Falling Awake

Just Darts Since 2009

What’s that I don’t hear?

No one screaming about voter fraud, stuffed ballot boxes, rigged voting machines, intimidation of voters or miscellaneous dirty tricks?

Republican politicians are talking about what they did wrong and are resolving to reconnect with the American people.

This is what grown-ups sound like.


3 responses to “What’s that I don’t hear?

  1. steamymcd November 9, 2006 at 12:03 am

    It’s about time that politicians started acting like adults and began to work together to fix problems. I am in no way a supporter of President Bush, but even if it took a Democratic victory for him to contemplate bipartisan politics, at least it’s a start.

  2. Gerald Bostock November 9, 2006 at 12:53 pm

    Bush made attempts to reach across the aisle in the past and has repeatedly been spurned. I don’t know how consensus can be reached with a party that insists that “there is no terrorist threat,” to quote Michael Moore. The New York Times agrees with that assessment, and publicizes every attempt to track terrorists and protect the U.S. against attack.

    We’ll just have to see if now that they have power, the Democrats can be trusted to use it wisely.

  3. Jackman November 13, 2006 at 7:19 pm

    The dems realized early on that if they were to allow Bush to change the tone in Washington, it would reflect badly on them. Now they want to work together?

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