Wednesday, November 08, 2006

The Gift That Keeps on Giving

From this morning's e-mail box:

Happy birthday, Sandy. And it looks at this point that Democrats may pull off the Senate as well as the House -- A birthday present?


It's just what I wanted!
Dem. control goes with everything in my closet!
And it's something I can use every day for the next two years...
(... when I will be turning 51 and expecting an even better present:
a Democrat in the White House.)



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy birthday, Sandy. Better enjoy it while you can. A couple of years of House Speaker Pelosi will probably relegate the dems to another decade of obscurity. This election could actually be good for the Republicans in the next election.


9:31 AM  
Blogger Lucinda said...

I will.
Just the way a decade of Republican fumbling and corruption was enough to convince Americans that it was time for the adults to take charge again.

9:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and the bush says he and don rumsfeld need new approaches and his resignation has NOTHING to do with the election.
Male cow excrement!
end of political comment unless something else moves me.

2:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It may have something to do with the election but the fact he had a replacement in the wings SCreams that it was in the works ! Oh, and like the Dems aren't corrupt. We need new parties and new ideas from both sides.

9:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

didn't say it wasn't in the works in my comment now, did I? And you are correct about corruption on both sides but it gets worse, of course, when you are in power. Third partys haven't succeeded yet --closest are the Libs, I guess (too bad they appear as "lib" on the ballot because folks think that means liberal -- which in some respects they are and in others, not)
And we DO have a new judge. let's hope for the best.
other nancy m

9:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Democrats won for the same reason the Republicans lost - they both strayed from their base. The Dems won by running as conservative democrats, and the republican base was sending a message to republicans that they'd better start acting like conservatives.

Anyone who thinks the war had anything to do with this election will have to explain pro-war democrat, Joe Lieberman's win over anti-war far-leftie, Ned Lamont.

Anyone who bought into Nancy Pelosi's selling of the Republican "Culture of Corruption," has to be shaking their head over her failed attempt to promote Abscam Murtha and her current support for placing an impeached for bribe conspiracy in charge of national security??!!! Yeah, that will work towards trusting Dems with the White House in '08. NOT! ;)

4:54 PM  

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