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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

12 Days Of Christmas - Election 2008 Edition


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On the twelfth day of Christmas, the liberals gave to me:
  • Twelve senators failing (12 Democrats up for re-election in 2008)
  • Eleven percent approval (Lowest rating ever)
  • Ten paychecks burning (Because of Democrat record tax hike)
  • Ninety thousand freezing (Amount of money found in Rep. William Jefferson's (D-La.) freezer)
  • No more secret ballots (Big Labor payback for union bosses)
  • $700 billion in new spending (Paid for with the largest tax hike in history)
  • Six troop funding cuts (Playing political theater with the safety and security of our nation and our troops)
  • Hillary's Woodstock Museum! (What better way to spend a million dollars?)
  • Four bucks a gallon (Not a single energy bill passed to help lower gas prices)
  • Al Franken ranting (Angry Hollywood liberal)
  • Two liberal Udalls (Mark in Colorado and Tom in New Mexico)
  • And a tax hike for every family! (Thanks Democrats)
If you thought our singing was bad . . .
Just wait until the Democrats get their hands on your paycheck next year.

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