The Defeatocrats Big Plan

After 6 years of whining about President Bush, and 12 of the GOP controlled House, this is the best the Democrats can come up with 6 months out from the November elections (from the Washington Post):

Democratic leaders, increasingly confident they will seize control of the House in November, are laying plans for a legislative blitz during their first week in power that would raise the minimum wage, roll back parts of the Republican prescription drug law, implement homeland security measures and reinstate lapsed budget deficit controls.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) said in an interview last week that a Democratic House would launch a series of investigations of the Bush administration, beginning with the White House’s first-term energy task force and probably including the use of intelligence in the run-up to the invasion of Iraq. Pelosi denied Republican allegations that a Democratic House would move quickly to impeach President Bush. But, she said of the planned investigations, “You never know where it leads to.”

Regarding paragraph one, the article includes no specifics, nor can any be found at the standard Democrat websites. It puts me in mind of their so called “Real Security” plan, which offers lots of pandering and patronizing, but no detail. Nor have they even attempted to implement any of it. Slapping a cop and undermining the troops doesn’t count.

Nor will you get any detail, nor action other then their basics: raise taxes, spend worse then the GOP has, and, as paragraph 2 points out, attempt to impeach President Bush. The Defeatocrats can pussy foot around it, but that is their primary only agenda. And the Islamofascists will be laughing all the way to the next attack on US soil.

Others: Blogs For Bush, Captain’s Quarters.

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