Wednesday, May 9, 2007

A Perfect Specimen of Stubborn

The Useless Toll™ is in Kansas today – and Tony Snow took the opportunity to bluster and blow about the next Iraq funding bill that is being hammered out in the House of Representatives right now, and threaten another veto. You know, because the last one was so successful...

While White House officials have previously made clear their displeasure about the new House bill, this is the first time any administration official threatened another veto. House leaders said there could be a vote as early as this week on the new measure.

Snow expressed hope that the administration and Congress could still work out a deal, noting that Chief of Staff Joshua B. Bolten was supposed to meet Wednesday with Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (D-Nev.)

aWol needs to realize that he ain’t getting his way here. His day is done and we are not going to let our congress back down to his punk ass on this. Every bill he gets needs to be taking something away from him and applying stronger benchmarks and shorter timelines. Fuck him. The arrogant, hubris-driven intellectually incurious, mentally defective, amoral toad needs dealt with. We elected this cast and crew to put his poisonous ass in a bell jar. The sooner that reality sinks in across the board, the better off we'll all be.

The Constitution sets my bearing in the first three words: It is We, the People, asshole – and when we get cranky about illegal wars and stuff, we can be a right pain. Shoulda realized that it’s never a good idea to whack a hornets nest, and it’s just flat-out stupid to poke the bear at the same damned time. But that’s exactly what the stupid sumbitch did. So constrain him by any means necessary.

Yeah, George. Veto another one. I double dog dare you to keep vetoing. For the love of Harry Truman, veto, veto, veto. Oh, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. Please veto these bills.

In fact, I think for the next one, he should fly to a carrier and do it on the flight deck. I'll kick in ten bucks for the banner.

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