Having said that....
I've been surreptitiously reading Capital Hill Blue because sometimes he hits the topic right on the head....Like this:
Memo to Democrats: Don't buy into Bush's act
Now that he's lost, he wants to make nice and demands that the opposition forgive and forget.
A recommendation for incoming Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid: Don't fall for dubious act. He's a venomous political snake who will turn and bite at the first opportunity because that's what snakes do.
Don't turn your backs on him, don't trust him for a nanosecond and don't believe for an instant that he serves any interest but his own.
George W. Bush proved this past week that he will sell out anyone - including his own administration and his party's leaders in Congress. If, last week, he had announced his decision to replace Donald Rumsfeld, it might have swayed enough voters to keep at least the Senate in GOP hands.
I believe this.
I don't buy Bush's latest "charm offensive" for a nanosecond. He's proven time and time again that he cannot be trusted. He's like "the bad seed". Every time you think he has reformed you discover that all the time he has been plotting your demise once again.
There seems to be a movement within some factions of our party that we can't be vindictive or combative with the Republicans now because "we're bigger than that." Maybe we are but we're also NOT STUPID....
Bush said at his press conference the other day, "This isn't my first rodeo!" Well, George, I have another saying, "This isn't my first load of cabbages either". I'm not buying your act. I've spent six years watching you and I know your nature. You're going to get your own way; you're going to feed your ego even if you have to set the whole world on fire. You don't care who you leave destroyed in your wake or how much havoc you reek because, it's all about you.
In other words:
...and it won't be over until you and your neocons are on the defensive, or politically destroyed so that you can never reek havoc on my country again.
So bring on the subpoenas
So bring on the investigations...
and if impeachment comes...so be it.