this should be the year for Democrats to make significant gains. Susan Estrich LLD, and prominent Democratic advisor has said, "with the war making Bush so unpopular this year the Democrats have a strong tail wind at their backs; now, if only they could find a sail." What she meant was that Democrats don't believe in anything, at least not anything they dare talk about in public, so they don't present the electorate with anything specific or coherent about which to get excited and vote. The hapless Democrats tried when Rep. Murtha came out strongly against the war in the form of a "immediate redeployment" (retreat from the Nazi like Saddam Fedayeen). The Republicans quickly called a vote in the Congress on the Murtha proposal and virtually none of the Democrats had the guts to support the insane resolution despite all their long boiling, pretentious anger, and self righteousness. Perhaps they figured that if George Washington didn't retreat when his toes were literally freezing off, his troops were literally starving to death, and he was outnumbered 1000 to 1, we could hang in there a little bit longer?
Gov. John Dean once looked to be a bright spot after he had tapped into a seemingly large army of very vile and obscene Internet liberals during the last Presidential campaign. One of liberals from the Daily Kos, recently parlayed his considerable Internet support into a book that was reviewed last Sunday in the extremely liberal New York Times Book Review. Even that review ended wondering, incredulously, how the author could use up his first opportunity outside of the shadowy Internet world to write a whole book entirely about process without ever thinking to figure out to what end liberals wanted to gain control of the political process. The truth is: its sheer bigotry that motivates liberals. They have a feeling they are superior; they know it in their hearts, but they dare not put it into words where its nonsensical nature would be exposed Murtha style, for all to see. A bigoted sense of personal superiority does not compete well with the Jeffersonian philosophy of freedom on which our country was founded and grew to be the greatest country on earth. Let's hope our Constitution is strong enough to prevent the Democrats from ever finding a voice in America.
I believe that God has planted in every heart the desire to live in freedom.
George W. Bush
DESTROY THE QURAN OR BE DESTROYED BY IT