Dramacrat 2010 Election Strategy: Hype Up the Scare Tactics

From Demonrats.org. the Dramacrats Lay Out Their Version of the GOP Agenda for their Media to lap up. (Read it here now, hear it from every MSDNC host for the next three months.)
1. Repeal ObamaCare (Democrats claim insurance companies make money by killing people.)
2. Privatize Social Security or phase it out altogether. (Like I said, scare the greedy geezers)
4. Extend the Bush tax breaks for the wealthy and big oil. (Because Democrats think massive tax increases in the depths of economic recession are great policy.)
5. Repeal Wall Street Reform (Even the part that exempts the SEC from the Freedom of Information Act)
6. Protect those responsible for the oil spill and future environmental catastrophes. (But later they claim the Republicans want to abolish the Department of Energy and the EPA. Both statements can’t be true.)
7. Abolish the Department of Education (Because Federalizing education has worked so well so far.)
8. Abolish the Department of Energy (Because you can never have too many useless bureaucracies.)
9. Abolish the Environmental Protection Agency. (Because what we really need is an agency that declares a gas that all human exhale and that plants need to survive a toxic pollutant, and use it as an excuse to destroy the economy.)
10. Repeal the 17th Amendment (Ironic coming from a party with no fewer than five current senators who were appointed without elections {Burris, Gillibrand, Bennet, Goodwin, Kaufman).

Actually, most of those items are not necessarily bad ideas, but it is dishonest in the extreme to suggest that they are the Republican Platform. But since when are Dramacrats bound by the truth?

I also notice there is nothing on the list relating to illegal immigration and border security; the Dramacrats obviously couldn’t think of a way to spin the Republican position (whatever it is) in a way that made it seem worse than theirs.



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