Delusions, Act Two: Lights On, Nobody Home

Saturday, October 14, 2006 at 03:39 AM

Imagine that. Seems the Chimpy Regime has no contingency plan in place if the Dems sweep the House...

Such is not surprising. From US News:

Some Republican strategists are increasingly upset with what they consider the overconfidence of President Bush and his senior advisers about the midterm elections November 7-a concern aggravated by the president's news conference this week.

"They aren't even planning for if they lose," says a GOP insider who informally counsels the West Wing. If Democrats win control of the House, as many analysts expect, Republicans predict that Bush's final two years in office will be marked by multiple congressional investigations and gridlock.

I sort of like the sound of that last part: Investigations and gridlock. Investigations to finally bring some light on the total idiocy of having a regime, not an administration, but in this case, the term "clusterfuck" does work.

Gridlock? Meaning, whatever Chimpy wants, the Dems will deny. I love that part.

"The Bush White House has had no relationship with Congress," said a Bush ally. "Beyond the Democrats, wait till they see how the Republicans-the ones that survive-treat them if they lose next month." GOP insiders are upset by Bush's seeming inability to come up with new ideas or fresh approaches. There is even a heightened sensitivity to the way Bush talks about advisers who served his father.

What relationship are we talking about? You mean the sex slave stuff, y'know, Chimpy, Chainsaw and Rove play the leather-booted dominatrix to the Congress "BEAT ME! WHIP ME!" stuff? Oh, that. Meaning, Chimpy's rubber stamp of approval on his Hitler routine will evaporate.

As for new ideas and approaches, trust me, Chimpy's hoist with his own petard. He rode in on the PNAC globilization/empire train, he will also derail with it. The only new ideas and fresh directions will come when we are rid of this psychotic frat boy and his dream-driven cast of goons.

And as for not having contingency plans? This isn't new. Look at Iraq. Case closed. What better way to say "failure"?