Mike the Mad Biologist

Over at Hullabaloo, I found this great list of suggested slogans for congressional Democrats:

Congressional Democrats:
“We’d stand up for you, but it didn’t focus group well.”

Congressional Democrats:
“We’d stand up for you, but they’d call us bad names.”

Congressional Democrats:
“If we won’t stand up to Bush, what makes you think we’d ever stand up for you?”

Congressional Democrats:
“If we won’t stand up for the Constitution, what makes you think we’d ever stand up for you?”

Congressional Democrats:
“Sure we’re cowards, but you don’t have any other choice.”

Congressional Democrats:
“We promise to fight for you next time.”

Congressional Democrats:
“Please, don’t hurt us!”

Congressional Democrats:
“We’d stand up for you, but our consultant didn’t think it was a good idea.”

Congressional Democrats:
“We’d stand up for you, but you’ll vote for us even if we don’t so it’s not worth our time”

Congressional Democrats:
“We take your votes for granted.”

If they can’t go after a president with a 28% approval rating, whom can they go after? Pathetic.

Comments

  1. #1 natural cynic
    July 6, 2007

    News item: “107 New Secret Service Agents to be Hired to Protect Bush Once he Leaves Office”.

    My question: Do we really need that many new prison guards?

  2. #2 The Ridger
    July 6, 2007

    You know, they don’t actually have a majority in the Senate, let alone a veto-proof one.

  3. #3 Mike Haubrich, FCD
    July 6, 2007

    Ridger -

    I think that at the least they should be using their power of subpoena to seriously investigate this adminstration. They don’t need to override vetos, all they need is majority and will.

    That being said, I don’t know why anyone thought that the country would magically change with the turn over of power in the House and Senate. Once we get the presidency, then things will start moving.

  4. #4 vedat
    August 8, 2009

    very thanks for article

  5. #5 yurek
    August 25, 2009

    very thanks

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