Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Election Results
from the mind of  Cowgirl Up.

As I'm sure you've noticed, last night the Republicans lost control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats. Now we can all look forward to a few years of San Francisco liberal Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House.

I would be willing to bet that most voters outside of California have no clue just how twisted this woman really is. Like it or not she will now be the poster girl for the Democrats, enabling the rest of America to experience first-hand what we California conservatives already know. I'm hoping it will be a wake-up call, but maybe the American voter really does want people like Nancy Pelosi, Howard Dean and Hillary Clinton at the helm...

Unfamiliar with California and San FranFreakshow's politics? Two examples from yesterday's election:

1) San Franciscan voters passed Proposition J, officially adopting a policy calling for the impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney. (When this proposition was authored and put on the ballot, many conservatives got a chuckle out of the fact that should such a wish ever come true, it pretty much translates as a vote for President Hastert. Now, I suspect the San Francisco Leftists take heart knowing their girl will be taking his seat. Democratic Underground must be sizzling at this very moment with rabid moonbats foaming at the mouth in anticipation of impeachment proceedings.)

2) By over 60%, San Franciscans passed Proposition F, requiring all employers in San Francisco to provide their employees paid sick leave.

And you might recall that in November 2005, San Francisco sought and passed a complete ban on handguns. This was later overturned by the courts, but it is indicative of the mentality this city breeds.

In the State of California, voters rejected Proposition 85, which called for the notification of a minor girl's parents before she gets an abortion. Let's get this straight. It's not preventing a minor girl from getting an abortion, has a protection clause for those at risk of parental abuse, yet California defeats it. Hypocrisy at it's height: minors in California need parental consent for just about everything from getting their ears pierced to whether or not they can take an aspirin at school; but should a pregnant 14-year-old need an abortion, why, it must be her right as a woman.

As I write this, I hear there is yet hope for the Senate. Virginia Senator George Allen's race is too close to call so keep an eye on that one.

Maybe the Republicans will hold the Senate. And maybe, just maybe, the next two years President Bush will disover his Veto pen...

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Saddam Hussein Sentenced to Death by Hanging
from the mind of  Cowgirl Up.

About damn time, too.

Fox News reports on it here.