Monday, February 07, 2005

Learning from Hell Week

The Weekly Standard has a great column up detailing the Democrat's Hell Week we've all had the displeasure of experiencing in the news. Here's one of the final graphs:
And there you have the real vision gap between the two parties: Republicans want to win wars and spread freedom; Democrats want to save their rear ends. Bush thinks freedom is better than terror and tyranny; Democrats think they themselves are better than Bush. In 2004, Bush made it clear he was willing to lose on the basis of his convictions--and won in spite or more likely because of this. Democrats had no convictions beyond the end goal of winning, and therefore quite properly lost. No party deserved to lose more than the Democrats did in these past two elections, and unless they make changes, they stand to lose many more.
Go and read how Evan Bayh's actions this past week has landed him in the same 'sell my soul and do anything for my political career' washed up group perfected by Edwards and Kerry.