I’ve noticed less of a political divide in recent days, as fair-minded observers left and right are beginning to see what the other side has been pointing out for years. Never underestimate the unifying power of shared disdain. 1.) The left was right — “movement conservatives” are a nasty lot. The ongoing fatwa against McCain … Continue reading uniters, not dividers
I wish Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter hated me as much as they despise John McCain. Watch them become increasingly unhinged discussing their least favorite Republican. At one point Coulter argues Hillbot is more trustworthy and better on national security than the Arizona senator. So now Clinton has been endorsed by Maxine Waters and Ann … Continue reading judge him by his enemies (cont’d)
Meet the Lickspittles, Hugh and Taylor (accompanied by smooth jazz remake of “The Odd Couple” theme): Hugh on Wednesday’s GOP debate — “Romney by contrast was as polished and professional as ever, and his command of the facts and the debate far superior to that of McCain’s.” Taylor Marsh analyzes Thursday’s Democratic showdown — “Clinton … Continue reading what paul begala begat
What was Sean Connery doing at tonight’s Democratic debate? Can’t wait to see who Topher Grace endorses.
I don’t have strong feelings either way about Wolf Blitzer, but he did a shitty job moderating tonight’s debate. When he wasn’t lobbing chummy softballs, he threw inside (the Beltway) junk, like his concluding question about whether Obama or Hillary would pick the other as veep. Gee, I wonder what they’ll say. Blitzer seemed intent … Continue reading worst debate host ever
Conservative blogger Michelle Malkin, who has written in support of the internment of Japanese-American citizens during WWII, said she won’t vote for McCain over Hillary. McCain should thank her. And now, your daily right-wing fatwa: The Republican Party has been hijacked. Over the past month a new Axis of Evil has emerged — not one … Continue reading judge him by his enemies
You haven’t missed much: Hillary reminded everyone, one banal platitude at a time, she’s been bringing people together for 35 years to solve problems through vague solutions and unnamed projects. Oh yeah, and she’s a woman. (Her husband, meanwhile, is a crook, continuing to raise money by any means necessary.) As for Obama, well, he’s … Continue reading the clinton/obama smackdown: hour one