As every other election today was some sort of referendum on how the public perceives Bush, this one must be no different:
Today is the last chance for White Settlement residents to vote on a charter change to rename the city West Settlement, a controversial proposal that has drawn nationwide attention.
How is it a referendum on the president’s aggressive strategy of fomenting regime improvement in the Middle East?
- It takes place in Texas.
- It’s about progressives changing a name from White something to avoid offending tender sensibilities.
If the name changes, undoubtedly it heralds a return to Democrat super-majority in Congress and the impeachment of everyone in the line of succession who is not a Democrat. Cue the happy music!