Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Senate GOP = Eunuchs At An Orgy

With the big-spending, socialist economic plans, as well as the appeasement foreign policy of the Obama-led Democrat government, I find myself wondering...

Where is the leadership in Congress to stop it?

The answer is, sadly, there's not much of it.

Michelle Malkin notes that, today, with questions of ethics problems surrounding the nomination of Hillary Rotten Clinton as Secretary of State, the GOP Senators sat on their hands.

Even worse news is that the gun-grabbing, defender of FALN terrorist pardons Eric Holder has the support of....

Ted Kennedy's designated driver, Orrin Hatch (MM again).
The former Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee will support Eric Holder’s nomination for attorney general, giving him a major boost toward confirmation.

Sen. Orrin Hatch (Utah), who chaired the panel for a decade beginning in 1995, told The Hill that he will support Holder.

“I intend to,” said Hatch.

...Hatch said that Republicans should try to strike a cooperative tone with President-elect Obama during the first days of his administration.

“I start with the premise that the president deserves the benefit of the doubt. I don’t think politics should be played with the attorney general,” he said.

“I like Barack Obama and want to help him if I can.”

I think I wanna throw up.

RedState.com has a list of 12 examples of how Mitch McConnell (who barely won a re-election fight in November) has "Lost His Testicles and Now Infects the Senate GOP With A Cancer."

It appears almost the Senate GOP has become eunuchs at an orgy, unwilling to stand up for the principles of limited government, free enterprise, and the principles this nation was founded on. Compare that with the relentless, frothing, divisive, mean-spirited attacks toward any nomination made by President Bush in the past eight years by Democrats.

You'd think two losing election cycles would have taught them a lesson. No, they're back to rewriting the textbook on how to lose an election cycle.

Just when the country needs leadership most.

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