As we all know, its a bright and beautiful morning in American today.
While the traitorous lout seems intent on continuing his harmful attacks on America, the infighting amongst his party cohorts, desperate to protect any shred of dignity and respect with the American people they still posses, will pull the plug on his campaign sometime today.
So, what do we have to look forward to over the next four years?
With the spanking the Democrats recieved today, their liberal agenda is in flames. We will see four new Supreme Court justices, and don't think Bush will make the mistake his father did by appointing a liberal like Souter. We can also expect to see Bush defeat many of the filibusters over his current nominees to the Federal Courts of Appeal.
Beyond that, I expect we will get an energy bill, that in addition to providing incentives to energy producers, will also alleviate many of the burdens to energy production placed on the U.S. economy such as lack of natural gas and natural gas drilling opportunities. Look also for a push to pass Clear Skies soon . . . and alleviate the immininent problems EPAs lack of alignment between current air regulation deadlines will cause, and for further improvements to the New Source Review program. These simple regulatory changes will improve our economy, and reverse the tide of outsourcing, more dramatically than almost any other action the president can take short of major tax cuts.
On my pet issues, I expect to see a nationwide concealed carry program adopted, lifting the restriction on weapons in national parks, abolishment of the DC Gun Ban (possibly before christmas), protection for gun manufacturers (and tort lawsuit reform generally), as well as an eventual Supreme Court decision verifying once and for all that the right to keep and bear arms is a fundamental right vested in each individual american.
In the meantime, I do have some work to get done.