Thursday, November 09, 2006

A Lesson on Power...

Main Entry: 1pow·er
Pronunciation: 'pau(-&)r
Function: noun
Usage: often attributive

Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French poer, pouer, from poer to be able, from Vulgar Latin *potEre, alteration of Latin posse -- more at POTENT
1 a (1) : ability to act or produce an effect (2) : ability to get extra-base hits (3) : capacity for being acted upon or undergoing an effect b : legal or official authority, capacity, or right
2 a : possession of control, authority, or influence over others b : one having such power; specifically : a sovereign state c : a controlling group : ESTABLISHMENT -- often used in the phrase the powers that be d archaic : a force of armed men e chiefly dialect : a large number or quantity
3 a : physical might b : mental or moral efficacy c : political control or influence

In their criminal pursuit of supremacy, duh-bya and his political minions forgot, or had never learned the limits of power and the hazards of arrogance.

The voters just taught them that lesson - and showed them there is a power greater than either themselves or the deity they pretend to worship.

We The People...