Douchebag of the Week.

Douchebag of the Week!This week’s Douchebag of the Week isn’t an individual, it’s a group.  These people are more interested in scoring political points with their extremist supporters than they are in protecting the country and aiding those who have helped in that protection.  By now you know that this week’s winner is none other than the House Democrats.

They chose to vote to hold White House Chief of Staff Josh Bolten and Harriet Miers, former White House council in contempt instead of voting on the FISA bil.

While MorOn.org, er, MoveOn.org and the Kos crowd will be very happy with this blatant abuse of government (executive privaledge anyone?), the country can wait.

Congressman Lamar Smith put it best:

“On the eve of the expiration of critical intelligence legislation, the House Democratic Majority has chosen to put extreme partisanship ahead of our country’s safety.  Apparently, the Democratic majority cares more about the alleged steroid use of a few baseball players and the personnel decisions of the White House than they do about promoting national security.”

Congressman Smith is absolutely right.  But security can wait, right?

Speaker Pelosi, congratulations on your leadership skills.  And congratulations to the House Democrat Caucus, you are the Douchebags of the Week! 


4 Responses to “Douchebag of the Week.”

  1. 1 Larry M
    February 15, 2008 at 12:22 am

    They are disgusting. And very deserving of the award.

  2. February 15, 2008 at 11:09 am

    Blatant abuse of Government? Surely you jest. Anytime the Bush Crime Family fears it may be held accountable they claim “exectutive privelege”. All of your preaching about rules should have had you doing a post when they didn’t show the first time. As for the FISA bill, well another blatant example of thugs breaking laws. Are we a country of laws? Or are a country of partisan thuggery? For all of your petty bickering, weekly naming of “douchebags”, and perfection of partisan hacks, you once in awhile award the Douchebag of the Week to a deserving recipient, but looking over Steven Kazmierczak I am sure was just an oversight.

  3. 3 PJ
    February 15, 2008 at 2:55 pm

    Wellstone, did you ever think if we didn’t broadcast the murder’s name (or face like cnn is doing on it’s website) there would be less motivation to do this? All this does is help feed the sick mind. If they get no personal recognition they might have to contribute positively to society or just kill themselves.

  4. 4 firstfriday
    February 15, 2008 at 3:22 pm

    This is a political blog, that’s douchebaggery on a different level. We support sick pricks like that when they want to kill themselves, we just wish they’d skip the killing other people part and go right to the end.

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