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Thursday, October 19, 2006

The Neocon Playbook 

Up Against the Wall


The trouble with the neocons is: You never know when they’re playing.

They started by flashing their trump cards. They wanted all players at the table to know what was coming. The axis of evil jive was more than rhetoric, more than a self-fulfilling prophecy, it was a warning: Get out of the way or we’ll take you down with our designated enemies.

They put a down payment on Afghanistan, flipped it to NATO, and the put the real money on Iraq. When they were still flying high, cruising through elections with an unlimited gold card (make that platinum), they flashed a hold card, the big one, the tactical nuke.

Things look different today than they did two years ago when little George had some capital to play with. Deuces came up against threes, jacks against queens, and aces against straights. Little George is on a losing streak and he can’t stop playing. He never could.

Little George and the neocons are up against the wall and they’re likely to do what any compulsive gamblers would do: raise the stakes.

The only votes that count in the next election belong to Diebold, ES&S and Hart InterCivic voting machines. The only card the neocons have left is the nuke.

Hang on, folks, its going to be a rough ride.

Jazz.

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