posted by David Donnelly at
I can't believe I have been so naive. For the last week or so, I have had this eerie feeling like DeLay was falling on his sword. Being tripped is more like it. Bush's Brain is such a scary place. If antone is interested, I posted a tribute song to The Hammer on my blog today. Check it out. http://beastsbelly.blogspot.com/
By stc, at 11:12 PM
Karl Rove may be clever, but he's not the brightest crayon in the box. Getting rid of Tom DeLay would be in every way good for the Democrats, and doing so is likely to add flames to the fire of civil war that is developing within the Republican party.Many Republicans are waking up with the rest of America. Tom DeLay is a Christian extremist; there's not much difference between that and an Islamic extremist. There's no practical difference between pushing a zealous Baptist agenda and pushing a zealous Sunni agenda. Rove and Co. better fix social security quick before everybody realizes that.Lest anyone forget this too, Tom DeLay was one of the cadre of angry Republicans who went after Clinton in the late 90s. Has anyone ever considered what Clinton might have been able to accomplish had he not been defending his privacy for the last years of his glorious tenure? At least Democrats don't go on religious crusades against Republicans, but they are catalyzing their own undoing right now.
By Anonymous, at 8:22 AM
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