Wednesday, September 07, 2005


"Republican Hypocrisy" Is Redundant

RNC head Ken Mehlman says

"During times like these, there is no room for politics and partisanship."
He needs to call Grover Norquist and tell him that:
Grover Norquist, the conservative activist with close ties to Karl Rove, blamed the chaos on "looting in a Democratic city run by a Democratic mayor and a Democratic governor."
Or maybe somebody need to call Ken Mehlman and remind him of his own words. While Dr. Dean sent was encouraging everybody on the DNC's email list to support the relief efforts for victims of the hurricane, Mr. Mehlman was encouraging Republicans to support repeal of the estate tax.
You lib crybabies are all the same. Why don't you actually do something instead of waiting around for a hurricane to come along and give you something to whine and cry about.
Normally, I'd just delete crap like the above.

But let's leave it as a memorial to the people who left the levees unrepaired, left the poor of New Orleans to drown, and sent the survivors to what looks a whole lot like concentration camps.

Even as those same brainless, heartless, soul-dead people had their president beg for relief aid from Third World, liberals took the storm battered into their homes and churches and paid disaster relief that this president will never pay for because the wealthy need the Estate Tax repealed.

People who post crap like the brave Mr. Anonymous have embraced The Lie so tightly they will very likely go to Hell with their arms wrapped around it.
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