Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Iraq, Immigration, and More Republican Lies

The political parties that won the election in Iraq plan to vet their prime minister candidates with the nation's top Shi'ite Muslim cleric. That cleric, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, will also oversee the drafting of the constitution if he is unhappy with the direction it's taking. I wonder if foreign policy expert Al Mohler still thinks the election represents a "massive vote of confidence in the possibility that Iraq will emerge from the oppression of Saddam Hussein and the experience of the recent war with a new government, a new hope, and a new faith in freedom."

The Mexican government has published a how-to guide for those that want to enter the U. S. illegally. Well, I hope they bring their "family values" with them.

Though the administration originally claimed it would only cost $400 billion over the next decade to cover the cost of Viagra and Levitra, it turns out that the actual cost will be $720 billion. Wow, these guys sure do have trouble getting their facts straight.

Thanks to Republicans, Planned Parenthood will get more of your money. Who said these guys were pro-life?

Sam Brownback: Mouthpiece for the Treason Lobby.

Shocking discovery. The Washington Post is reporting that George Bush is a proponent of gargantuan government. Indiana Congressman Mike Pence says:

"The Republican majority, left to its own devices from 1995 to 2000, was a party committed to limited government and restoring the balances of federalism with the states. Clearly, President Bush has had a different vision, and that vision has resulted in education and welfare policies that have increased the size and scope of government."


Great, Mike. By the way, didn't you vote to spend $720 billion on Viagra and Levitra?

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