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Is His Bark Worse than His Bite?
Friday, October 28, 2005
If he calls himself a conservative, but he walks like a dog, barks like a dog, and wags his tail like a dog, then he’s just a dog of a President. Bush Jr. has failed to learn the lessons of his father’s unpopular presidency. First, Mr. Bush Jr. slapped his conservative base by promoting another amnesty program for illegals. Currently, the minimum wage keeps Americans from doing certain jobs; not the job itself. All it takes is one entry from the border where terrorist are involved and he had nailed the lid on his party’s coffin. Second, he has allowed HUGE tax breaks for wealthy oil companies that gouge Americans at the gas pump; while continuing the oil monopoly by stifling competition and the free market system in HIS energy bill. (It’s illegal to start an oil company or an oil refinery.) Third, he ran on the platform of putting conservative judges on the courts. Then, he puts his corny, Ms. Harriet Meiers, up for a Supreme Court nomination. Few notice that the recommendation came from Harry Reid – certainly not a conservative. New information came out where she gave a speech praising the very liberal Barbara Streisand and others. Notice now the liberals are crying that the conservatives are eating their young. I remind them that SHE declined the process. She was giving due process – she had a date to meet the committee. She refused to serve her country, which I am thankful. Let me make a suggestion to Mr. Bush. Look at your last nomination, Mr. Roberts. Choose someone who has already been before Congress and the nomination process. Democrats will have a hard time barking against someone they have already voted on before, even it is a very conservative candidate. Now, he is starting to see that the conservative base that elected him can change their minds about his party. His leadership is so poor that Hillary looks like a viable candidate compared to the President we have. If we don’t house-train this dog, we will get an even worse dog in 2008.
posted by Stanley Truelove @ 10/28/2005 11:07:00 AM  
  • At 10/28/2005 11:22:00 AM, Blogger Marco Solinas said…

    The amnesty is a good thing!
    I appreciate It.

  • At 10/29/2005 06:07:00 PM, Blogger Nettie said…

    I hadn't made up my mind fully about Harriet Miers, but I have to admit, he has another chance. Hopefully we will get a solid conservative with some experience.

  • At 10/29/2005 08:27:00 PM, Blogger Jack Mercer said…

    Hi Stanley!

    Good to see you posting!

    I agree much about the Bush Administration's socialist agenda. The thing I find humorous is that the leftist bear such hatred for him they don't recognize the Administration as advancing their own agenda.


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