Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Republicans Need Change At the Very Top

Today’s resignation of Andrew Card as White House Chief of Staff is a sad day for Republicans, for this is the loss of one hard working Republican public servant. Yet, with the Bush White House crumbling in disaster, it sometimes becomes time to tell the person in charge that it is time to go. So, President Bush: your time has come.

To save the Republican Party from a tremendous electoral disaster this year, especially now that polls show Democrats are more popular in every region of the country, and to reestablish the dignity of our country that has been lost by the Bush Administration’s defiance of international law, we urge the Bush Administration to continue making changes at the top. First, the Executive Vice President and decision maker of the operation, Dick Cheney, has to go. Sorry, but saying Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction when you had intelligence reports stating he did not, and now lying by claiming you never said that even though you said it lots of time, and on tape, is one indication your time has gone by. Oh, and shooting someone and waiting a day to report it (maybe to wait for that one beer you claim you had to pass through your system?) is another indication its time to go. He should be replaced by a decent Republican such as John McCain.

Next, the CEO has to go. George W. Bush never seemed to have his heart in his job. Sure, he will mouth the words expected of him by the right wing and corporate interests that got him the job, but that smirk and condescending attitude let us know he’s really not into it. He should resign, let the new EVP McCain take over, and then let Rudy Guiliani become the new EVP.

Those are the moves that will breathe new life into the Republican Party. Then, we at the Whig Party National Committee and the Republican National Committee can rise in unified opposition to those pesky Federalists.


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