Thursday, November 20, 2008

Nothing good can come of this

A few weeks ago, we all had high hopes that "The One" would lose his presidential bid and be soundly vanquished. It turns out that "Hope" was elected and Republican hopes were dashed. John McCain, the ever gracious loser met with President elect Barack Obama and they later emerged releasing a joint statement that said in part:
"...that Americans of all parties want and need their leaders to come together and change the bad habits of Washington so that we can solve the common and urgent challenges of our time".
All that means is that McCain will work in concert with leftist Democrats to turn useful idiot Republicans eager for compromise and positive news coverage towards the Democrat's agenda. The media and punditry have fawned at the love fest, but American liberty will be the loser.

The fight continues for a runoff election in Georgia, and (hopefully) an honest recount in Minnesota to limit the destruction of Republican clout in the U.S. Senate. But the Democrats already have a 60 vote majority when one includes the RINO's of Maine (Snowe & Collins), South Carolina (Graham), Pennsylvania (Specter), and McCain himself. The Reagan revolution of 1980 was a long, long time ago. 1994 seems just as far away.

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