RCP: It Should Be Over For The Democrats

September 30, 2008

They have no remorse or seriousness regarding their own role in this disaster. In fact, they want to expand the problem:

Now you could make the case that before 2008, well-intentioned people were simply unaware of what their agitation on behalf of non-credit-worthy borrowers could lead to. But now? With the whole financial world and possibly the world economy trembling and cracking like a cement building in an earthquake, Democrats continue to try to fund their friends at ACORN? And, unashamed, they then trot out to the TV cameras to declare “the party is over” for Wall Street (Nancy Pelosi)? The party should be over for the Democrats who brought us to this pass. If Obama wins, it means hiring an arsonist to fight a fire.

RealClearPolitics – ACORN, Obama, and the Mortgage Mess.

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One Response to RCP: It Should Be Over For The Democrats

  1. BackwardsBoy on September 30, 2008 at 12:56 pm

    What we’re witnessing is the willful and calculated attempt to ruin our economy by Democrat Leftists (but I repeat myself) in order to win an election and gain more political power in order to change our country from a democratic republic into a socialistic nightmare.
    It’s now evident that yesterday’s bailout vote was nothing but an attempt to pin this mess on Republicans. Sorry, Nancy, it won’t work.
    As the news spreads and the general public becomes aware of what happened, the Dems are going to find themselves unable to field a viable candiate for dog-catcher.
    If the RNC is smart, and there is evidence they’re beginning to wake up, they will seize this golden opportunity to expose the rabid leftist motivations of the Dems for all to see.
    This is an abomination to all Americans and it has been aided and encouraged by those Dems who, IMHO, qualified themselves as domestic enemies of our great country.
    We now have an urgent agenda of our own; vote each and every Dem out of office, NOW!

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