On Rush’s show Monday, he shared his proposed bi-partisan stimulus plan. It sounds much better than what is being discussed by the President or the Democratic Congressional leaders. Check it out here.
Update 29 January 2009:
If you missed it on the Rush Limbaugh Show, you can read his opinion piece on this plan at the WSJ. Read it here. Do you think this would be considered since the House passed their bill on party line with the exception of 11 democrats?
Courtesy of fellow WordPress blogger, coloradoright. I found this to be a really funny Ronald Reagan moment.
The Democrats aren’t the ones falling apart, the Republicans are. The Democrats can see daylight ahead. For all their fractious fighting, they’re finally resolving their central drama. Hillary Clinton will leave, and Barack Obama will deliver a stirring acceptance speech. Then hand-to-hand in the general, where they see their guy triumphing. You see it when you talk to them: They’re busy being born.
Although I do not agree with her initial sentence on the Democrats, I see both parties destroying themselves. But, I encourage you to read the piece.
The Democrats are showing what their true ambition is in running the country. Direct course to pure socialism where they are in control. This will not only destroy themselves in the end. Why? Because they will evolve into something else. In the end, it will destroy our country, too.
However, I do agree that the Republican are falling apart and seem to be morphing to another Democrat-like party. Look at who the Republicans nominated, or actually who in media help nominate, John McCain. He is no different than those running on the Democrat side.
Just look at some the recent stories about John McCain:
- McCain reaches out to liberal websites…
- The problem with McCain’s Big Vision Thing speech; Update: “I will ask Democrats to serve in my administration;” “Illegal immigration has been finally brought under control” (hahaha)
- McCain’s “climate change” tour bypasses cooler heads
- McCain and La Raza/The Race: A “serious lapse of judgment”
- John McCain gets away with his slippery, open-borders talk again
- McCain’s ‘Adaptive dishonesty’
- John McCain and the Global Warming Train
- McCain’s Gift to the Green Movement
It raises many questions on which way this country is going to go. I do not like much of the stances Mr McCain is taking on these issues. In fact, he appears to be abandon those who will be running in House and Senate seats this fall. This does not look good.
Yet, it is funny to see how the Republican party reacts to recent run-off elections as detailed in House GOP points fingers after loss at Politico.com. Don’t they how many fingers are points at themselves when they point fingers. One is pointed at some person and three (four, if count the thumb) are pointing right back at themselves. Duh!
And then our White House, does this regarding polar bears:
The Republican are more than falling apart, they left the roots that made them. Particularly those things done through the efforts of late William F Buckley, and politicians like Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan. That is articulating a conservative message. I have not left them, they left me when they fail to follow through their message.
It rings true when you see the recent Zogby Poll: 48% of Voters Dissatisfied With Candidates.
It is going to be difficult to vote this fall. But, everyone should vote. The stake is our future of our country.