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Thursday, July 28, 2011

A Mid-Summer Night's Dream

I heard a caller yesterday on Rush Limbaugh lamenting that tea-party Republicans in the House and the Senate will not be enough. What is necessary is tea-party leadership in both of those bodies. Let's face it, boys and girls, Boehner and McConnell may be nice guys but they are just not able to cut the mustard when it comes to fixing the terrible mess we are in.

I got to thinking last night about the 2012 election and the possibilities. Would not it be wonderful if after the 2012 election we ended up with big majorities in both branches of congress? Would it not be even better if the Speaker of the House was Paul Ryan (or a reasonable facsimile)? Icing to the cake would be Senate Majority Leader, Marco Rubio!

Top it off with a President Bachmann, or Perry, or Cain, or Palin! How about John Bolton for Secretary of State? How cool would that be? Think of the possibilities we would have to really fix some of the problems in this country once and for all!

Yeah, I know! I'm dreaming. A mid-summer night's dream. But hey, great accomplishments all started with great dreams!

2 comments:

  1. I agree. Bachmann says she will NOT vote for Boehner's bill or for an increase in the debt ceiling, unfortunately several other TEA party folks will vote for it, including West of all people. I guess you read Rush's take on that


    Debbie
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  2. Yeah, I read what Rush said about it. I think after a while some of the Republicans get so tired they tend to lower their guard and will agree to stuff they probably should not agree to just to be able to move along. A Dimocrat tactic no doubt.

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