April 5, 2007--
"Pelosi Toons" such as "Whack-A-Wabbit" Present Fresh Focus on Efforts by Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid to Impose Out-of-Iraq Deadline on George Bush and Cut-Off of Funds for War.·
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While everyone is celebrating the release of the British sailors held hostage by Iran, the premier of "Whack-A-Wabbit" marking the launch of "Pelosi Toons" presents a fresh focus on efforts by Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid to impose an "out-of-Iraq" deadline on President George Bush and to cut-off funds for the war in Iraq. Before commencement of production of "Whack-A-Wabbit" Pelosi and Reid agreed on the need to "hammer some sense into George Bush's thick skull."
However, many on the left criticize it for it's ultimate failure to "drive the point home." A spokesman for Bush said "President Bush is accustomed to being hammered by political opponents that he doesn't pay any attention to it." Nevertheless, the spokesman said she would recommend to Bush that he make an exception and view this video despite it's hard-hitting nature.
PoliSat.Com's Washington Bureau Chief managed to obtain an exclusive copy of the video, which is available for viewing on this page in a variety of size/connection-speed configurations. Asked whether it's been posted to You-Tube, he said "Not unless someone else has done so."
Some critics contend that the release of this video "at this time" may "draw attention away from Pelosi's pivotal role in the just-ended hostage crisis involving British Sailors seized by Iran. Other critics expressed doubt that Pelosi's trip had such pivotal effect. However, one of the critics said, Pelosi's emphasis is on "solving" problems without resort to military force. "Don't forget Pelosi's insights about the war in Iraq as a "situation to be solved" rather than a "war to be won."
Political experts who preferred to speak anonymously said "It's too soon to know whether this will start a 'chain reaction' in which virtually all politicians develop similar video-production vehicles. Other experts said the video is "just too hard-hitting."
Some political insiders who wished to remain anonymous speculated about whether Pelosi is trying to position herself to become the nominee for President in 2008 if Barak Obama and Hillary Clinton succeed in destroying each-other's viability. Our Washington Bureau Chief asked the insider, "What about Al Gore?" One of the insiders said, "Gore is, of course, a heavyweight, but that's why so many insiders think he won't run because he can't run, although he can waddle pretty fast whenever he's headed to the dinner table or has an urgent need to sit in his GoreMobile."
---Jim Wrenn, Editor at
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