This seems like a political first—a fake newspaper from the future, put together by the Republican National Committee, that sarcastically reports the horrors of a Congress led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader John Murtha. It's almost obscenely detailed—people inside the RNC have been playing close attention to the forces aligned against them, from the fringe to the mainstream. They don't do a good job of terrifying libertarians into pulling that GOP lever:
Because they are still subject to President Bush's veto pen, the Democrat majorities have made their biggest mark in foreign policy with funding decisions.
For example, the Democrats zeroed out any money for the President's missile defense program.
"The ability to shoot down missiles launched from South Korea is clearly provocative," House International Relations Committee Chairman Tom Lantos said. "If developing a system to shoot down those missiles is provoking them, then we shouldn't do so. Diplomacy is the answer."
The once-feared NSA Surveillance Program has been disbanded as well, after its funding was cut to zero.
Unless I missed it, I'm surprised I didn't see an obvious fake news item: "Democrats End Funding For Iraq War: Troops Come Home In Disgrace." Maybe they're worried that would be too appealing a scenario, even for Republicans.