Tuesday, November 23, 2004



If the Democrats were in control of Congress and failed to pass the intelligence reform bill (prompted by a report from a commission that Bush and Cheney fought but have since flip-flopped in favor of this "extremely important" legislation), the Republicans would raise a loud noise about how liberals are weak on defense. In fact, it was DeLay that said Democrats put more importance on winning the White House than on defense of our nation. DeLay, with all his managerial skills and great political talent, it appears, is a limp leader.

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