Friday, August 11, 2006

An election. It's only an election:
  • Charles Krauthammer: "In the short run, as in the Vietnam days, there will be 'success"' a purging of hawkish Democrats like Joe Lieberman."
  • Dick Cheney: "... what it says about the direction the party appears to be heading in when they, in effect, purge a man like Joe Lieberman ..."
  • James Glassman: "Angry donkeys in Connecticut have purged one of their most popular leaders ..."


Re, the upcoming campaign: I would like to suggest to everyone here that they visit: and that they fight for the repeal of the assault weapons ban.

In fact, strategically, I think that this would be a huge winner (vote-wise) for our Democratic representatives to adopt as a centerpiece of their campaigns! I urge all of you to learn as much as you can about these firearms and to purchase as many of them as you can. You should also join the NRA (and be certain to inform them that you're a staunch Democrat) and begin visiting your local gun ranges along with taking courses in the use and maintenance of firearms.

Hopefully, after we overturn this ban we can begin working on the ban on automatic weapons (also referred to as "machine guns") so that the average citizen can be appropriately prepared to fight "terrorism" wherever we find it. Help me make this a major liberal cause!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/11/2006 2:12 PM  

good luck with that

By Blogger Tinfoil Hat Boy, at 8/11/2006 7:38 PM  

Even Joe's supporters can't help relating him to vomit.

Yes, good luck with that.

By Blogger granny, at 8/11/2006 9:22 PM in the Vietnam days, there will be 'success"' a purging of hawkish Democrats...

Like Sen. Ernest Gruening, who lost a primary election in 1968 (but ran a write-in campaign anyway!)? Nope, can't be him, because he was one of the two votes *against* the Gulf of Tonkin resolution.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8/11/2006 9:39 PM  

This looks like the casting for remakes of "The Three Stooges." Guess which one will play Curley?

By Blogger Shag from Brookline, at 8/12/2006 3:20 AM  

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