Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Bush Republicans Thumped At Rodeo Yesterday

"Hell, I never vote for anybody, I always vote against."- WC Fields

There has been a dynamic at play for the past six years in the United States of America that has caused a downward spiral.

Regardless of the preference of President George W. Bush, it's necessary to examine what problems exist before we can find solutions.

Where to start? How about...scandal?
And then there's...Iraq
I "Read my lips: no new taxes."
II "Stay the course"

President Bush On the Campaign Trail, 2006
Vice President Cheney And Secretary Of Defense Rumsfeld
After The Election
The ever so right in his own mind, ever so superior in his opinion of himself President George W. Bush looked like a dog that had done been kicked today when he discussed the rout laid on the Republicans by the Democrats in yesterday's election. He tried to bob and weave while taking questions from the press, but got smacked around royally. It was long overdue.

Just two more stories on President Bush's post-election news conference:
The United States House Of Representatives is firmly in the hands of the Democratic Pary, 229/196. On the Senate side, it's Democrats 50/Republicans 49. George Allen has lost in Virgina, but is fighting it. A shameful display all around for the Grand Old Party. Well deserved results in my view.

*I didn't edit the picture of the Commander In Chief. It was just too good to pass up. Even though the PhotoShop work wasn't well done.


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Mohawk Chieftain said...

Man, you sure put a lot of blood, sweat & tears into this!

bulletholes said...

Over the years my votes have turned more and more to the left...unfortunately I am afraid it says more about the Republicans tan the Democrats.

*DB* said...

Woo and friggin HOO! I'm still dazed from election night.

BlueDuck said...

Are you still in a state of mental euphoria from this week too?

I have floating around for days, making sounds like some kind of hummingbird.

Anonymous said...

Maybe we'll have some balance now.

honkeie said...

I am always hoping he will forget to breath one day and just go the way of the dodo.