Friday, March 23, 2007
Congress passes the war funding bill that includes a deadline to get the troops out of Iraq. Bush vetoes it. Somehow the Dems find enough votes to override the veto and the law becomes effective.
Faced with what amounts to emasculation by the Congress, Bush and Cheney both resign, effective immediately, thereby making Nancy Pelosi the first woman President of the United States under the act of succession, with about 18 months remaining in the presidential term.
So now the Democrats control both of the elected branches of the government with 16 months to go before the 2008 election, and they have to deal with Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran and all the other fronts in the war against Islamofascist terrorists (which, by the way, they declared on us through their spokesman OBL in 1996 and again in 1998) and all the other issues that they've been attacking the Bush administration about, such as homeland security, illegal immigration, health care, education--the whole nine yards. The only thing they can blame Bush for is that he prematurely gave them everything they want.
In my view, a nightmare for the people of the United States.
What I'm wondering is, would it be a bigger nightmare for the Republicans or the Democrats?