Thursday, April 28, 2005

The Long DeLay Is Over

Oh, good. The ethics rules in Congress have been restored so Tom DeLay's flagrant abuse(s) of power can finally be investigated.
He's got one foot in the grave and another on a banana peel. Even his fellow criminal Newt Gingrich thinks he's a rotten apple.
And John Bolton, lame duck Bush's pick for UN Ambassador, has been under so much scrutiny even the stupidest people in America have caught on that he's a grouchy bastard who uses ferocious intimidation and tirades to get his way.
His confirmation is highly doubtful.
Now that Bush has ruined the economy and dragged us into a never-ending quagmire in Iraq, his second term is being overshadowed by GOP hopeful jackals like Professional Christian Bill Frist, who's jockeying to be the next Resident in the White House.
Frist is a medical doctor who is unsure if AIDS can be spread by sweat or saliva.
He brings similar expertise to his role as a political hack.
The word Republican is starting to leave the same bilious taste in America's mouth that many of us have been having since 2000.
My mistake has been in miscalculating the gullibility of the masses. I thought Bush and his ilk would have been thrown out long before now.

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