Wednesday, November 08, 2006

I Won't Cry for You, Rick Santorum!

What a beautiful morning it is here in America! Not much time for blogging today. We stayed up late last night, and I am one sleepy but very happy political animal. Meantime, Moose and Goose are both heading off for a conference in Philadelphia tomorrow, but we couldn't resist a little gloating. We love this picture of Senator Man on Dog's concession speech, with his whining, husky children at his side. We are about as pleased as it is possible to be that the voters of Pennsylvania so soundly rejected Santorum's toxic bigotry.

Moose wanted to go downtown last night and stand outside the White House with signs saying, "America to Bush: Go F--- Yourself!" Goose poured her another glass of wine and gave her a lecture on restoring civility to political discourse.

Then, after Lincoln Chafee had gone down to defeat, Goose said, "Message to 'moderate' Republicans: Go home, get on your yachts, and examine your souls."

Roxie's World heartily recommends that you tune in to the fabulous celebration and gloat-fest going on right now on The Stephanie Miller Show. They've pulled out all the stops and their very best sound clips to herald this giant leap forward in Operation Take Back America. YippppEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

2 comments:

  1. Dudley the Beagle7:37 PM EST

    Hey, Roxie! I've been nosing through the campaign literature my human brought home, and it turns out, it's no surprise that the Democrats won. Seems Republicans don't exist anymore.

    My human said she went to the polls, and someone asked if she wanted a sample ballot. She asked, "which party?" and the answer was, "Michael Steele." Who knew Michael Steele was a party, all by himself! What a fine, impressive ego that man has!

    The sample ballot said "Official Unity Sample Ballot." Not a word about Republicans, although everyone on it is a Republican. The Democratic sample ballot says in big red, white and blue, "DEMOCRATIC PARTY SAMPLE BALLOT." Like they're proud of being Democrats.

    Were the Republicans not proud of being Republicans?

    Me, mostly I'm proud of being a beagle, but just for Tuesday, I kind of wished I was a yellow dog.

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  2. Roxie, you good ol' dog,

    We have been watching election returns together for many years now. Your house is a great place to gather. But this time, it was so weird. I am so used to losing, to leaving your house in despair and rage. Sometimes I think we US humans are just so incredibly stupid.

    So what happened on Tuesday? I guess you were just tired of seeing us be so sad.

    We aren't sad anymore.

    I'm sorry we kept you up so late that night. I know you were very tired the next day. So we can all rest up now -- and then party some more.

    Your ever faithful friend,
    Margie

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