Thursday, October 05, 2006

The October surprise?

Karl Rove promised an October surprise. Is the Rep. Foley (R) issue that surprise? Was this what was planned to keep the conversation going into the elections off Iraq? Is Karl Rove going to smile as somehow he leaked this Foley story out while all along they had known this for the past 3 years?

While Karl Rove is smart, he isn't that smart (or stupid either). This group of politicians can't get rebuilding New Orleans right, nor can they get rebuilding Iraq right. So don't plan on this disaster working out right for them, no matter how confident you are in the abilities of mastermind Karl Rove.

But that begs the question, where's the October surprise that Rove promised? It can't be that this month in Iraq has led to the highest number of American service personnel killed in Iraq. In just 4 days 21 of our brave men and women have died. Pray for their families who have lost a love one. And pray we get out of Iraq sooner rather than later.

But where's that promised surprise?


Blogger REB 84 said...

Let's not worry too much about Rove. Sometimes the best defense is a good offense.

With their record on organized labor, taxation, war, the environment, and hypocrisy it is time to give neo-cons a new title. Democratic leaning independents are know as progressives. These people are their polar opposites. Therefore, they are Regressives.

Do you have any other ideas?

"Priorities ... Priorities ... We don't need no stink'n priorities!"

Its amazing how the American media works. We have lost at least eighteen more American service people during the first few days of October and Shiite Iraqi death squads are conducting small scale ethnic cleansing.

So, what are all the talking heads and politicians focused on? Surprise! Its another sex scandal. And it wasn't even real sex.

Florida Republican Rep. Mark Foley's instant message records indicate he is a dude who gets off on fantasy cyber sex with teenaged boys. I believe this is the first virtual sex scandal in Washington DC political history.

Back here in the real world, American men and women are killed, maimed and scarred, both physically and emotionally every day. War is hell. Finally, the mainstream media is beginning to support our troops by speaking the truth about their sacrifices. more

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