Saturday, April 30, 2005

Stupid stupid democrats can't say no

If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times: as an organization, the Democrats are not organized, plus, they're stupid. From the DLC to the fucking stupid Democratic Senators and Congressmen and women who voted for Bush's anti-labor, cruel and inhumane plans to turn America into a fucking corporate gulag, Democrats are stupid.

Think about it: your wonderful Bill Clinton campaigned long and hard for NAFTA. Remember that funny Texan who talked about "whoosing sounds" as our job base went South? Think Democrat Clinton.

But now we got the smirking Shrub, and the Democrats ain't doing shit.

Molly Ivans:


Why aren't Democrats standing up for regular people?

The unholy combination of theocracy and plutocracy that now rules this country is, in fact, enabled by dumb liberals. Many a weary liberal on the Internet and elsewhere has been involved in the tedious study of the entrails from the last election, trying to figure out where Democrats went wrong. I don't have a dog in that fight, but I can guarantee you where they're going wrong for the next election: 73 Democratic House members and 18 Democratic senators voted for that hideous bankruptcy "reform" bill that absolutely screws regular people.

And it's not just consumers who were screwed by the lobbyist-written bill. The Wall Street Journal shows small businesses are also getting the shaft, as the finance industry charges them higher and higher transaction fees. If Democrats aren't going to stand up for regular people, to hell with them.

Democrats in both the House and the Senate have been making whimpering noises recently about "compromise." Listen up, jackoffs: you can't compromise with Satan. The Republicans, with Bush as party leader, are spawns of the Devil and they are eating our babies alive as we speak.

Whatever the Republicans want, whatever, say NONONONO_ fucking_ NO.






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