Wednesday, April 11, 2007

THE SANITY SQUAD - Pelosi's Excellent Misadventure and More Democrat Denial

[photo on the left is probably Nancy Pelosi practicing showing the proper respect when she visits Iran in the near future--but I can't be sure]

The latest Sanity Squad Podcast is now posted at Pajamas Media Politics Central, and we have lots to say about Nancy Pelosi's recent misadventure into foreign policy. And lots to say about several other jaw-droppingly inappropriate endeavors by Democratic leaders and certain well-known "journalists".

As I mentioned in the previous post, the Democrats have no doubts about the immorality of negotiating with the real enemies of civilization (i.e., the White House) but they believe that its perfectly ok to sit down for a chat with a person whose "remarks [are] so repulsive that they are outside the circle of civilized human behavior."

Funny, isn't it? She's talking about the President of Iran, not the President of the U.S.--just in case you weren't sure.

And, since the Dems are loathe to use the term "Global War on Terror" (a term they feel is too "misunderstood") ; it is perhaps somewhat understandable that they haven't noticed that Iran is responsible for much of the current violence and death of our soldiers in Iraq (clearly, they prefer to believe it is Bush who is to blame).

Ah well, psychological denial runs deep in the Democrat soul; and that is why Siggy, Shrinkwrapped, Neo-neocon, and I thoroughly analyze the situation and come up with some recommendations for intensive reality therapy to treat this incredibly dysfunctional political psychopathology--except for Siggy, who thinks some form of electrical therapy might work better.

All podcasts of The Sanity Squad can be found here; and you can also download them from iTunes. (search for Pajamas Media)

(The Sanity Squad cartoon at the right is drawn by Eric Allie, whose collection of political cartoons can be found here and here).

[Photo above is of President Ahmadinejad having tea with an American negotiator a few years ago

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