Friday, February 2, 2007

You bastard, Bill Kristol

Shaming Republicans into supporting your ill fated Neo-Conartist, wingnut Likud agenda that most Americans don't even understand. Stupid ideas, like turning the entire middle east into chaos to further your wacko Straussian-Likud madness.

You're DYING to go into Iran, both as an exit strategy for Iraq, and to continue the battle against the Arabs (oops, Iranians are PERSIAN - not Arabs. But you know that and you're counting on dumb and dumber Americans to get too confused about that fact as they look for a parking spot at the mall).

You were able to strong arm GWB (maybe because he really does believe in the Rapture, tho we doubt it); you stacked the deck in terms of Neo-Conartists on the cabinet and in the administration (Cheney, Rumsfield, Wolfowitz, Perle, ad nauseum...), and you said on FNC recently that 2007 is going to be a "bloody" year.

Shame on you, Bill Kristol. And shame on anyone who listens to you and goes to sleep with blood on their hands. You are a coward with a brain....a dangerous combination. We wish there was a rehab you could go to, because you need help to remember democracy and what it is about and who founded it and why we fight for it.

WS John Warner of Virginia, Gordon Smith of Oregon, and Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe of Maine are the four Republican senators (in addition to Nebraska's Chuck Hagel) currently signed on to the Democrats' anti-surge, anti-Petraeus, anti-troops, and anti-victory resolution. (I give Hagel a pass--perhaps undeserved--in my roster of ignominy, since he has been a harsh critic of the war for quite some time.)...In any case, Republican senators up for reelection in 2008 might remember this: The American political system has primaries as well as general elections. In 1978 and 1980, as Reagan conservatives took over the party from d├ętente-establishment types, Reaganite challengers ousted incumbent GOP senators in New Jersey and New York. Surely there are victory-oriented Republicans who might step forward today in Nebraska, Virginia, Oregon, and Maine--and, if necessary, in Tennessee, Minnesota, and New Hampshire--to seek to vindicate the honor, and brighten the future, of the party of Reagan.