Wednesday, May 21, 2008

A Mother-May-I Future

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Whose permission would he ask? If no one else on earth felt so constrained, it would make us marks of the world... (Hey, someone go get him a Malaise Sweater... all those teeth are starting to chatter.) In Jimmah Bama's world, there will be no such thing as 'the fruits of our labors'.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jimmy Carter gave us Ronald Reagan, who might not have been elected if Jimmy hadn't been as bad as he was. Carter didn't just stink, he reeked.

If elected, maybe Obama will pave the say for a genuine conservative to take over once again.

Both the Bushes flopped badly and have set the country back to pre-Reagan era levels of malaise. So the country is ripe for a demagogic personality like Obama.

Too bad, but if Republicans had acted like Republicans, instead of like Democrats, we wouldn't be in this fix.

When leaders fail to lead, something always rushes in to fill the void.

1:37 PM  
Blogger VerityINK said...

Yes. We may have to bite the bullet on this one and hope it paves the way for better (conservative) things.

Also--Bammie and LiL' Miss don't seem to realize that, if they mess it up too badly, they'll not only scoth the next election cycle, but the chances for a black or female president for a long time to come.

Bammie might get the usual slide-by blacks often get, but the good ol' boys will use any failure on Hillary's part to say 'women weren't never fit to be president, anyhow'.

3:22 PM  
Blogger The Merry Widow said...

It takes a woman of the stature and principles of a Lady Margaret Thatcher...and the hill ain't no Margaret Thatcher!
Nature abhors a vacuum.
Hi, Donal! How's it going?

tmw

5:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"If elected, maybe Obama will pave the say for a genuine conservative to take over once again."

I liked your post anon, BUT the damge done by a socialist like Obama or Hillary is difficult to undo. When's the last time you saw Congress get RID of a miserable socialist program?

Morgan

3:16 AM  

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