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Thursday, July 28, 2005

We must destroy this democracy in order to etc etc

Imagine stealing every American's right to challenge their government? The GOP-controlled Senate can. Imagine subverting the separation between church and state under the guise of national security. The GOP-controlled Senate can. (Via RC3.org)

Not one member of the Majority has condemned the leaking of Valerie Plame's identity. Not one. They're too concerned with subverting the constitution or sneaking outrageous pork into our nation's `energy security' bill. Where is the patriotism, the selfless belief in country and progress and equality? Maybe it was never there. These Southern Strategy-babies that comprise the majority played across the lines (racial and Mason-Dixon) to win power. Now that they've arrived, they're showing their true colors -- and totally missing the irony of wearing a U.S.A. flag pin in their lapel while waving the rhetorical flag of Dixie. I guess the CSA would've been a one-party state?

3 Comments:

Blogger strategery4 said...

Wake up and smell the coffee! The South HAS (finally) won the Civil War. Didn't you get the memo?

7/28/2005 10:56 PM  
Blogger cornhuskerblogger said...

i couldn't believe it when the memo passed across my desk. i figured i was just getting `Punk'd.'

7/29/2005 7:25 AM  
Anonymous bu$h ate my baby said...

Boy, this post sure took an unexpected turn in a short amount of space. How did you go from the Senate's support of the Boy Scouts, the non-condemnation of the Plame leak and pork in the energy bill to references to the Southern Strategy and waving the "rhetorical flag of Dixie?" Let's assume that pork in a (highway, energy, omnibus, otherwise fill in the blank) bill is (lamentably) a bipartisan game. How do the Boy Scouts or the Plame Game take you to Republican racism?

7/29/2005 2:37 PM  

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