Needing Compromise

Posted: 11/10/2006 by Floyd in Labels:
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Remember Sen. Lincoln Chafee the R.I Senator? Well in a news conference he says he may be leaving the Republican party and also claims that he has got up and alone trying to make a point to some of the G.O.P to move more toward the center and that the party had moved to far to the right, he goes on to say he mostly stayed with the party to help bring some dollars to his state.

Read the second page of this article where Dean decided to nationalize the election, just like I said Dean ran his party toward the center, while Rove took the right, it does not end there though all day today on CNN and other news outlets you had constituents calling themselves conservatives moving again, far right, I still don't think they got it. I think Dean deserves to be called the guru now, I mean Rove held the title a long time until the 'thumping' so now it might be time to pass the torch.

What about the control of the Senate, I love this little quote;

Section 3, Clause 4: Vice President as presiding official

The Vice President of the United States shall be President of the Senate, but shall have no vote, unless they be equally divided.

Section Three provides that the Vice President is to serve as President of the Senate. The Vice President has no vote unless the Senate is equally divided.

These past few days it seems that everyone wants to work together, but really it is to soon to tell if this will be taking place, another quote on the Iraqi deaths came out and put the figure at 150,000 by the health minister and re-enforced his belief that the American troops need to leave. Some agreement will have to be reached between 'stay the course' and 'get the hell out of there now' Americans have shown in staggering numbers they are tired of this war and if the President can't see this, America will speak again in 2008.

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