Wednesday, November 08, 2006


The overwhelming odds are that come January, the Democrats will control both the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Here's wishing the best of luck to Mr. Reid, Ms. Pelosi, and the rest of the caucus at getting back to the business of working for the people. Here's hoping that with their vitriolic leadership gone, some Republicans will feel free to support Democratic initiatives that just make sense as the right things to do for their constituents. Here's hoping that all members of Congress see that voters have decisively rejected the divisive and fear mongering style with which Congress has been run during this administration. While in the minority, Democrats constantly tried to reach out to Republicans in the spirit of bi-partisanship, and they were constantly rebuffed. I know that the Democrats will retain this spirit in the majority, and if any Republicans in the minority feel the impetus to collaborate on important issues, their effors will be well received by the Democratic caucus.

I am so glad we finally have what we most desperately need. This President has done everything he wants with no resistance. This is bad for the country and it needs to stop. Now that the American people finally have a check on the powers of the Executive, it will stop.

Finally, I am glad that the finest of our fifty states finally has two Senators who will make her proud.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

South Carolina is fina!

11/08/2006 1:57 PM  

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