Saturday, April 16, 2005
Howard Dean based his campaign in part on his feeling that "We won't always have the strongest military.... and look how well that attitude served him.... he lost the nomination to Kerry. Now comes John McCain, another politician with more support among the press corps than among the voters, announcing his opposition to the 'nuclear' option because, in part, he feels the GOP won't always be in the majority.
Look McCain, this isn't the NFL, with its built-in parity. If the GOP plays its cards right, it can maintain its majority status for the indefinite future. And, even if it didn't, that's even more of a reason to get things done now before the Democrats regain power.