Friday, January 05, 2007

Should The GOP's Policies be Reversed?

Is there any question whether or not the multitude of BushCo's monsterous policy decsions, ignorance of fact, and shredding of constitutional rights and freedoms needs to be changed? The New York Times explores this question while my blood boils. Read it here.


Broadway Carl said...

Hi Hope,

I think (hope) the Dems will start reversing some of these policies after the "first 100 hours". If they introduce pay-as-you-go, then they'll have to at least roll back the tax cuts tothe wealthy to make it work. Otherwise, it's all lip service. And I'd like to think that they know they're on thin ice.
I also heard Pelosi say that they'd pay for new energy source research from the money they'll be getting back from Big Oil's previous breaks.

Also thought you'd like to see a comment posted on one of my posts. I've responded to it and thought you might like to take a little frustration out yourself.

op99 said...

Could the "news analysis" you cire possibly have been more GOP biased without actually becoming Fox News?

They can spend their energy trying to reverse what they see as the flaws of the Bush administration and a dozen years in which conservative philosophy dominated Congress. Or they can accept the rightward tilt of that period and grudgingly concede that big tax cuts, deregulation, restrictions on abortion and other Republican-inspired changes are now a permanent part of the legislative framework.

Talk about your false dichotomies.

op99 said...

"you cite"

HopeSpringsATurtle said...

No shit Op. Then you have McCain calling the NYT a "Communist paper". I'm so damn sick of being lied to I can't stand it. I believe the new force to reckon with will be the internet. It will be the communication base of "the new revolution". Thanks as always coming by and commenting.

op99 said...

Hope, no, thank YOU for giving me something to think about every day.

Mary said...

Maybe someone can point out to McCain that "commie NYT reporter" Judy Miller is going to be testifying the the Republican "lies and the lying liars who tell them" trial about how she planted cherrypicked info in her stories to bolster the administration.