On Sunday, November 12th in Racine, I will hold my 1000th Listening Session with the people of Wisconsin. Before reaching that milestone, I want you to know that I've decided to continue my role as Wisconsin's Junior Senator in the U.S. Senate and not to seek the Democratic nomination for President in 2008.
Oh well...it's not as if President Feingold was ever going to fly.
Chess pieces are on the move after the electorate showed their preference for donkey poo over elephant dung...assuming that the election wasn't just a set-up for 2008 (which it was.)
After the fiasco the Rs have made in the Middle East, why not step back and let Dems be responsible for the miasma, then clean up in 2008 based in part on the Ds big talk against Bush's War--and their inability to affect "victory"--not something the neocons ever wanted in the first place? The GOP can even point to their "gracious" acceptance of "the people have spoken"...and how often did you hear one of them say just those Rove-inspired words?
The defeat of the Rs WAS the October Surprise morphed into a November Surprise, as it will turn out. The lost Rs can now reconnoiter and help the Party for the presidential election, and with their own scandals largely forgotten--they hope--by 2008.
The American people have a short memory, the pundits love to say, and to some degree they are correct.
So was the Dem Party that gullible? They wanted the prize but the prize is a dud...and most are in choots with the globalist agenda...a good example being Joe Lieberman. John Conyers has turned tail--or shown his secret colors--who knows which?
Was a little sumpin'sumpin' uncovered to back him down from his hold Bush accountable stance/Impeach the dastard campaign? Guess all those newsletters and petitions I received from Conyers were the usual smokey mirrors.
And so I reassert that the gracious acceptance of the lost Republicans was as believable as a man in a Howard-the-Duck suit onscreen--puh! Absurd theater, dahling. No more than political cover for the war-mongering, pocket-lining, globalist-fronting patooties of Washington.
ACT II, where SO'W Retreats to Mockery Zone:
Now preparing to post a new limerick from Mr.A.Cat on Bush's purchase of 100,000 acres of land in northern Paraguay in preparation for his great escape.
You may wish to investigate at Lim's Limericks but at your own peril, mind, for limericks may be dangerous to your equilibrium and ill-humored ones bad for your eyesight.
And please remember that lame duck droppings make pungent fertilizer too.
Here's a note from LegitGov.org:
Beware: George Bush's secret agents can now arrest us in our own country By Alun Jones QC, lawyer of the NatWest Three 11 Nov 2006 The Government last week cravenly surrendered control of the independence of our criminal justice system to the United States. It rejected a final chance to make two key amendments to the Extradition Act 2003 - a dereliction of duty that means American secret agents can now arrest us in our own country. #
The noose is tightening...
tags: Russ Feingold Bush Paraguay Land Purchase Political Astrology