Skip to comments.How the Dems Can Get Back on Track
Posted on 01/06/2009 9:43:02 AM PST by AJKauf
Perhaps somebody slipped something into their coffee. Maybe they are intoxicated by victory. But ever since the November election, an outbreak of political foolishness has afflicted the Democrats.
The list of screw-ups is growing.
It is fair to ask: whats wrong with these people? And better yet, it is worthwhile to ask what they can do to halt the self-inflicted wounds...
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As if any of their screw-ups matter....
How the Dems Can Get Back on Track?
Maybe they can all follow in Merckel, the once upon a time billionaire’s footsteps? That would be a good start.
the only stories that have run nationally and gotten wide exposure are the start of school for the Obama children and the beach pics of the pecs.
The public hasn't a clue what is going on in DC.
They are busy buying the messiah’s commemorative plates, coins, pjs, hats, coats, DVDs, naming their schools after him, and waiting for him to pay their mtg.
Let us hope their “self inflicted wounds” will prevent them from inflicing any on us until they have been safely recommited to their respective asylums. Somehow I doubt we will continue to be so fortunate.
Don’t give them any good ideas......
How Republicans Can Get Back On Track — Ever see a title like that?
Personally crash and burn arrogance would suit me just fine.
Oh, we’ve seen a BUNCH of those titles - all written by Leftists, all saying the same thing: “be more like us, and we’ll like you more.”
And the Republicans will do it, gladly, because they want to be loved.
I never saw a headline helpful to Republicans that made sense.
[As if any of their screw-ups matter....]
And as if this wasn’t expected. It’s always easy to criticize the pitch selection when you are calling it from the bleachers. Now their hereditary foolishness is open for all to see.
Move Congress to a holler down south?
Excommunicate the Catholics among them?
Force them to give only 'yes' and 'no' answers?
Force them to read the U.S. Constitution and Federalist papers?
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