreme left now control the House of Representatives. At least with Mr. Carter's election we couldn't have forecast what a disaster he would be, but it's easy enough with Pelosi, Rangel, and Conyers at the helm.

I remember losing the stupid assault weapons ban in the 1993-1994 years. This group in the House now is much worse: I don't believe that our country has ever had so many of the extreme left in such important positions in the House.

33 posted on 11/08/2006 2:46:00 AM PST by snowsislander
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To: goldstategop

Osama Bin Laden and the Jihadists are dancing in the streets. American voters danced to their tune as they knew they would.


I think finally we will see the attacks that have been in planning so long.


34 posted on 11/08/2006 2:47:17 AM PST by tet68 ( " We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us...." Henry V.)
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To: veronica
I DID vote. But I can't do anything about what the rest of my countrymen decided. They made up their minds they wanted change.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

35 posted on 11/08/2006 2:48:03 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: veronica

Well said.


36 posted on 11/08/2006 2:48:46 AM PST by operation clinton cleanup (Peter Jennings 1994 "The American people threw a temper tantrum last night".)
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To: goldstategop

Interesting quoutes from 1994...

http://www.mediaresearch.org/notablequotables/bestof/1994/best1-3.asp


37 posted on 11/08/2006 2:50:26 AM PST by operation clinton cleanup (Peter Jennings 1994 "The American people threw a temper tantrum last night".)
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To: snowsislander

The WAR on the MSM/DBM begins TODAY!!!


38 posted on 11/08/2006 2:51:30 AM PST by oiler
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To: MaDuce

"For those of you who are gun owners, we have a deadly future ahead of us. We are now going to be singled out as the "real terrorists" by the dems and we will be attacked in every part of the country. There will be a few more "Waco's" against "right-wing extremist gun nut families".

Buy your guns and ammo now as fast and as furious as you can, come next year you WILL NOT BE ABLE TO! Bush will go along with any new "Assault Weapons" ban and ammo ban."

I was going to add to your statement, but you've said it all.


39 posted on 11/08/2006 2:53:14 AM PST by caver (Yes, I did crawl out of a hole in the ground.)
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To: caver
The Democrats have "low hanging" fruit - many of them elected in GOP districts as a result of a protest against GOP corruption and betrayal of conservative ideals. Their conservatism is probably phony but they know if they have to toe the party line and go along with the hard leftist ideology of the party's leaders, it won't sit well with their constituents back home.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

40 posted on 11/08/2006 2:58:05 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: advance_copy

I hope they do impeach him. Put Pelosi in as commander-in-chief! Now that's a riot. But, seriously, I do hope they impeach Bush because it is now inevitable we are going down. Let the Demonrats bring us down.


41 posted on 11/08/2006 3:00:46 AM PST by bushfamfan (DUNCAN HUNTER FOR PRES. 2008)
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To: advance_copy
The GOP lost because of immigration. Bush is insane to push immigration when any moron can figure out it hurts the average white American. Just ask any white South African or ex-Rhodesian how much fun it is to live in a Third World culture. Instinctively conservatives understand this.
The Dems won because the conservative small-town GOP supporters stayed home. It has little to do with the war.
Bush brought this upon himself.
42 posted on 11/08/2006 3:02:12 AM PST by seppel
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To: bushfamfan

Well, I'm glad this happened in 2006 and not in 2008.


43 posted on 11/08/2006 3:05:02 AM PST by advance_copy (Stand for life, or nothing at all)
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To: NormsRevenge

44 posted on 11/08/2006 3:10:25 AM PST by Dallas59 (Muslims Are Only Guests In Western Countries)
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To: fireman43

We're not finished.

Not even close.

Who knows how many people will pay with their lives. That apparently is the price of wanting to continue in a state of denial. Reality always wins, like it or lump it.

We will fight for our survival when a city disappears.


45 posted on 11/08/2006 3:12:31 AM PST by DB ()
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To: samtheman

This is where the Republicans will make Stepin Fetchit look like Conan the Barbarian. They deferred when they were in the majority and kept calling the RATS "Mr. Chairman," imagine how much they'll grovel now.


46 posted on 11/08/2006 3:13:29 AM PST by Dahoser (God bless our troops and at home defenders.)
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To: NormsRevenge

why ? That's what the republican party thinks. Mc Cain has to go on distance to W if he wants to run for President.

And he already did that by speaking out against the white house politics in the last years.


47 posted on 11/08/2006 3:14:10 AM PST by Rummenigge (there's people willing to blow out the light because it casts a shadow)
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To: seppel

The dims will do nothing about immigration and those that stayed home deserve the Democrats.


48 posted on 11/08/2006 3:14:17 AM PST by Dallas59 (Muslims Are Only Guests In Western Countries)
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To: advance_copy

Exactly right!

Look, the internuts are celebrating today. The Kos kids, the Huffnuts, and other various clowns. They don't have the long view. So let 'em carry on.

I spent election day with lots of GOP pols and GOP high rollers. One has to be philosophical about this and they were. There are two years for the GOP to get its act together and I think it can be done and we'll be back. Let's just see how Pelosi and Co. wears on the American people. Buyers regret may set in FAST.


49 posted on 11/08/2006 3:15:55 AM PST by veronica (http://www.freerepublic.com/~starcmc/)
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To: goldstategop
And they want to expand the size and reach of government on a scale undreamed of in American history.

Yes, you are correct.

It is time to bring all those who would be hurt by, or who hate, that desire of the new majority back into the party.

50 posted on 11/08/2006 3:17:06 AM PST by Jim Noble (If we can't leave a democracy behind, we should at least leave the corpses of our enemies.)
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