Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Today is a bad, disheartening and hopeless day....
Okay, so on this 26th day of the month of September, 2007,
*The Democratically controlled House of Representatives joined the weenie Senate and voted to "condemn MoveOn.org's controversial "General Betray Us" ad that ran 16 days ago." The vote? 341-79. This Democratic House won't move towards impeaching the biggest bunch of criminals to occupy the White House but they will condemn an independent group for exercising their right to free speech. WTF?
*The Senate passed, by a large margin, 76-22, the Lieberman-Kyl's Iran amendment which basically says, "Iran bad and our next target." Geez! Even Jim Webb didn't vote for it! Hilary did, though, Republican that she is.
*The Democrats agreed to spend even more money on the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. $190 Billion more. They could have said, "no more." but that takes a real desire to end the madness. Obviously, they are complicit in the plan to destroy the country.
*Senator Larry Craig, he of the "wide stance, " somehow managed to hang on to his Senate seat for another day. He may actually be able to withdraw his guilty plea. That cruising in the men's room? Never happened.
*Katie Couric spoke at the National Press Club last night. She spoke out AGAINST the war. She was acting all tough and stuff, you know, pretending to be a real journalist. She said she would, "feel totally comfortable saying any of that at some point, if required, on television." Another WTF! Oh, so she can't say that now, cause it's not "required" of her to speak the truth, but if her bosses came to her and said, "Katie, it's okay. Tell the American people the truth about this war." Then she would gladly tell us? WTF!WTF!WTF! I thought it was a journalist's job to report the truth! Obviously, she's the kind of reporter who tells the truth ONLY when her bosses require it of her!
Blogger Kagro X at THE DAILY KOS, has an excellent diary on this topic.
So today was a bad day. The Democrats broke my heart today. They broke my faith. Hopefully, I will feel differently tomorrow so I can go out there and kick some Democratic butts.
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 5:57 PM