31 January 2009

Obama Takes Another Shot At A Senate Super Majority

While Democrats are doing everything possible to steal the Minnesota Senatorial election on behalf of rape-mocking huckster Al Franken, Barack Obama is working on his own plan to create a filibuster-proof supper majority of 60 in the Senate.

Word is spreading now that Barack Obama may nominate Republican Senator Judd Gregg of New Hampshire to serve as Secretary of Commerce. The Chosen One's administration simply claims this is part of his worship's tone of bipartisanship . . . and by that they mean that if Gregg is brought on board then the Democratic Governor of New Hampshire will be free to appoint a Democrat to replace him. So, if Franken successfully burgles his position and Gregg is replaced by a Democrat . . . PRESTO -- a Democrat super majority that cannot be stopped.

So, if asked, I'm begging you Senator Gregg, don't do it!

Don't give the left unbridled power.

Don't feed the big government beast!

2 comments :

  1. NEO, SOC said...

    While I feel the same way, I believe this is a tide that cannot be stopped. We have abused God's grace and mercy and I believe judgment is coming.

  2. Anthony Palmer said...

    Khaki,

    What do you have to say about Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano being tapped for Homeland Security secretary? Since AZ doesn't have a lieutenant governor, the next in line to succeed her was the secretary of state, who happened to be a Republican.