Remember Margaret Thatcher;
Forget Senate Democrats
While the U. S. House of Representatives unanimously passed a resolution to honor the memory of the late former British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, a similar resolution in the Democrat-controlled U. S. Senate has been held up by – of all things – Democrat opposition. Surprise, surprise. Thank you Sen. Harry Reid (D), you tiny man.
Sooner or later - Jimmy Carter, Bill & Hillary Clinton, Barack Hussein & Michele Obama, Eric Holder, Janet Napolitano, Chuck Schumer, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Dick Durbin, Barney Frank, Charlie Rangel, Jesse Jackson, Al Gore, Van Jones, Joe Biden - - and other high profile D’s masquerading as representatives of the American people - -
How will the Republicans who, after the next election cycle, will become the majority party in the U. S. Senate, choose to honor or ignore deceased Democrats?
After all - if the same criteria and the same degree of prejudice used by the Dems were to be used by the Republicans - - you can rest assured that the dearly departed Dems would enjoy very little recognition upon their demise. However, being the soft-headed dopes they are, those rascally Republicans would very likely do the decent thing – and act as if the deceased Dems were in fact, decent Dems.
And by the way, all the dastardly left-leaning Dems mentioned up there in the second paragraph - - all of them together, wouldn’t equal a small percentage of the principled character possessed in Margaret Thatcher’s pinky finger - - -the one on her right hand.
MORT KUFF © 4-14-2013