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Wow – this sounds familiar May 15, 2006

Posted by RepublicanWitch in Uncategorized.
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From On Tap:

My husband sounds just like Angry-GOP-grassroot-voter. And he won't listen to reason either.

I humbly submit some angry voters may not be seeing the forest for the trees…

by: Jim Geraghty on May 12, 2006 – 9:20 am

Permit me to offer a meaner, less civil version of an argument I put forth on TKS recently:

Angry GOP grassroot voter: I’m mad as hell at the Republicans in office! They’re terrible on immigration and spending! I’m staying home this year to teach them a lesson!

Jim: You realize that there’s absolutely no chance that a Democratic-controlled Congress will seriously crack down on illegal immigration.

Angry GOP grassroot voter: Yes, but I’m really angry!

Jim: And you realize that despite your dreams of a paralyzing gridlock, there’s almost no chance that a Democratic-controlled Congress would spend less than a Republican one?

Angry GOP grassroot voter: Yes, but I’m really angry!

Jim: And you realize that putting Robert Byrd in charge of the appropriations committee to fight pork and earmarks is like putting Bill Clinton in charge of babysitting your hot teenage daughter?

Angry GOP grassroot voter: Yes, but I’m really angry!

Jim: And you realize that the Democrats’ first order of business in the House would be impeaching Bush and Cheney simultaneously?

Angry GOP grassroot voter: Yes, but I’m really angry!

Jim: And you realize that any future Supreme Court nominees until at least January 2009 would be whiny moderates who “grow” into liberals once they’re on the Court?

Angry GOP grassroot voter: Yes, but I’m really angry!

Jim: And you realize that the proper stance in the war on terror and/or Iran under Speaker Pelosi is to put your head between your legs and kiss your ass goodbye?

Angry GOP grassroot voter: Yes, but I’m really angry!

Jim: And you realize that you’re also kinda retarded.

Read the rest…

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1. RememberSekhmet? - May 16, 2006

And the Angry Republicans would be the first to , if Bush were impeached, the War on Terror were de-funded, and the tax cuts were revoked, holler—–“But, but but—what about gridlock?


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