Monday, May 15, 2006


On Second Thought, Maybe We Should Just Let Them Shoot Our Country In The Foot

This may be, without a doubt, the most spineless, simpering piece of policy I have seen adopt the title of "opinion" ever. According to Adam Nagourney, what with Bush and his lackeys screwing this great nation six ways from Sunday, maybe it would be better if the Dems didn't actively try to win the 2006 elections. Because, y'know, cleaning up this country would be hard work.

I have a newsflash for you, Adam: they're politicans. This is what they're supposed to do. They are supposed to take the reins of this nation, do what needs doing, and clean up the garbage. They may get a kiss, they may get a kick in the nuts. It doesn't matter, because they've fixed it all up, and that's what matters.

At least, that's how it's supposed to work. In the time between the Founding Fathers and Dubya, something got lost in the translation. Now, most politicians view their job as a way to bleed money out of lobbyists, corporations, taxpayers, foreign markets, anyone. Sure, they'll throw a bone every once in a while in a piece of legislation obviously meant to play to a constituency, but for the most part, they're there to vacuum up money and power.

Fuck that. Kick all the bastards out. Send the new crowd to Congress with copies of Thomas Paine's Common Sense and the Declaration of Independence. Show them that their duty is to the people, not to the pocket book. And give the lazy do-nothing like Adam Nagourney an extra round of spankings.

UPDATE: Is this POS really Nagourney's blog? I swear, I haven't seen such a mangled and outright hostile attempt to get the message across since Uwe Boll's memos to his screenwriter.

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