Saturday, October 20, 2007

New York Times Despondent Over Democrat Failures

Man, someone may have to talk these folks off the ledge. You can almost see the tears streaming down their cheeks as this wrote this.
Every now and then, we are tempted to double-check that the Democrats actually won control of Congress last year. It was particularly hard to tell this week. Democratic leaders were cowed, once again, by propaganda from the White House and failed, once again, to modernize the law on electronic spying in a way that permits robust intelligence gathering on terrorists without undermining the Constitution.
That's rich. The New York Times complaining about propaganda.

Did they by any chance listen to the Democrats on the House floor during the failed S-CHIP veto override?

Good grief.

The silliness continues, culminating with this lament.
Otherwise, it was a very frustrating week in Washington. It was bad enough having a one-party government when Republicans controlled the White House and both houses of Congress. But the Democrats took over, and still the one-party system continues.
Depressing when the Democrats continue to be outwitted and rolled by the idiot Bush, huh? I thought he was finished when his "brain" Karl Rove left?

How stupid does that make the Democrats and their cheerleaders at the New York Times feel?

Meanwhile the Democrat propaganda campaign continues.
WASHINGTON - Democrats invited the head of the March of Dimes to use the party's Saturday radio address to express her organization's support of legislation that would expand the children's health program to 10 million people.
Dan Riehl has more.

Meanwhile, speaking of propaganda, Gateway Pundit has a look at the latest nutroots shamelessness.

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