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Jewish World Review
Nov. 2, 2006
/ 11 Mar-Cheshvan, 5767
JIHAD IS FUN! VOTE DEMOCRAT!
John Kerry is the "botched joke" of American politics. For those of you keeping
score at home, John Kerry has now called members of the U.S. military (a) stupid,
(b) crazy, (c) murderers, (d) rapists, (e) terrorizers of Iraqi women and children.
I wonder what he'll call them tomorrow. Whatever Karl Rove is paying John Kerry to
say stupid things, it's worth every penny.
Now, back to the midterm elections ...
Analysts place the average midterm loss for the party in the White House at around
15 to 44 seats, depending on which elections are counted only elected
presidents, midterm elections since the Civil War, midterm elections since World
War II, comparable-sized congresses, first and second midterm elections and so on.
The average first midterm election loss for every elected president since 1914 is
27 House seats and three Senate seats. The average sixth-year midterm election,
like this year, is much worse for the president's party, which typically loses 34
seats in the House and six seats in the Senate.
This makes the average loss in two midterm elections for the party in the White
House: 30 House seats and four or five Senate seats in each midterm election.
In his first midterm election, George W. Bush picked up six House seats and two
Senate seats making him, according to The New York Times, "the first Republican
president to gain House seats in an off-year election" and only the third president
of either party to pick up House seats in a midterm election since the Civil War.
This means that for Democrats simply to match the historical average gain for the
party out of the White House during the first and second midterm, they would have
to pick up 67 seats in the House and 11 seats in the Senate. They're about 30 Mark
Foleys short of having that happen.
It at least seems clear that Democrat gains this year are going to fall far short
of the historical average. No poll has the Democrats winning even half of their
rightful midterm gains.
Despite the precedent of big wins in midterm elections for the party out of power
especially in a sixth-year midterm election something is depressing the
Democrats' popularity with Americans this year. I suspect it's the perception that
many of them are Democrats.
But instead of recognizing that the Democratic Party is a dying party, falling far
short of its due historical gains, any gain by the Democrats will be hailed as a
crowning mandate for the party that wants to lose the Iraq war, shut down
Guantanamo and stop spying on Islamic terrorists on U.S. soil.
Even a dying party has death throes. If Democrats win a slight majority in the
House or Senate, Americans will get shrill, insane leadership of the nation in time
Democrats can't not be crazy. They will instantly set to work enacting a national
gay marriage law, impeachment hearings, slavery reparations and a series of new
federal felonies for abortion clinic protesters. The only way to get Democrats to
focus on terrorists would be to convince them that the terrorists are interfering
with a woman's right to choose or that commercial jetliners exploding in midair are
a threat to America's wetlands.
The probable new House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, is in a catfight with Rep. Jane
Harman for not being insane enough. Pelosi has indicated she will deny Harman the
chairmanship of the Intelligence Committee, instead giving it to Rep. Alcee
Hastings, whom Pelosi voted to impeach from his federal judgeship in 1988 for
conspiring to extract a $150,000 bribe from convicted criminals in return for
lowering their sentences.
An O.J. jury had acquitted Hastings on the bribery charge in a criminal proceeding,
though his alleged co-conspirator, attorney William Borders, was convicted.
But the evidence of Hastings' bribery plot was so overwhelming that a Democratic
House voted to impeach Hastings 413-3 on 17 separate counts including falsifying
evidence to win his acquittal in the criminal case, and a majority Democratic
Senate voted to convict Hastings on the very first count by 69-26, enough to remove
him from office.
Rep. John Conyers Jr. another finalist for the coveted "craziest Democrat in
congress" title led the charge for Hastings' impeachment, saying the judge had
"betrayed his office."
In addition to having a history of soliciting bribes from criminals before his
court, Hastings wants to shut down Guantanamo, and he adamantly opposes the U.S.
government listening to phone calls from al-Qaida phones to anyone in America
(especially federal judges negotiating bribery deals by telephone).
As millions of lunatic Muslims plot to murder Americans, some Americans we call
them "Soccer Moms" will cast a vote to save Michael J. Fox this year. In the
process, they will put all Americans at risk by voting for a frivolous, dying
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