Thursday, May 19, 2005

Santorum Continues to Work Toward Unemployment in 2006

Ricky said this on the floor of the Senate today:

What the Democrats are doing is the equivalent of Adolf Hitler in 1942 saying, 'I'm in Paris. How dare you invade me. How dare you bomb my city? It's mine.' This is no more the rule of the senate than it was the rule of the senate before not to filibuster."

This, of course is, after recently taking Sen. Robert Byrd to task for his Hitler reference, when he said:

"Senator Byrd's inappropriate remarks comparing his Republican colleagues with Nazis are inexcusable."

Luckily, we only have another year and a half with this buffoon. (Santorum, that is, Byrd, unfortunately will probably win again and be around for another six years.)

Of course, Republican Party Chairman Ken Mehlman said, "Senator Byrd's invocation of Hitler's Germany ... is reprehensible and beyond the pale."

I await his similar statement about Sen. Santorum.
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