Chavez Out-wits Democrats

23 09 2006

Filed under: Liberals, Election, Chavez

Hopefully we are all sharp enough to know that Democrats, while condemning Chavez’s “devil” comments in public, were laughing inside. But now, they are definately feeling outdone!


Six weeks before elections, the Democratic strategy for the war on terror is one part attack President Bush and one part agree with him. The goal is to court voters dissatisfied with the job the administration has done, yet avoid being tagged as soft on Osama bin Laden.

“Democrats are united behind the need to work on a bipartisan basis to bring terrorists to justice, and to do it in a manner consistent with our laws, our values and our national security,” Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid said a few hours after Bush and rebellious Republicans ended a week-long dispute and compromised on a plan for interrogating and trying terror suspects.

Democrats, primed by poll-tested advice, are projecting strength this time, determined not to let Bush and the Republicans outflank them once again.

“Welcome the national security debate and engage in it,” several top strategists advised in a recent memo. Another recommendation: “stress the seriousness of the threat and Democrats’ determination to address it using statements such as: “We need stronger tools to monitor, hunt down and kill terrorists.”

Here’s an idea that many sports teams do when it comes down to crunch time and the team needs a specialty player to ensure victory: Go get Chavez again. It’s obvious you both think along the same toilet – ‘o – ka-ka and he is much quicker and smarter than you. You need him.




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