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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Laureatus est rectus

MONROVIA, Liberia -- First lady Laura Bush yesterday rejected Democratic claims that Republicans are mired in a "culture of corruption" and said she'd be "glad" to campaign for Republican candidates in the fall[...]

Let me be honest here...I myself have been a bit concerned about perceived Republican scandals. As I said in a letter to Canada Free Press owner Judi McLeod (before she betrayed me):

One thing that concerns me about the elections this year Judi, is corruption. I don't know if you've been closely following, but we've had this corrupt Jew, Jack Abramoff, do a lot of bad things with some money. It looks like he misled a lot of good politicians, too, like Tom DeLay. Now they are taking the fall, and I am worried that people think that the Republicans are no longer the party of honesty and integrity. As a religious person, integrity is extremely important to me[...]

But if Laura says they are not corrupt, then it is settled! The Democrats are trying to fool the voting populace about what is truly a bi-partisan scandal.

Laura has more wisdom as well:

Mrs. Bush also said she was "disappointed" in Democrats for trying to delay a vote on President Bush's nomination of Judge Samuel A. Alito Jr. for the Supreme Court because it would further postpone retirement for Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
"I'm disappointed about that," Mrs. Bush said. "I know Sandra Day O'Connor would like to retire.
"She stayed longer because the president asked her to when he nominated John Roberts for chief justice," the first lady added. "And I think it just would serve the country better if [Judge Alito] can go ahead and be voted on, up and down, and then assume the job[...]"
Democrats questioned Judge Alito so aggressively last week that his wife, Martha, broke into tears and left the committee room Wednesday for more than an hour. Mrs. Bush, who called Mrs. Alito and urged her to "hang in there," made it clear yesterday that she disapproved of the rough hearings.

Exactly, Laura. Sandra Day O'Connor is just a sweet old lady, and a Catholic, who wants to retire, but the Democrats are so mean, they don't care. And Sammy Alito: just because he was Italian, and Catholic, the Democrats asked him so many questions that his sweet little wife cried. What kind of cruel, mean, judeo-secular political party would do that?

You keep on speaking the Truth, Laura!


Blogger elizabeth said...

Hey anti-mel,

I think you have a serious personality disorder. Maybe you should see a therapist.

Hey Bruce Coyle and Joe,
I took your advice and signed up for my own blog. I don't really know much about how to do it yet but I'm learning.
Hope to see you and anyone else reading this there!

8:45 AM  
Blogger A Christian Prophet said...

Prayers for Democrats and Republicans to look inside and be honest with themselves would be valuable prayers. The Holy Spirit's messages on The Holy Inheritance blog call for total honesty if we want to see peace on earth and goodwill toward each other.

12:16 PM  
Anonymous cheney08 said...

Obviously there are some people in here who are not too fond of our First Lady. The blame our first lady first crowd. Go figure.

4:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Elizabeth, what's the name of the bloG?

7:22 PM  
Blogger Mel said...

Bruce, click on Elizabeth's name. That will take you to her blog.

7:54 PM  
Blogger joe said...

I think Laura is mostly right, the republicans arent mired in a culture of corruption, Government is mired in a culture of corruption.
I'm sure there are some good people in every party, but there sure aint many.

Most of them are pathetically weak willed or worse, controlled or beholden to corporate interests.

Almost none of the issues brought up lately have anything to do with republicans or democrats, they have to do with corruption, and the repeated lies and obfuscations by those currenty in power simply point out that corruption.

As for the whole crying Martha situation it is nothing but more misdirection. She didnt cry while her husband was grilled by mean ole dems, she cried when Sen Graham said, "I've lost my notes." The poor woman must really care about organization.

Oh and Mel, might want to carefully check your wording on that last paragraph... The irony is so thinck I can barely read it

10:14 PM  
Blogger joe said...

ehh make that *thick*

traitorous fingers

12:42 AM  
Anonymous haeuptling aberja said...

look, it's more than simple--it's self evident: money corrupts. if we took all the money out of politics (public campaign financing) and we took the rights of personhood away from corporations (a true abomination!) and then we made voting mandatory (including ex-felons--why do the euros have such low recidivism?) and then we took 1/1000th of the defense budget and poured it into sputnik-reaction speed public education (coupled with a manhattan project on alternative energy, we would then have the luxury of debating social, ethical amd moral issues. we would be (for the first time)free. right now, we're as mired and constricted in the dung of history as the peasant oxcart we (maybe) figuratively push

12:00 PM  

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