A few days ago I received a letter from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (borrowing Ted Kennedy's name), dated January 19, 2006. It said among other stuff:
Every day brings fresh evidence of the [PNACi regime's] misguided leadership, deviousness, and incompetence:
- The Bush Administration Smears Anyone Who Opposes Them—…
- They Pack the Federal Courts with Right-Wing Judges—Now, with the nomination of hardcore conservative Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court, George Bush has mounted an all-out assault on our fundamental rights and liberties.
Enough is enough is enough! We've had too much already.
Thus the DSCC wants us not to support at least the following people who have not had enough:
I mean, seriously, what do you expect when you make insincere appeals all the time to 'thinking' people? The following is advice from a friend. If the Democratic Party isn't going to keep its members from 'calculated' support of Bushism, then it should not lie about that in letters from the DSCC; clearly, Alito is not enough for the Democratic Party; it takes more, how much I don't know, but it takes more than we've gotten so far. Unlike the listeners of Rush Limbaugh, we are not stupid people. With appealing lies the Democratic Party can only keep reliable support from among the strategic optimists; the defensive pessimists figure that if you lie to us about Alito you could be lying to us about anything.
So, in the next letter from the DSCC, instead of 'Enough is enough is enough!' it should say 'On the whole we lean rather contrary to these things, towards which the Bushists lean strongly in favor.'