This is really funny. Oh, Happy New Year, by the way.
Democrats continue to make desperate attempts to make the case that Bush and his administration have done something-ANYTHING-wrong. Hell, it doesn't seem to matter what the accusation is, in this case his AG-nominee is a war criminal, just as long as they can make scurrilous allegations they'll feel as if they are engaged in the nation's business.
Democrats are actually trying to argue that Alberto Gonzales is a war criminal because he dared to conclude that terrorists are not soldiers and as such do not qualify to receive the benefits accorded under the Geneva Conventions. So again, Democrats are willingly putting themselves on the side of the terrorists, the very people who attacked us on 9/11/01 and who are continually attempting to attack us today.
It's fun watching the dim-witted Dems run around in circles trying to make Bush look bad and all they ever accomplish is making themselves look more and more foolish. As much as I'd like the Democrats to grow up, move on and accept reality, it's just too much fun watching them self destruct. I hope they keep making asses out of themselves. It's just so rich.
Of course, the big irrational fear of the Left is that if a Conservative Latino like Gonzales becomes Attorney General, the Hispanic voting bloc will forever cease being a Democratic core constituency.
Henry Cisneros, a member of Clinton's cabinet and former mayor of San Antonio, penned a ringing endorsement of Gonzales this morning in the WSJ. He spoke of the pride Hispanics nationwide feel about the possibility that a Hispanic could become the top advisor to the President of the United States.
Let the grilling begin...
Did you hear about Barbara Boxer? Yes the Senator from my home state of California is planning to challenge the vote certification of Bush's re-election, something that hasn't happened in 36 years. New Senate Minority leader Harry Reid of Nevada reportedly had a meltdown when the news of Boxer's plan leaked out, and for good reason. As the Liar-in-Chief for the Democrats, he should at least appear to be bi-partisan until February.
There are three House Democrats--Jesse Jackson (IL), John Conyers (MI), Stephanie Tubbs Jones (OH)--who might join with Boxer in offering objections to certifying the vote, which would then force the Senate and the House to return to their chambers to discuss the objections. Two hours--TWO HOURS--is given to each state.
Way to conduct the nation's business!
Would it be an exaggeration for me to to say that the Democrats are sore losers? Is it too much to say that they act like children, playing games, being crybabies and expressing disdain for the decision of 62 million Americans?
I didn't think so.