|Honest Abe |
stopped clock and whatnot
-1 just because bill kristol can't ever get a 5
I hesitate to use the word... 'glee'... but... glee.
We can hate Bill anyway, but glee.
|Frank Rizzo |
This was on fox news? That talking head at the end (know his voice and face, but not his name) actually agreed with him?
wow!! It really is over for them.
McCain has adopted the same kind of anti-intellectual campaign that Kristol et. al. have fined-tuned over the past eight years.
Polls show many in America have had enough, so it's ass-covering time.
Makes me almost feel sorry for the Maverick.
Mostly it makes me feel sick that the Fox News heads will get away with it.
you almost feel sorry for a ford automobile that was built between 1970 and 1977?
My uncle had a Maverick.
The spedometer would go backwards if you drove in reverse.
This guy deserves cancer. I can't wait to read the news 20 years from now.
Bill Kristol sure said some stuff in this video. I'm pretty sure of that. I couldn't hear him over my overwhelming hatred of him, however.
hey in case you were wondering, Kristol's still full of crap
Bill Kristol can't get any stars from me.
Well, I guess just the one.
Bill Kistol sways with the tide.
Pathetic, self-hating whores, the lot of them.
The day after the GOP defeat in the 2006 midterms, Rush Limbaugh went up with a blog post which basically amounted to "I always hated those guys who lost all along! I'm so glad they lost so I can stop pretending to like them!" This, of course, after he had spent months slinging mud on their behalf.
We're going to see a whole lot of pundits trying to pull this three weeks from now.
This is just laying the groundwork for what comes after the election, so the Republicans can claim they lost because McCain was too moderate, didn't sell enough of his soul to the devil and the economy tanked because there were still some taxes that the rich had to pay.
I predict the opposite. This has actually happened to the Republican Party before, but Reagan was able to wed his family values conservatism with his big opponent in the first race, George Bush the Prudent, which is part of his enduring respect among the whole spectrum of the GOP.
Moderate conservatives will try to take over the party again and attempt to forge a new message that will allow them to build a coalition that does not necessarily bow to the needs of a overly zealous far-right religious base. Unfortunately for them, veterans of the Iraq War have been treated very well by the anti-war movement (just using my mom as an example, she works with veterans who struggle with PTSD and she is fiercely anti-war), which makes their desire to motivate working class people with ties to the military a lot more difficult. This is why McCain tries so hard to liken anti-war attitudes in Vietnam with the questioning of the Iraq War's necessity.
Fiscal conservatives dearly want the whackos out of their party and see a loss to Obama as a chance to take the reigns once again. They have a pretty big challenge ahead of them.
I hope you're right, but these days it seems like the moderate voices get shouted down as soon as they try to say anything. I think they'd be better served by forming a third party based on fiscal and foreign policy prudence and leave the GOP to Palin and the other Jesus freaks.
Kristol is as full of shit now as he's ever been. His only purpose is to be grotesquely wrong, incessantly.
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