As laughably ludicrous as the concept of Republicans changing things in Washington after being in power for eight years may be to you and me, I'd like to hear one reporter ask any Republican -- McCain, Palin, Davis, Rove, etc. -- two questions.
Who will you fire? Who will you replace them with?
And a follow-up question or two: Which agencies are you planning to overhaul? Justice? Environmental Protection? Tell us.
How will you change the Bush foreign policy?
I know these questions are silly, because the answer to all of them is: We're just going to continue with business as usual. We don't know anybody else to run in there. We only know more incompetent hacks. Why should we mess up the gravy train to our corporate masters?
You might ask why nobody is asking these questions. If you know, leave a comment.
I am picking up the pieces of my head, scattered all over the floor from having it explode over the popularity of Sarah Palin, an extremist radical right-wing religious fanatic with slightly more experience than a gas station attendant. And whose husband was a MEMBER of an organization which believes in Alaska's SECESSION FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
The Republicans tried to paint Michelle Obama as an "angry Black woman." How shall we paint Palin's husband? Traitor?
Get to work people.