because even the Washington Post editorial board (a very close second to the ultra liberal NYT editorial board) is recognizing the Democrat "Leadership" for what it is...
. . and the Democrats' Reply
Cynicism that needs to stop
Friday, August 4, 2006; Page A16
YOU MIGHT THINK that a call from the new Treasury secretary for reform of entitlements would get a respectful hearing from Democrats. If entitlement programs are not reformed, they will squeeze out other spending programs that Democrats care about; they will create a budget crunch that no responsible party could want. But some Democrats do not appear to understand this. Yesterday an e-mail sent out on behalf of Nancy Pelosi, the House minority leader, dismissed Henry M. Paulson Jr.'s comments on "privatizing" Social Security, adding that this policy has been "soundly rejected by the American people."
Besides, the idea that the American people rejected Mr. Bush's plan is only half true. The president failed to get traction not least because Democrats were doing their best to scare voters into thinking that their retirement checks would be confiscated.
It appears that they have become disillusioned with the pinko elected as a Democrat, Pelosi, and have finally recognized the Left's real feelings on "bipartisanship" -- them and RINOs.
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