October 04, 2005

My response

So Miers is the choice, eh? Glad to hear it; now I don't have to worry about voting for a Republican in the 2006 elections. Not that I'll end up voting for a Democrat. Even here in the Old Dominion, a reasonable Democrat is pretty rare. A write-in vote for Mickey Mouse is always an option, though.

Many people, myself included, choked on the ridiculous spending during the 2005 campaign, but supported Bush for one of two reasons, maybe both:

1) the War on Terror
2) putting another conservative on the SCOTUS bench

Bush's selection of Miers is probably going to send the Republicans back into minority status. If the combination of a Republican President and Senate aren't sufficient to put a strict constructionist on the bench, many conservatives and libertarians are going to watch reruns of Cop Rock on election day.

By the way, would someone please tell Hugh Hewitt to stop acting like a know-it-all grandfather, lecturing to woefully ignorant children? I like Hugh. He's a smart guy, and a tremendous asset to the Republican party. But his 3 monkey Republicanism has worn pretty thin. Sometimes, it's required to See and Say evil about your party.

Update: BWAHAHA!

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1 welcome back

Posted by: caltechgirl at October 04, 2005 07:05 PM (WfvM0)

2 Thanks. It's good to be back.

Posted by: physics geek at October 04, 2005 09:46 PM (DAgzB)

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