What a spectacle!

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What a sight to behold were the Democrats at yesterday's State of the Union speech. They sat demurely when the President spoke of the need to monitor terrorists placing phone calls to the United States. Likewise they were stone—faced when he urged Congress to make his tax cuts permanent. They broke into loud cheers, however, when the President spoke of Congress' failure to act on his proposal to save Social Security.

Yesterday's spectacle made it all too obvious what Democrats stand for: They are against pursuing terrorists, against tax cuts and against solving an impeding fiscal disaster.

Once again the American people had an opportunity to see the Democrats for what they truly are: A pathetic collection of pols who oppose what is good for the security and economic prosperity of this country, and support that which is harmful and dangerous

So profound is their confusion that they do not even bother to hide it on national television. Even though it will earn them points with groups like Moveon.org, the majority of the American people can't but be repelled. This is a party in deep trouble and one which is disintegrating right before our eyes.

Vasko Kohlmayer  2 01 06

What a sight to behold were the Democrats at yesterday's State of the Union speech. They sat demurely when the President spoke of the need to monitor terrorists placing phone calls to the United States. Likewise they were stone—faced when he urged Congress to make his tax cuts permanent. They broke into loud cheers, however, when the President spoke of Congress' failure to act on his proposal to save Social Security.

Yesterday's spectacle made it all too obvious what Democrats stand for: They are against pursuing terrorists, against tax cuts and against solving an impeding fiscal disaster.

Once again the American people had an opportunity to see the Democrats for what they truly are: A pathetic collection of pols who oppose what is good for the security and economic prosperity of this country, and support that which is harmful and dangerous

So profound is their confusion that they do not even bother to hide it on national television. Even though it will earn them points with groups like Moveon.org, the majority of the American people can't but be repelled. This is a party in deep trouble and one which is disintegrating right before our eyes.

Vasko Kohlmayer  2 01 06