Sunday, March 12, 2006

Political Hack of the Week

This week's political hack winner is the socialist senator from Wisconsin Russ Feingold. Feingold is another one of those hacks that could have won this award many times and will certainly be in contention for many weeks to come. He surpasses the rest of the competition this week for calling for a Senate censure of President Bush for his NSA wiretapping program.

This is the jerk that not only berated two of the most qualified Supreme Court nominees during their confirmation hearings but he is also the only Senator to vote against the Patriot Act when it was initially brought up for a vote. He also led the coalition of the weak that stood in the way of renewal of the Act that led to it being weakened and then was one of 10 that voted against passage. Feingold is also the only Senator to call for a specific timetable for withdrawal of our troops.

Today in a fit of political grandstanding in the lead up to his '08 Presidential bid he calls for the Senate to censure the President. Even though the NSA wiretapping controversy has failed at every liberal attempt to gain traction in terms of public outrage this hack continues to assert that the President has broken the law and misled the public. The five page resolution is scheduled for introduction on Monday. I agree with Senator Bill Frist when he said that the proposal was "a crazy political move."

An economic socialist with no clue on national security. Here's to hoping he wins the democrat nomination for '08.
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