Surrender Monkey Friday: Forced To be Bipartisan?

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The Surrender Monkey is quite sure that Jonah Goldberg is feeling quite vindicated at this moment

Senator Judd Gregg awoke to the bad news on Thursday morning that a coalition of Democratic groups had planned to run television advertisements in his state to pressure him to support President Obama’s economic recovery plan.

Mr. Gregg, a third-term Republican from New Hampshire, is one of five Republican senators who are targets; all face re-election in 2010.

“Those groups don’t impress me,” he said in an interview. “I’m trying to participate constructively, help the new president where I can be helpful and be part of the loyal opposition where I disagree with him.”

Disagreement is not allowed in the New Order, Senator Gregg. Dissent is no longer patriotic, and will instead get you targeted by the new gestapo. Democrats cannot debate and defend their bailout recovery pork laden bill, as witnessed by what should be, to Nancy Pelosi, an embarrassing answer to a question about it. 

The Democrats and Obama do not need the Republicans to pass the mortgage your great-grandchildren’s future bill, but, they want the appearance of bipartisanship, hence, these fascist tactics. Which could turn around an bite the Democrats, as they will own the “recovery” bill if and when it fails.

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2 Responses to “Surrender Monkey Friday: Forced To be Bipartisan?”

  1. John Ryan says:

    Teach Senator Gregg is also being seriously mentioned as Obama’s pick for Sec of Commerce. And of course if offered it IS hard to turn down any request by the POTUS. Oh, an ancillary benefit would be that the next Senator would be a democrat, and would then give the Democrats the supermajority and pretty much make the republicans irrelevant now, as opposed to 2010 when they will lose another 3-6 seats in the senate.
    I love it when you have to use words like “fascism” to try and make a point, it is as lame as when people have to call someone else a nazi to validate themselves.

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