Democrat Is Another Word For Punk Ass Bitch

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There’s really no other way of putting it. It is what it is. The Democratic Party consists of nothing but a bunch of sorry, opportunistic, Republican-lite idiots who have no idea of what they’re doing. Here you have a President who will no doubt go down in history as one of the absolute worst and what do the Democrats do about it? Do they capitalize off of the American public finally getting a grip and realizing George Bush for the moron that he is? Do they learn of his monarchy-like administration’s foul play and do everything in their power to bring them down? Well one of them does, and the rest of them duck and dodge like the cowards that they are.

Senator Feingold, a brave man no doubt, called a hearing with the hopes of garnering support for his bid to censure President Bush over baseless and very much illegal wiretapping. There are eight Democrats on the Judiciary committee – only three showed up. What’s more, only two other Democratic Senators have signed on to support censure. Thank you Senator Leahy of Vermont and Senator Barbara “I Ain’t Neva Scurred of Condi” Boxer of California for having balls.

“The president told the American people on more than one occasion that if domestic wiretapping were taking place, it was being done with a court order. That simply wasn’t true, and this president has to be held accountable for breaking a very clear law, which requires a warrant when spying on Americans on U.S. soil,” Boxer said Friday in a statement.

How hard is it to figure out? He is the President. He broke the law. He should be punished for breaking the law. I mean, there was an uproar about Slick Willie reenacting Shawna’s “Getting Some” and lying about it a couple of years ago, was it not? You would think the Democrats would go for blood. Especially with this being an impeachable offense actually worth discussing.

I wish Boxer were on the Judiciary committee since the other California Senator who’s actually on it couldn’t make it due to “scheduling conflicts.” Yeah, you can’t make a hearing when you’re too busy quivering in fear.

Some Democrats feel Feingold’s proposal goes too far by attacking a president while the country is involved in war. Others fear it could energize Republicans, much as GOP efforts to impeach Democratic President Bill Clinton backfired on Republican candidates in the 1998 congressional elections.

Morons. Idiots. Dumb asses. Support for the war is waning. Actually, that’s an understatement. An overwhelming number of Americans now realize they were geeked over nothing, and that the conflict in Iraq is only going to get worse before it gets any better…leaving many of their children dead in the process. As far as it backfiring in the congressional elections of ’98: How stupid are some of you? No really, how stupid are some of you? No one cared about Bill Clinton lying about an intern giving him a blow job when they had jobs, peace, and a future to live for. They will care now when they’re broke, hungry, sending their kids to fight a war that has nothing to do with the terrorist network they’re reminded over and over again to fear, and learning that they’re being watched by “Big Brother” without a warrant.

To top it all off, they even got John Dean, known for Watergate to appear at the hearing.

Dean, now an author who traveled from his California home for the hearing, said the National Security Agency eavesdropping case is far more of a threat to American liberties than the Watergate scandal. He said Bush’s order for the warrantless eavesdropping, which began shortly after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, is “part of a consistent, long-term, announced policy of this administration that they want to expand power for the sake of power.”

What is wrong with you, Democratic Party? Actually, what’s right with you? If I didn’t loathe everything the Republican Party stood for, I’d vote for them just for kicks. At least they stick up for all the nonsense they believe in.

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