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Friday, November 10, 2006

Hubris Comes Home to Roost

It seems as thought the American Public has finally gotten wise to the name calling, smear campaigns, fear mongering, and corruption of the Neo-Con Cabal, and has chosen to re-assess the direction this country is heading. Although I am appalled at the amount of time it has taken for these seamy truths to become self evident, I am nevertheless glad that a new day dawns - lending credence to the adage Give 'em Enough Rope...

Lest anyone believe that I will afford the Democrats any more gratuitous leniency than I have the GOP, rest assured that I will be scrutinizing their behaviour as intensely as I have all others for the last 30 years. As the exceptional Republican Abraham Lincoln's bromide declares, "You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time." Apparently not, but it's a close call.

And in an ironic spate of recompense for the wholesale vacation of all programs empathetic, it now appears that many of the enablers of this fading administration will be facing fates similar to what much of the populace has endured for the last decade. K-Street isn't looking very friendly towards these fresh outcasts, and the social programs they so vehemently demeaned are likely beginning to look attractive to these self-same detractors. I guess it's a good thing (for them) that mercy has not entirely been relegated to their dust bin of vile, unworkable social programs.

"Information is the currency of democracy." - Thomas Jefferson

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