Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Bush's Divisive Chants

"... the Democrat approach in Iraq comes down to this: The terrorists win and America loses.... "

Divisive words chanted by "I'm a Uniter, Not a Divider" Bush at his campaigning pep rallies, the latest fittingly in Sugar Land, TX, where the former GOP House majority leader "The Hammer" DeLay's seat is up for grabs after he slunk off amid the Abramoff scandal.

"Faced with potential GOP defeat in both chambers, Bush and Cheney aimed to avert that by convincing voters that they cannot risk giving the opposition party any power in Washington." (WaPo)

You've got to hand it to them, they say this with a straight face. Power, they mean the power of the GOP majority Congress which is on the line in November.

The record. The Bush administration and GOP Congress "....have abdicated their oversight responsibilities mandated by the Constitution, enacted a conscious policy of massive borrowing and unrestrained spending, and installed a host of semipermanent mechanisms for transferring legislative power to commercial interests...", not to mention their terrorist-friendly "open door policy" on our border with Mexico, and misleading the country into the quicksand of the lose-lose Iraq war.

The Decider wants to hold on to his dictatorial, unprincipled power. While he leads the anti-Democrat cheers from GOP hand-selected-attendees at his pep rallies, the silent majority.... the middle-class.... suffers under his "my way or the highway" approach to governing.

The silent majority can roar in November.... VOTE!

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