Lest We Forget

“Impeachment is off the table,” said Pelosi, D-Calif. “Democrats are not about getting even. Democrats are about helping people get ahead.”

She used the word “bipartisan” at least eight times in her few minutes before the media, and said that she had promised the president that she would cooperate with him as much as possible.

Two days after the 2006 midterms, Bill Myers, National Examiner, November 09, 2006

(Also at Out Of Iraq Bloggers Caucus and in Orange)

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    • Edger on May 24, 2008 at 6:29 pm
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    We won’t forget.

  1. but in a different way!

  2. of a picture being with a thousand words.

    Thanks Edger.

    • Alma on May 24, 2008 at 7:13 pm

    to be very OPOLesque.  

    Really good job Edger. You captured the horror of their unholy union.

    • kj on May 24, 2008 at 8:00 pm

    showing Nancy and Newt (of all people!) sitting on a bench talking about something.  now, i haven’t watched a commercial since 2000, when we got our first Tivo.  but my husband stops and plays this one every time he scans it, just to yell, i think, it pisses him off so much.  🙂

    • kj on May 24, 2008 at 8:02 pm

    i just keep fantasizing about sending Nancy a really nice Buddha statue, something in jade, you know, expensive and hand carved. just because of the comment she made that you link here often, Edger.

    trouble is, i can’t afford the gesture.  so i mentally send her a Buddha.  

  3. circulated on the streets.  

    The very worst thing that could have happened was for Ms. Pelosi to take impeachment off the table, thus creating an aire of overall impotence by Dems — and empowering Bush, even more so, with his aggressions with no need for concern of repercussion whatsoever!

    I consider it depraved on Ms. Pelosi’s part — NO, I WON’T FORGET!

  4. Just watched one segment of last night’s Bill Moyers Journal and it’s a killer:

    http://www.pbs.org/moyers/jour

    In about ten minutes, he recaps Bu$hco corruption with his usual erudition.  Most of us know most of the cases Moyers recaps; but it’s an excellent segment, and as he heaps one case of malfeasance on top of the other, it is a damning condemnation of our government (not) at work.

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