Wednesday, November 08, 2006

The Elected Party vs. The Party of Macaca 

John Aravosis, taking note of this from MSNBC

The Constitution states that “Each house shall be the judge of the Elections, Returns and Qualifications of its own members,” so in the end the decision will be up to the Senate and the newly-sworn in House in January whether to seat a would-be member who shows up with the certificate of election from his state’s governor.

correctly observes:

So that means, if the Republicans try to steal the election in the Senate, the decision finally goes to the new majority - that would be a Democratic majority of 50-49 - so we win anyway. The only thing "gained" by any Republican effort to play the sore loser will be that the Republicans will drag our nation through a new electoral disaster for months, all in order to highlight that they are the party of Macaca.

The Winner has stood up. Macaca, for the sake of our great nation, must stand down, pack his noose, and get the fuck out.


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