Friday, October 07, 2005

Uh-Oh...

It's very bad news for the team of Blunt Hastert and Delay when a Conservative writer offers the following:
    "The GOP began to sell out its principles shortly after seizing control of Congress in 1994, but the abuses continue to grow. Today, as a few courageous House fiscal conservatives press for offsets against the virtually unlimited spending proposed in the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the Speaker and his coterie have acted like a woman scorned. Preaching unity, they have trashed any Republican suggesting that free-spending bail-outs are not the conservative way."
It's especially bad when it appears in a featured column spot in the American Spectator magazine, and is then picked up by the Libertarian Cato Institute. The very worst part is that the author, Doug Bandow, has some very Reagan credentials.

See? Independents responsible for Reagan's success are finally fleeing the sinking ship.

My advice: If Denny is home for the weekend, you'll want to stay out of all the Dunkin' Donuts and Krispy Kremes in the district. Somebody's gonna be bingin'.

3 comments:

Kankakee Voice said...

LOL!!! you bad. pass me a krispy kreme please...

Philosophe Forum said...

As long as the dirtbag stays out of the Dunkin' Donuts at my end of the state!!

The blow-by-blow on this vote is scary. How anyone can keep these guys in office is beyond me. Lots of very sick voters out there.

http://www.hillnews.com/thehill/export/TheHill/News/Frontpage/100605/cliffhanger.html

http://blog.dccc.org/mt/archives/003678.html

HRC said...

heh... chocolate frosted or glazed?

phil- thanks for the links. the hill was writing the story when I checked in. I'm always disappointed that they're not the first source available in print.