As midterm campaigns gear up, Bush's party fears a backlash that could end its 12-year hold on the HouseRepublicans On The Run
By KAREN TUMULTY, MIKE ALLENConsidering that Vice President Dick Cheney had come a long way to help Florida Congressman Ric Keller raise $250,000 last week, the reception he got in the Sunshine State could have been a bit warmer. After extolling Cheney as "one of the most effective Vice Presidents in the history of the U.S.," Keller launched into all the times he had recently opposed the Bush Administration, including the deal to allow a Dubai company to manage operations at several U.S. ports. And then Keller went right for the punch line: "'Don't be too hasty,'" he claimed the Vice President had pleaded with him. "'Let's go hunting. We'll talk about it.'"
If you are a republican reading this you can spare me the "Democrats don't have any ideas" nonsense. I'm a democrat and I have an idea - REPUBLICANS ARE UNFIT TO GOVERN.Update:Here is another Democratic idea.
The problem with Democratic ideas is that they (for the most part) don't include bombing the bejeesus out of random countries. That's why the Republicans don't recognize them as ideas.