Same job, different uniform.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

You could call me a kind of religious conservative and I'm glad Miers is out.

So there, Mr. Danforth.

He isn't referencing the Miers debacle but I'm assuming it is implied.

As Brett over at Blognostic has been pounding into my head all morning, it was the "conservative intellectual community" of the Republican Party not the so-called Religious Right that brought this nomination down.

He and I agree on this.

As I have been trying to pound into HIS head, that is NOT how the liberal Democrats will frame it. They will blame right-wing fanatics for pushing out a moderate and ignore her lack of qualifications (that have been widely noted throughout the blogosphere).

He has posted on the issue here.

Republicans need to be ready to be on the offensive when Bush announces his next nomination. There is a storm brewing.

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Blogger NYDragonfly said...

Trust me, there is far more than a storm brewing.

As a Democrat, we smell BLOOD. Bush has been wounded severely, as has the Republican Party, and they have no one to blame but themselves.

A wrong war at a wrong time. Major failure of FEMA because of people placed into positions of power through cronyism, indictments of the supposed genius behind dummy boy Bush, and now his hand chosen canidate for the Supreme Court shot down not by Democrats, but by his own CORE power base.

Bush and the Republican Party pushed middle class Americans too far by refusing to deal with the REAL ISSUES, such as getting rid of the 15-20 million illegal aliens within our borders that are stealing our jobs, taking food off of our tables, and ruining our American way of life, and now it is time for them to pay the price of their follies.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Blogger girlfriday said...

You started off strong then lost me. Two totally unrelated issues there.

Blood in the water? Absolutely. Is it my fault Bush made a tactical error that some Republicans may never forgive him for? Nope.

Thursday, October 27, 2005


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