Saturday, November 11, 2006

"It's the End of the World as we know it...(and al-Qaeda feels fine)..."

Now with the Democrats having control of both the House and the Senate, one must wonder which direction this great country of ours’ is truly headed? It has been known for months now that the terrorist group al-Qaeda has been watching this election and hoping for a Democratic victory.

Al-Qaeda hope no more, Christmas has come early for not only the Democrats but yes, al-Qaeda as well. Let’s be honest here, President Bush’s days are numbered and it is going to be a very long final two years ending his Presidency. That is, if Democrats allow him to last that long.

Talk of impeaching Bush, raising taxes, pulling out of Iraq have been talking points of Democrats for sometime now and unfortunately these talking points will begin to turn into reality sooner rather than later. An attack on American soil will almost be imminent with the total control coming down to Democrats and their socialistic view points. I was wrong when I over-estimated the American population’s overall intelligence. I was wrong in thinking that the American population had learned of the failures of Jimmy Carter’s way of thinking, the fact that it takes Strength to have peace, not good intentions as suggested by the former President.

The Democrats know they can stop the terrorism with diplomacy and I have to call ‘BS’ and truthfully speaking, I hope they prove me wrong. The next two years will be huge for them, either they prove their call to actions can be successful or they fall flat on their face with their policy. With Democrats in control with their diplomatic view we could be the future citizens of the United States of America al-Qaeda.


At November 11, 2006 9:19 AM, Blogger The Flamingo said...

I think you're wrong on this one. I don't think that there will be any talk of impeaching President Bush once Congress goes into session in January.

I hope the Democrats are smart enough to focus on the issues that really need to be addressed rather than wasting time impeaching the President. It will be an interesting two years, and I hope that this Congress and President can work together for the benefit of all Americans.

At November 11, 2006 9:49 AM, Blogger Diego said...

Ahhh...but Flamingo one of the issues that Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi have talked about has been impeaching Bush because of the "failures of the Iraq Policy".

I believe whole heartedly that the Democrats will do something that the Republicans did not do, 100% pursuit of an impeachment of a President.

At November 11, 2006 11:29 AM, Anonymous Angel said...

I personally plan on pestering, I mean communicating with, Claire McCasket (because that's what this country will need with Dem's in control) on a frequent basis. She moved to the center on camaign issues and I intend to hold her to it. Most Dem's who got elected nationwide did the same thing--so make them hold to their word of being "Reagan Democrats." Be persistant! We cannot afford to sulk in silence.

Unlike what was implied in an earlier post, we are not the conservative minority now. Conservatives are still the majority--the voting was so clouded because so many were disgusted on how un-conservative the party as a whole had become and didn't vote, voted Libertarian, or voted for one of the Reagan Democrats. When exit polls show that 59% of people want smaller goverment that says a lot. These polls tend to lean quite a bit to the left, so I would say that closer to 70% of us want smaller govt. Problem is, no body wants their piece of the pie to be the one to shrink (think SS, Medicare, pork). Somethings gotta give. Over the last 6 years, they have spent money like crazy. The new expensive entitlements did not make the Libs like us any more, they just made the base unhappy.

Hopefully we will get some fresh, aggressive leadership on board and go back to what we stand for.

At November 11, 2006 1:59 PM, Blogger The Flamingo said...

I believe it was Pelosi who said the other day "impeachment is off the table". I would be surprised and frankly quite disappointed if the Democrats tried to pursue impeachment.

It would, in my mind, be a huge waste, in a time that we have much bigger things to worry about.

I consider myself an independent, and I hope the Democratic majority in Congress can provide some balance to an executive that has gotten a bit too powerful in my view.


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