Epic Nation

Saturday, November 27, 2004

Boo hoo

The whiny little cry babies over at the Washingtont Post just cant stand for the idea that a majority party may want to start acting like one:

[...]Speaker J. Dennis Hastert last week enunciated a policy in which Congress will pass bills only if most House Republicans back them, regardless of how many Democrats favor them. Hastert's position, which is drawing fire from Democrats and some outside groups, is the latest step in a decade-long process of limiting Democrats' influence and running the House virtually as a one-party institution.

It would never dawn on this writer that maybe Democrats should change their policies so more people will vote for them. No, that would be too, well, Democratic of them. The childish tantrum continues:

Senators from both parties, leaders of the Sept. 11 commission and others have sharply criticized the policy. The long-debated intelligence bill would now be law, they say, if Hastert and his lieutenants had been humble enough to let a high-profile measure pass with most votes coming from the minority party.

First of all, I dont remember electing any of those pompous windbags that made up the 9-11 commission. This is probably why the press love them so, none of them are accountable to the masses - much like the press! Most of the suggestions made by the commission were just the same old beurocratic jockeying that crippled the intellgence agencies to begin with. Like most liberals in the U.S. these days, the Washington Post seems to believe that since the voters in this country have proven themselves idiots by electing Republicans to lead the government, elected officials should be bypassed all together.

Some humble advice for the Democratic party leadership and the press (as if there's a difference these days): Keep it up dipshits! The longer you all act like a pack of suck-ass losers incapable of re-evaluating your failed policies, the longer you'll be taking orders from Republicans.

No matter what you have convinced yourselves at your elitist cocktail partys, the fact remains that your ilk of closet socialist are not liked by the majority of this country. I know you think its your right to be in charge, and its been tough getting used to your minority status since 1994. But you had better get used to it if all you have to offer is more whining.

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