And they say Democrats don't have new ideas
I recently made a comment on D.K.'s blog that I'd rather be a tax and spend liberal than a credit card conservative. Well now the Republicans in Congress are now facing a dilemma, "How in the are we going to pay for this mess in Iraq and the Gulfcoast without raising taxes and cutting such favorite pork barrel projects like missile defense and bridges to nowhere in Alaska?" The answer is you can't. Something has to give, and I believe the rich need to pay more in taxes.
Oh yeah, on Rick Santorum
One indicator many Republicans are watching to gauge whether Bush is becoming a liability for the party is in Pennsylvania, where Rick Santorum, the No. 3 Republican in the Senate, is trailing state treasurer Bob Casey Jr. by double digits.
Asked whether Bush's problems were a factor in his slump, Santorum responded, "That may be."
The fact that he wrote a book attacking working mothers as selfish, and welfare mothers as lazy and he thinks that life is a 1950s TV show has nothing to with it. Right?