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Monday, June 27, 2005

Disappointing times for conservatives

Amid the rabid words and actions of the country's left, you would think the conservatives were winning one victory over another. As the Republicans fight the Democrats with both hands tied behind their backs they are dealt one blow after another. It is difficult to tell if the Bush Administration is flailing aimlessly or is feigning the appearance of a rudderless ship to throw the other side off guard.

Generally, in recent weeks all news has been disappointing. There is the stalled Bolton nomination, the Supreme Court ruling blessing government seizure of private property for any reason they want. The recent leak that Alberto Gonzales is topping the list to replace a Supreme Court vacancy is disturbing. The disastrous appointments of Souter and Kennedy by Republicans combined with the Dem appointment of ACLU lefty Ginsberg have reaked havoc on at least 80% of decisions since.

While it is the complete lunacy of the Democrats that keeps Republicans winning elections, those victories are not producing any fruit. With less than 1.5 years until the next election, the GOP better deliver some significant items or they are in danger of the base staying home.

2 Comments:

  • At 9:10 AM, Blogger LuLu said…

    WOW! Your conservatives never stop whining, do you? Unless you win 100% of the time, life just isn't FAIR is it?

    Don't like the ruling that the government can take private property? Well, that is the administration YOU guys put in office. They don't care about true conservative values...it's all about corporate power, my good man.

    Get used to it.

     
  • At 11:49 AM, Blogger All_I_Can_Stands said…

    I would at least like to win 51% of the time, and in the arena of legislation, appointments and court decisions conservatives are far below that number.

    While this was a Supreme Court decision not the administration, based on their actions I must agree that the GOP does not care about conservative values.

    Thanks for the post!

     

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