Allahpundit’s post about the Democrats’ latest talking point has got me thinking. First, here’s what Allahpundit wrote about in his post:

“I’m the first one to acknowledge that the relations between myself and the Republican Congress have not been good over the last several months, but it’s not for lack of effort,” Obama told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos earlier this month…

“I’m sure the president would like it to be creating jobs more quickly. And if the members of the do-nothing Republican Congress would actually put a couple of oars in the water and help us, [we could] do these things like [Mississippi] Gov. [Haley] Barbour mentioned that make so much sense,” Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) said on CBS’s “Face the Nation” earlier this month…

Darrell West, director of governance studies at the Brookings Institution, said, “Democrats are trying to give ownership of Congress to Republicans because the institution is dysfunctional and not addressing the jobs problem, and this is a way to tie blame to the GOP.”…

I could write a detailed post exposing the Democrats’ dishonesty. In fact, I might do that next week. Still, I think the best way to illustrate the Democrats’ dishonesty is by illustrating the Democrats’ dishonesty in cartoons and animated videos.

Let’s face it. We’re a visual society. We learn faster through visuals than through manuals.

Here’s my challenge to the Army of Davids out there: Hit me with your best videos and cartoons. Post them in the comments section for this post. Post them on your website, then send a link to your entry. Get creative. Be irreverant. Most importantly, highlight the fact that Democrats don’t have ideas, solutions or integrity. Make the most compelling case possible.

The upshot of this project is simple: If this Army of Davids does what they’re capable of, the reward will be alot fewer Democrats in the Senate in 2013.

Have at it. Let’s have some fun at the Democrats’ expense with this.

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2 Responses to “The Republican Congress?”

  • eric z says:

    Not to say I’d cross over and vote for a Republican, with Huntsman the least offensive to a progressive in this batch of wannabes, but isn’t it strange to you that executive orders that could have been issued anytime are starting to flow quick and fast these days? An act of integrity would have been a prompter mortgage impact alleviation effort, the earlier the better, and deeper – less of a bandaid answer. Ditto regarding the student loan evils. Too little too late IS faint praise. And the man is damning himself with faint praise, in my view, after my being led to expect some kind of performance fitting a slogan of “Change.” He should have combined “Hope” and “Change” to have said, “Go hope for a change.” The man is far too much like Bush and Clinton, too little like Wellstone. A disappointment. But other than Ron Paul who would take on the international banking cartel at the national [Fed] level, the Republican wannabes are rehashing same-old same-old trite themes. Stuff they’ve said, stuff that has not worked when Bush was in, stuff that has little to no promise of working. Ron Paul is the only one with ideas and not hack rhetoric.

  • Gary Gross says:

    Eric, you aren’t paying attention if you think that Ron Paul is the only Republican who’d take on the corrupt bankers. Michele & Newt have been highly critical of these corrupt bankers. More importantly, they’ve proposed steps to get rid of too-big-to-fail.

    President Obama’s EO’s have been repulsive to democracy-loving Americans of all stripes. The student loan forgiveness plan is particularly odious. Forgiving student loans without attacking the real problem is putting a band-aid on a cut needing stitches.

    Newt was just interviewed on CBS about the student loan program. He said that there’s a study out that says “by the year 2014, there will be 1 administrator or 1 clerk for every teacher” in colleges.

    Question: Why do we need that many administrators? Better yet, do we need that many administrators? Best question: How much is bloated collegtiate administration adding to students’ tuitions & to their student loan debt?

    Frankly, it’s disgusting that this administration will offer the bandaids and the aspirins without offering the ‘medical treatment’ that’s needed.

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