November 8, 2006

The First Day.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Jim @ 9:15 am

I believe that today is the First Day of the beginning of the end of the United States as we know it.

The democrats have sown the wind, but we shall all reap the whirlwind.


  1. I don’t know, the more things change, the more they staty the same.

    Comment by Sgt Hook — November 8, 2006 @ 9:34 am

  2. Post Election Blues…

    I find myself agreeing with Jim. Those were almost my exact thoughts. We are witnessing the beginning of the end of a once great nation. If the Democrats do half the things they threatened to upon taking control of congress – force a pullout of Ir…

    Trackback by Bit Decay — November 8, 2006 @ 12:11 pm

  3. … feeling cheerful again, I see….

    Comment by Eric — November 8, 2006 @ 12:15 pm


    1) Howard Dean is an arrogant,stupid man who should be selling used cars. He leads a party that has shown itself to be proficient at raising special interest cash, and making snide remarks about the President. Now try to announce the specifics of what they will do about Iraq

    Comment by cousin gary — November 8, 2006 @ 12:44 pm

  5. Things that are clear today :

    1)Howard Dean is a doofus. If you owned a Blimpy’s sandwich shop, there would be a list of “Employees who Cannot use the Meatslicer”. Howard would be first on the list to cut his fingers off.

    2)Last night, after we saw the gut wrenching scene of Sen. Santorum’s farewell speech, complete with his crying children, the camera at CNN went to the talking heads, where s***bird Paul Begala claimed that Santorum had “thrown Headstart children out in the street”. Former Rep. JC Watts was sitting next to this meanspirited geek (who probably had his lunchmoney stolen in grammar school), and seemed to give thought to giving Begala a punk-slap.At least, he needed a face mush…

    3)When they take Sen. Menendez out of the Capital in handcuffs, he can use the $350,000.00 of taxpayer dollars that he never denied taking to get himself a lawyer. Maybe he can get Zulima Farmer to represent him or her disbarred boyfriend.

    4) Nothing that happened yesterday will change the price of chicken cutlets.

    Comment by cousin gary — November 8, 2006 @ 1:00 pm

  6. Empty platitudes are over now they have to lead. The time for talking about a “new direction” is over and now we need specifics. It is there that the Democrats will be exposed and this majority is short lived.
    The first time they have a “Peaceniks For Osama” rally and an American target is attacked and destroyed, the American people will realize…..damn, it seemed like a good idea at the time and put adults back in charge of national security.
    NJ will get the government they deserve….keep electing corrupt Democrats and you will continue to get ethical scandals arising.

    Comment by Robbie K. — November 8, 2006 @ 2:23 pm

  7. i agree. have the impeachment hearings started yet?

    Comment by shoe — November 8, 2006 @ 3:26 pm

  8. Personally, I can’t wait to see Nancy Pelosi “jump start this economy”. I think we can all come up with a visual of what happens to someone witn jumper cables in front of a car going 80 mph.

    Comment by mark reardon — November 8, 2006 @ 4:27 pm

  9. This is one time I wish I didn’t agree with you. But I do. This can’t end well.

    Comment by rita — November 8, 2006 @ 8:11 pm

  10. Jimbo. Why do we even FFFFFNNNN vote? in this FN state filled with fn democrats ….. chef of da past

    Comment by chef of da future — November 8, 2006 @ 9:02 pm

  11. Thank goodness we get to elect congress every two years. Maybe they will screw up so bad the people will be glad to go back to the GOP. Nancy Pelosi……….spare me.

    Comment by Brian, "Proud to be a Veteran" — November 9, 2006 @ 3:41 am

  12. Not worried one bit, to do anything the democrats would have to have a plan, agree on the plan and be able to execute the plan.

    Comment by James old guy — November 9, 2006 @ 3:41 pm

  13. If you’re talking about the United States as we’ve known it for the last six years, thank farookin’ God.

    Comment by Cousin Jack — November 10, 2006 @ 1:48 am

  14. This election in perspective.

    What we saw was the average outcome in gained seats
    for 6 year second term bielection.

    Now if the Democrats had picked up more seats in the House and Senate than the Historical average that would have had meaning.

    What does doing average indicate?

    Check out the Reagan Congresses, Bush is in much better shape in the House than Reagan ever was and about the same as Reagan was after both bielections in the Senate.

    Mandate this election was not.
    Warning it was.

    When Republicans act like Democrats they lose, when Democrats act like Republicans they can win.

    Comment by Dan Kauffman — November 10, 2006 @ 2:09 am

  15. Bush has the veto, and – failing that – Republicans own guns.

    We’ll be fine.

    Comment by Harvey — November 12, 2006 @ 4:29 pm

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