Friday, June 23, 2006

We Three Kings

Posted by Codemorse

The third party. A mythical beast, seen for brief spates under ill-boding moons, the third party continues to hold fascination for us.

But it's realistically impossible to create a true third party. And here's why:

COULTER: No. I would admire a politician, not as much as basically your run of the mill garden-variety Republican, but as far as Democrats go like Lieberman, who apparently does want to defend America and fight the war on terrorism. He is the one facing a primary fight.

CAVUTO: You know, there is talk about him maybe bolting to a third party. The seeds are there for a third party movement. Do you buy that?

I buy it. When this third party rears its rough head once more (on it's long, meandering slouch toward Jesus' hometown) it will wear new clothes. It will trumpet the triumph of itself as a revolutionary act, and it will be filled with people whose faces are already familiar. They will be beholden to the same interests that the Democrats and Republicans now serve - to the detriment of their constituents. They'll talk about remaking Washington in the image of the people, neglecting to mention that the people they're referring to are themselves. They'll be showered with donations. And gifts. And trips. And flattering awards. And, possibly, young asian boys. From "friends." Who want things.

The third party cannot exist in any form other than the one in which the Dems and Reps now exist - in a state of corpulent repose.

By all means, my beloved country - prove me wrong.

(As third party's go, this one's still the funniest/strangest/scariest in my neighborhood. Courtesy of Jabs.)


At 10:07 AM, Blogger Jabawacefti said...

Isn't rent too damn high?!?!

Meanwhile, how about a little McCain-Lieberman 2008?


At 11:11 AM, Blogger codemorse said...

McCain? Possibly. Lieberman? I'd rather scratch ass with garden weasel.

At 11:12 AM, Blogger codemorse said...

And yes, rent IS too damn high. But contrary to the party's opinion, the jews are not to blame.

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