All across the web Republicans seem to have hit their limit with this administration. I've been fed up with them for years and threw in the towel months ago.
Now others are fed up as well.
Captain's Quarters has a nice thought out and polite version of dissent.
The lack of conservative values in the basic functions of this Congress and government and the association nonetheless with conservatism has the Right extremely frustrated. They see the result of this situation becoming a discreditation of true conservatism that could set the movement back thirty years, and conservatives have decided to take a stand now in the final midterm of the Bush administration. Too much hangs in the balance, with immigration and federal spending out of control. If the movement is to survive, it has to either take control or establish its own identity again outside of current Republican leadership.
Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler is not quite so polite
Of course, it also allows Jorge Bullshito’s gay boyfriend Vicente’s government to dutifully inform their illegal immigrants where not to cross since, you know, they might be caught if they do.
And that would be ever so much against President Limpwrist’s Full Amnesty for rapists, drug runners and murderers program.
I can’t fucking WAIT to see that traitorous fucknozzle running from impeachments for the last two years of his Benedict Arnold “presidency.”
*emphasis mine, though I think Misha should have bolded it*
Preston Taylor Holmes concurs with Misha.
Then of course we have La Shawn Barber yesterday calling for President Bush's impeachment.
I believe George Bush’s failure to enforce immigration law and stop the foreign invasion, which he has the power and authority to do, warrants impeachment.
I agreed with La Shawn.
RightWingSparkle, the most devout "Bushite" I know and seems to defend everything he does, is now talking about being a "trapped conservative" -- defending Bush while disagreeing with him on a lot.
We conservatives are so busy dispelling the myths and the lies of the left we can't even express our anger over the immigration mess, the spending, the compromises, the lack of the veto pen, and the blank check the government seems to want to give to all those things to do with Katrina.
I suspect we'll see many more coming out as I see the frustration building more and more.
The spending is for businesses (you know, those that run this country).
If you're against business you're not a true American.
Even the illegals support america's businesses.
Posted by: Robert on May 12, 2006 02:19 AM