One Loon Gone, Another Sure To Follow

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“…I am concerned that the confirmation process presents a burden for the White House and our staff that is not in the best interest of the country.”

That’s Harriet Mier’s code for, “I’d like to save our necks, boss.” You can read the rest of her resignation letter to President Bush by clicking here.

Right-wing cheerleader, mascot, and [unfortunately] celebrated nutcase Ann Coulter spoke of Mier’s resignation as “an absolutely historic, stunning event” that “demonstrates that the movement conservatives, or the radical right wing as we’re being called, is the one with the power in this relationship, the power in the country.”

How’s that for a pick-me-up? I never agree with Coulter (shocker, I know) and this situation isn’t any different. Sure, conservatives loathed Mier’s, mostly for her mixed opinions about gay rights and abortion; but how exactly does this point to their power? If anything, it seems as if Mier’s has been paying attention to the news and remembered the adage, “When it rains, it pours.”

Enter Darth Sidious, Karl Rove. So, he won’t be indicted today, but hey, there’s always Monday. God willing. Scooter isn’t so lucky, though. May Scooter sing like Mariah Carey on Apollo 50-11 years ago.

O’Reilly believes Rove’s indictment would be bad for the country. Where is a dunce hat when you need one?

While we all wait for what happens next, let’s look over Dumbya’s next list of candidates.

I’m guessing he’s not big on the gays.

Doubtful he’s pro-choice, but I’m sure you’ll still wish you’ve never been born.

Oh wait. This guy already has a job on Pennsylvania.

For those wondering about me, no, I’m not the posterchild for cheerfulness right now, but I’m slowly getting back into the swing of things. I don’t want my blog to become, “The Depressing One.”

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