Nasty Letters To Crooked Politicians

As we enter a new era of politics, we hope to see that Obama has the courage to fight the policies that Progressives hate. Will he have the fortitude to turn the economic future of America to help the working man? Or will he turn out to be just a pawn of big money, as he seems to be right now.

Friday, June 24, 2005

They tossed us in the Briar Patch again, Brer Bear

In the course of a week we have saved Big Bird with a massive frontal assault on goPpigs in Congress. They were going to slash 50c of every dollar, now they have relented and will slash only 25c on the dollar. What did our side, the side that demands real news coverage, real arts and current events, real mastery of digital TV...what did our side really salvage from this fraudulent and time consuming "victory?"

Not much. GopPigs still have their boy Ken Tomlinson and his newly picked "President of CPB" in the leading positions to tear down PBS. Maybe that's why they 'relented.' They were only funding the new product that they expect to see with these two long-time PBS-hating hacks brazenly taking over the hen house.

Or let's assume the other possibility: Because murderous chimp_junta is throwing our national treasure at his grotesque Iraq quagmire there just is not enough to take care of our people here at home. So, to buy bullets and bombs, the gopPig's favorite spending programs, we had to ditch at least 25c on the dollar for PBS. What-hoo! Say you will take 50c and the librulz will scream--so let 'em be the winners when all along the pigs got what they wanted.

Sound familiar? Remember those judges and the nuclear option? Why the "gang of 14" moderates from both parties put together a hell of a deal, remember? The junta wanted 3 ideologue judges more than all of the other ideologue judges. Let's let them have the worst three, the ones the fight was about in the first place, and then we can keep the right to filibuster the others if "extraordinary circumstances" arise!

"I da Winnah!" says Harry Ried, (D). GoPpthugs get to describe an event as extraordinary circumstances, and the other judges being considered, although they are terrible judges, were not as reactionary as the three the dumbocrats relented on and shuffled into power for life.

If democrats keep winning like this, they can soon stop fighting and just rest easy. All the winning is already over and Karl Rove has done it.

A. J. Franklin
June 24, 2005


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