Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Are Dems Too Confident About 2008 ?

No, I really don't think so, despite recent signs of life for Republicans, and articles like this. I think the Democrats could nominate a mummy and elect him (or her) President at this point. Come to think of it, a mummy would be better than any of their declared candidates so far.
But what if they are too confident ? No, I don't believe it either, but wouldn't it be such fun to watch the resulting tizzy ? Apoplexy of the Great and Good: a whole continent of liberals going "waaaaaahhhh !"
And no Bush to blame it all on. . .


louielouie said...

And no Bush to blame it all on. . .

i don't think i can agree with you on this one.
i'm currently having a hard time figuring out if the so-cal fires are a product of bush or halle berry's publicity machine.........
even though the movie has nothing to do with a fire.
when i was growing up i always heard the expression not worth a continental.
it was not until i was in high school that i learned the meaning.
i had one woman come into the store and blame bush for vetoing presidential legislation in 1998!!!!!!
my point is, i think the expression "it's bush's fault" will be around for a long long time. i just wonder if it will go away or if the liberals will use it as an excuse for every failed program they come up with.
we all know what it means to be lewinskyed, i wonder what it will mean to be "bushed" forty or fifty years from now.

louielouie said...

i can't think of a better time than now to make one of my off topic comments .............

i can't remember if EJM I makes a world series prediction or not??????
is the fix in?????
or does EJM I just wish the minions to enjoy themselves playing this one out?????

El Jefe Maximo said...

I usually leave World Serious predictions to the Heir: for fear of having my own predictions ridiculed by the Heir. . . although the games themselves are a good excuse to get out the beer, if such were needed.

I have been down on the Series of late. The Heir and I went to Game 3 of the Ciudad El Jefe Astros' World Serious appearance in 2005, a sad, sad day (and series) for local fans. Despite the team owners evident agreement with El Jefe and Iosef Vissarionovichthat management problems require certain changes in the responsible cadres the home team has of late not been up to the standard expected by El Jefe, and certainly nothing to write home to the collective farm about.

hank_F_M said...

I think the fundamentals are holding. Each party will go into the election 45%

Probably the Dems will get more than the 5% + 1 they need. If the republicans are showing 44% in Late Feb it’s over. Otherwise never underestimate the stupidity of both major parties.

I think the big hope is the new dem congress won’t toe the Hillary’s line of the day.