With the Mark Foley disaster and the continuing Iraq quagmire threatening to tip the electoral scales in favor of Democrats in November, conservatives are wondering what we can expect for the next two years. What will Washington be like with a Republican president and at least one house of Congress controlled by Democrats? People are asking how anything will get accomplished when there is more partisan-based division than evere before. Well, here's what's good about the situation in which Bush veto's any spending bill the Dem's send across his desk and the Democrats refuse to allow a vote on any initiative of Bush's...GRIDLOCK!
That's right folks, gridlock is good! Think about it, no possibility of a disastrous amnesty for illegal aliens bill, no new spending of Americans' tax dollars, pressure to start winding things up in Iraq, Democrats being forced to show their hand when is comes to court nominations, Charlie Rangel holding impeachment hearings(disaster for Dems), Republicans finally recognizing that failure to stick to conservative principles means loss of power. With Washington gridlock, there are never new laws passed, which means no further restrictions on freedom and liberty of Americans...that's a good thing.
I'm not pulling for a Dem takeover of the House but if it happens, there is a bright side to be found.