Wednesday, November 26, 2008



Democracy in Action [5 steps] You know what would really "T" OFF the Democrats...

1-Bush should resign now.

2-Then Dick Cheney becomes President ... (that would really "T" OFF the libs)!!!

3-Then he appoints Condoleeza Rice as VP.

4-Then Cheney resigns two weeks later and

5-Condoleeza Rice, A Republican, is the first BLACK President!!! ************


steadyjohn said...

Of course, Bush should resign now and let Obama steer the nation's course. Inauguration should be immediate according to USA today and NY Times. Sadly, your scenario could not play out because Ms Rice would have to be confirmed by the Senate before she could assume the office of President. There are many problematic aspects to the present law of presidential succession, namely:

"In 2003, the Continuity of Government Commission, a private nonpartisan think tank, suggested that the current law has "at least seven significant issues … that warrant attention," including:[5]

1. The reality that all figures in the current line of succession work and reside in the vicinity of Washington, D.C. In the event of a nuclear, chemical, or biological attack, it is possible, perhaps even likely, that everyone on the list would be killed or incapacitated.
2. Doubt (such as those expressed above by James Madison) that Congressional leaders are eligible to act as President.
3. A concern about the wisdom of including the President pro tempore in the line of succession as the "largely honorific post traditionally held by the longest-serving Senator of the majority party." For example, from January 20, 2001, to June 6, 2001, the President pro tempore was 98-year-old Strom Thurmond of South Carolina.
4. A concern that the current line of succession can force the presidency to abruptly switch parties mid-term, as the Speaker and the President Pro Tempore are not necessarily of the same party as the President.
5. A concern that the succession line is ordered by the dates of creation of the various executive departments, without regard to the skills or capacities of the persons serving as their Secretary.
6. The fact that, should a Cabinet member begin to act as President, the law allows the House to elect a new Speaker (or the Senate, a new President pro tempore), who could in effect remove the Cabinet member and assume the office him- or herself at any time.
7. The absence of a provision where a President is disabled and the vice presidency is vacant (for example, if an assassination attempt simultaneously wounded the President and killed the Vice President).
" Source

Anonymous said...

It sounds like the kind of childish crap Bush would pull though. I am thankful today that Sarah will be spending many thanksgivings in Wasilla and Bush in Crawford.

Yes they can!!!!!!!!!