Monday, February 11, 2008
McCain And GOP House Band Win Grammy for “National Security"
One doesn't need the help of Nancy Reagan's astrologist or a tea leaf reader these days to predict the Republican Party's game plan as we approach November's general election. All one has to do is peruse the headlines:
Budget Projects More al-Qaida Captures, By MATTHEW LEE, WASHINGTON (AP);
Senior Taliban Commander Caught in Pakistan, By Gul Yousufzai, Reuters;
Gates: Pause in Iraq Drawdown After July 'Makes Sense', BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN);
With the economy tanking due to 7 years of disastrous GOP tax-cut and spend fiscal policies, and with the probable Republican presidential candidate, John McCain, in a break from his recent “Throw Truth From the Train" (i.e now supports making Bush tax cuts permanent) policy and a rare return to the “The Straight Talk Express" admitting candidly: “The issue of economics is not something I've understood as well as I should. I've got Greenspan's book", it doesn't take a weatherman to know which way the wind is gonna blow.
“National security, national security, national security, oh yeah, national security" sang McCain and the Republican house band, Johnny One Note and the Patriots at last night's Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles. McCain and the GOP house band won the Grammy for most repetitive political issue by a presidential candidate for their ode “National Security". Johnny One Note and the Patriots will be performing at a poltical rally near you through November.