Saturday, November 10, 2007

What a day, look it in the face...

...and hold your vomit.

Voters asked Congress "to focus on withdrawing our troops from Iraq, on expanding healthcare access. ... They did not ask us to spend any time on the impeachment of the vice president," Wasserman Schultz insisted.
Then it's a good thing our troops are being withdrawn and healthcare access has been expanded so you don't have to waste your precious time with the silly frivolities of us moonbats, perpetually uninformed as we lounge about in a haze of marijuana smoke, discarded clothing and empty potato chip bags strewn at our feet.
"That is all the media would focus on. ... And to what end?" she asked, arguing that Bush was the real problem and removing Cheney wouldn't make a significant difference with only a year until the next election.
Of course. The guy publicly implementing the policies is the real problem, certainly not the actual source of the policies. If it wasn't for Agent 41, Babs and Saudi cash bailing his ass out at every turn, this fuck would be pumping gas or have been a drug casualty in a morgue. [Being a wishy-washy lefty, I humbly apologize to the gas pumpers and those who indulge in illegal substances] So why not go after the big boogeyman himself? Oh, that's right, there are never enough votes in the other chamber. It really does make your job easier having a built-in excuse, doesn't it.

But thanks for admitting that it's all about 2008. The slightest deviation from the narrative that you've never countered - that you're all a bunch of gutless hacks who'll wither at the slightest chastisement from the other side of the aisle or a sternly-worded essay by one of the Beltway Cocktail Circuit - would all but assure your defeat in a general election.

Yes, Democratic purists, I completely understand that we have to keep on pushing for better and more progressive members. Like Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Because impeaching someone who's been guilty of subverting the Constitution sends a terrible message that America isn't a forgiving nation.
Even though it happened once, everyone's certainly learned their lesson and
it will never happen again.
Rep. Robert Wexler (D-FL), who's district neighbors Wasserman Schultz's, called for the committee to "schedule impeachment hearings immediately".

"I believe Robert Wexler is off base," Wasserman Schultz said.
I believe Debbie Wasserman Schultz is a fucking coward.

What say you, Madame Speaker?
"One year ago, the American people entrusted their hopes and their dreams, their aspirations for themselves, for their families and for the future in this 'new-direction' Congress," said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California. "This new Congress is focused on creating a great America for our children and grandchildren."
That's great. I'm focused on having hot, erotic sex with Alessandra Ambrosio in a variety of exotic locales as we travel the world, but I've done about as much towards that goal as you guys have done towards yours. Don't believe me? Let's ask your constituents:
A CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll released last week shows the approval rating for all members of Congress is at 22 percent, while 75 percent of those surveyed disapproved of the way Congress is handling its job.
Wow. Thats a lot of DFHs. So, please tell me Nancy, do we have any reason for hope? Can you give me the faintest glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel that is simply the dawning sun of a new liberty and not an oncoming Amtrak car?
"I don't approve of Congress because we haven't done anything -- we haven't been effective in ending the war in Iraq," she said, "and if you asked me in a [polling] phone call, as ardent a Democrat as I am, I would disapprove of Congress as well."
Sorry, I can't hold it any longer.


Anonymous said...

indict, impeach, trial, convict, sentence, repeat...

until every single last one of the war mongering traitorous murderers in the PNAC/Carlyle Group/GOP/NEOCON Bush Administration is behind bars, then ship them off to the Haugue to stand trail and sentencing for War crimes and crimes against humanity and war profitteering.

Mary Ellen said...

I couldn't have said it any better, Randal. I was listening to that interview on the radio while I was home and just lost it. Honestly, I just couldn't believe that Ed Schultz stayed as calm as he did because I don't think that bitch deserved any type of respect. She obviously has absolutely no respect for those who put her in her political office and she certainly has no respect for the oath to upholding the Constitution.

I can't tell you how fed up I am with the Democratic party, especially Nancy "botox bitch" Pelosi.

I think that every single one of us who are asked to send money to any of the Democratic candidates go on strike. No money until there are impeachment hearings, period. That goes for all the Presidential and House candidates and especially goes to the DNC. As long as they don't want to support us, we don't support them. Let them have their rallies to an empty house. No one should go, not one person. That's what it's going to take to wake those stupid f**ks up. it is Saturday night and I can't go to confession....damn.

Randal Graves said...

You know, for a nun, you sure are one angry broad! But you're right. I'm so fucking sick of the excuses. We don't have the votes. We have to do the people's business. Exactly. Like investigating and removing the criminals from office.

I'm not some fucking idealist, but what the fuck. Can we please, for once, punish those who do NOT follow the Constitution? If not, then what's the point of having one? Why not just follow the rules that some page, when not getting molested by a fucking Republican who will NEVER serve a second of jail time, scribbles on the back of a cocktail napkin?

Man, I HATE these fuckers. At least with the Republicans you KNOW they're evil. They don't even hide it anymore. We expected better from the Dems. Guess we were wrong.