Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Too Much to Clean Up

One of the many problems with the Dems’ “don’t do everything needed now, just wait until we get the Presidency and then we’ll make things right again” strategy is that the magnitude of the distortion and destruction is so great that energies to clean up the very largest Constitutional messes will be used up quickly, leaving nothing for the multitudes of littler messes that will then go unaddressed, like this example of DOJ interjection into death penalty cases, setting yet another precedent of concentrated national control that the Dems won’t likely correct, leaving it sitting there for the next Repubs to rachet into even greater power and threat. (And that’s assuming the Dems DO get the Presidency.)

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