Thursday, June 28, 2007


Can one Democratic United States Senator say this on the one hand:
"Increasingly, the president and vice president feel they are above the law," said Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
while another Democratic United States Senator does this on the other:
The combination of procedures and maneuvers under the Senate Rules that Majority Leader Harry Reid will use to achieve this goal has never occurred in the history of the United States Senate.
Yet still enjoy an almost free pass from the mainstream media? Notice Leahy and Schumer kept a low-pro throughout the immigration "debate" to separate themselves from Reid's rhetoric in an effort to preserve their absolute moral authority to bash the administration. We'll see how that works out for them.

As for today, guess you might call it "a thumpin"--a well-deserved one at that. But not all were deserving, including this Senator:
“When the U.S. Senate brought the Amnesty bill back up this week, they declared war on the American people. This act created a crisis of confidence in their government. Thankfully, the American people won today,”
Yep, we won, at least this round. And here you thought Time Magazine was only joking when they named YOU person of the year! Now, let's punt this into the national debate for 08 and pop open a few cold and frosty ones--after all, we ARE just a bunch of yahoos.

MORE 6/28/07

Hard to argue with Fred. And you might want to check out his response to the Democrats' rather lame corporate lobbying assertion. More to come for sure, from both.

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