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November 15, 2006

CBS Moonbat Claims Republicans Lost Congress on Purpose

In a bizarre op-ed that straddles the fence between tinfoil-hat paranoia and another botched joke, CBS moonbat Lloyd Garver suggests that Republicans lost Congress as part of a Rovian plot to put George Herbert Walker Bush back in the White House.

The idea is that Dems will be blamed if Iraq continues to be a problem, and that there will be a backlash if they let nuts like future Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee John Conyers get too vindictive (here he has a point). Also, losing the election allowed W to fire Donald Rumsfeld, which Garver seems to believe he could only do after the Dems took Congress.

Garver seizes on the presence in Washington of Bush 41 personnel Robert Gates and James Baker as support for his whimsical notion as to who will be placed in the White House by Republicans' insidious schemes:

So, who do they plan on running for President in 2008? Let's see. Who's comfortable with all these friends and advisors of the first George Bush? Who has experience in waging war against Iraq? And who could become president without saying one negative word about the current president? There's only one man who fits this bill. That's right — George Herbert Walker Bush.

Maybe CBS should bring back Dan Rather to restore a little relative sanity.

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Lloyd Garver has not been taking his meds.

Posted by Van Helsing at November 15, 2006 12:19 PM

Comments

So much for the cleanest Congress in History. Murtha: Ethics Reform Is Total Crap

This is the Nancy "Botox Bolshevik" Pelosi's choice for Majority Leader.

I didn't expect them to begin self-destructing this quickly.

Posted by: V the K at November 15, 2006 12:43 PM

it's very interesting out in the world of news today...

Posted by: nanc at November 15, 2006 12:48 PM

Haha. Totally predictable.
Cuz how could evil genius Rove lose one by mistake?

Posted by: bird dog at November 15, 2006 4:28 PM

i think he`s happy to be anywhere .

Posted by: Bensitin at November 15, 2006 8:02 PM

Its true! Its all part of Karl Roves master plan to remind Americans how infested with Moonbattery the Democratic Party is; so he can ensure a Republican victory in 2008.


Hmmm - maybe its not so crazy after all considering what happened this week! Nahhh couldnt be ....... could it?

Posted by: General Jack D. Ripper at November 16, 2006 6:12 AM