You Say You Got A Real Solution?

(noon. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

Well, you know

We’d all love to see the plan

You ask me for a contribution

Well, you know

We’re all doing what we can…

I would hope that somehow the Democrats will learn a lesson from knowing they are going to take a serious beating in November, and do something about it.

They have 8 months to get the progressive and independent votes back.

Plenty of time to create and pass some useful legislation, like a universal single payer HCR bill, and plenty of time to charge, try and begin prosecution of Bush, Cheney, and the rest of the war criminals.

Why, I bet they could even get away with not prosecuting Obama as an accessory after the fact, as long as they prosecute the others, and defund the wars and start REALLY getting out of Afghanistan and Iraq.

And plenty of time to charge, try and prosecute Paulsen, Geithner, Bernanke, and Lloyd Blankfein, and the upper management of AIG, and break up Goldman Sachs.

If they do these things in the next few months they can win November with landslides, and Obama might even win a second term two years down the road.

Making Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac public utilities would be icing on the cake.

Otherwise they are toast. And apparently republicans are worse. Somehow (scratches head in puzzlement).


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    • Edger on March 6, 2010 at 14:51

    All they need is the desire to not be immolated in November.

    They should know by now that no amount of corporate contributions are going to do them any damn good at all, without the votes they need.

    After all, they’re Democrats, and they’re not stupid, right?

  1. I don’t see an end to it ever. It just keeps looping back onto itself.

    Time to veer off into the open field and see what’s out there for picking.

  2. At times, you are the ultra-radical.

    Then here, you are giving the Democrats a warning that they will not read, and would not heed if they would read.  And pointing out that the masses will punish them in November.   Which will not change them one whit.  Not much different from Chris Bowers on one of his (few) better days.

    At some point, you’ve got to engage a plan of organization and action.

  3. the monster has overtaken its master. The two party system

    is totally irrelevant. The two parties are now the army and the corporation. They’ve cut out their spheres of power, and the people simply observe with indifference at the total innefectiveness of their government.


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