Yet our representatives in Congress, Democrats and Republicans alike, refuse to impeach this criminal regime. Where does that leave the rest of us?
If stalling is a viable strategy, why be surprised that some Dems are even promoting LOSING as a winning prospect? Really. Last week Tony Coelho told Adam Nagourney that NOT gaining majorities in the House and Senate might be better for Democrats, since then they won’t be blamed for the mess the country is in.
“The most politically advantageous thing for the Democrats is to pick up 11, 12 seats in the House and three or four seats in the Senate but let the Republicans continue to be responsible for government,” Coelho, a former House Democratic whip, told the Times. “We are heading into this period of tremendous deficit, plus all the scandals, plus all the programs that have been cut. This way, they get blamed for everything.”
No wonder the punks always lose. They WANT to lose!
This 40-minute video clip is a no holds barred attack on the spineless Democratic Party leadership that voices the reasons many of us feel the Dems are hopeless. It’s good stuff.
Take the time to check it out. – Nadir
From the Huffington Post:
Wesley Clark, Jr. was an integral part of his dad’s presidential campaign in 2004, and in his appearance on The Young Turks today unloaded on the entire Democratic Party establishment.
He names names, calls out specific Democratic consultants that worked on the Wesley Clark campaign and goes after the party leadership.
His criticism of the Democrats is only matched by his blistering attack against the Republican Party. His story on how John McCain acts in private is devastating.
He also goes after Bob Shrum, Joe Lieberman, James Carville and even some bloggers on Daily Kos. No one is spared, including me at the end. If you’re faint of heart, don’t watch this clip. And I’m also warning you ahead of time, if you are offended by foul language — do not watch this.
But if you want to see someone who pulls absolutely no punches and speaks with no fear, check out Wes Clark in this video clip:
Despite the fact that the entire world wants the Bush regime out of office, the Democratic Party balks at the prospect of impeachment.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of San Francisco has told her caucus that the idea of impeaching President Bush isn’t in the cards if the party takes over the House in November’s elections.
Pelosi, who Republicans have charged intends to lead an impeachment effort, dismissed the idea when she spoke Wednesday morning at a closed-door caucus of the House’s 201 Democrats. Pelosi also restated her opposition to the idea of censuring Bush over his decision to invade Iraq in March 2003. [Read more…]