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Tuesday, March 28, 2006


Si, Se Puede!

This is some GOOOOD stuff.

A recent RNC memo details how Republicans think they can retain their majority status: by clinging to Bush and the "W" brand. The memo, written by pollster Jan van Lohuizen for RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman, demonstrates the internal debate about whether to embrace Bush or avoid him.

"The President is seen universally as the face of the Republican Party. We are now brand W. Republicans. The following chart shows the extremely close correlation between the President's image and overall ratings of the party.
President Bush drives our image and will do so until we have real national front-runners for the '08 nomination. Attacking the President is counter productive for all Republicans, not just the candidates launching the attacks. If he drops, we all drop."

President Bush drives our image ... into the ground with his incompentence.

We are now brand W. Republicans... the (moronic) face of the Republican Party...

...If he drops, we all drop... SWEET !

If you are rushing to the ocean floor, just hold on to the anchor tighter.

It sounds like the Republicans have hired some Democratic consultants.
And Harry Reid is finding his groove, better late than never:

Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid accused Bush of sending "mixed messages" on Iraq that are hurting Iraq's chances for success.

"The president can give all the speeches he wants, but nothing will change the fact that his Iraq policy is wrong," said Reid, D-Nev. "Two weeks ago, he told the American people that Iraqis would control their country by the end of the year. But last week, he told us our troops would be there until at least 2009."

The Democrats today introduced their "plan." When the first reporter asked "What in here is new?" no one had an answer. Not Pelosi, not Reid. Why? Because there is no Democratic plan outside of "Bush is wrong". Good luck getting elected on that.
Gingrich said that the Democrats could win with a two word plan.

"Had enough?"

I agree with Newt.
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