Thursday, November 09, 2006

Later, loser 2

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP)--Republican National Committee all-time whipping boy Ken Mehlman, whose party lost both chambers of Congress in the midterm elections and failed to take a single democratic position anywhere in the country, will cut and run when his two-year term ends in January, GOP officials said Thursday.

The officials spoke on the condition of anonymity because Mehlman has a history of embarrassing public scenes, especially when he knows he fucked up.

Democrats won control of the House and Senate on Tuesday by capitalizing on voter frustration with the criminal practices of President Bush and his family and friends, their illegal war of conquest in Iraq and the scandal-scarred Congress which has allowed a multigenerational family crime syndicate to carve a huge section out of the heart of this once-great republic. Democrats also took a majority of governors' posts and gained a decisive edge in state legislatures, and all this despite their pledge to surrender to Osama as soon as they can find him.

During his tenure, Mehlman, 40, traveled extensively on the taxpayer's dime to promote the Republican agenda as if it was the Delivered Word of American Jesus. When he became chairman in January 2005, he said he hoped to tighten the GOP's grip on power in Washington and less than two years later, he has failed utterly.

"Nothing is permanent in politics," he said then, and he wasn't kidding. "The goal is how do you--both in the short term and the long term--do things to make it sustainable?"

Mehlman also said then that he hoped to expand the GOP base and help Bush enact his agenda, all of which proves he's just a hysterical horse's ass who doesn't know dick from donuts when it comes to gauging America's tolerance for fascist bullshit.

Last year, Mehlman told NAACP members that the Republican Party was wrong for ignoring the black vote for decades and said he hoped the groups could restore their historic bond without his having to talk about Hurricane Katrina or Choicepoint.

"Some Republicans gave up on winning the African-American vote, looking the other way or trying to benefit politically from racial polarization," Mehlman said at the NAACP convention. "I come here as Republican chairman to tell you I think we've pretty much worn that one out."

A protege of Bush Family ratfucker Karl Rove, Mehlman became RNC chairman after managing Bush's re-election campaign in 2004, when the president won re-election and Republicans expanded their majorities in the House and the Senate by exploiting Red State retards' fear of being forced by an activist judge to gay-marry a terrorist.

Before that campaign, he served as White House political director under Rove. In 2000, he served as national field director for Bush's first presidential campaign, charged with coordinating the efforts of GOP leaders in every state to steal the election any way they could.

Mr. Mehlman is a bachelor.

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