|Camonk - 2008-11-06 |
Oh, hee hee hee! Hee hee! Oh, hee hee hee!
|Eroticus E - 2008-11-06 |
So it turns out Bill Kristol is a piece of shit. Who knew.
|IrishWhiskey - 2008-11-06 |
"Its disloyal to John McCain (to criticize Palin). What are these aides doing?"
Remember that Palin aid who was fired for trashing McCain and his campaign and blaming all Palin's mistakes on them just days before the election? Guess which Palin friendly reporter he used to leak the story? In an interview on background?
That's right, its our good friend Bill Kristol!
I'd like it to be taken as read that I'm replying to every comment on this video with an echo of my gleeful giggling above, especially this one.
|Chet - 2008-11-06 |
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2008-11-06 |
I see your true colors, shining through.
Nah there's no way that the reason McCain failed was because of bad policy. Never that.
|Blaise - 2008-11-06 |
It makes no sense.
|DMKA - 2008-11-06 |
"If they have a problem with Sarah Palin, they can just shut up about it!"
|Pillager - 2008-11-06 |
|HURF BLURF DUH - 2008-11-06 |
"He offered no comment, which was a no."
|RockBolt - 2008-11-06 |
And we'd thought there'd be nothing to laugh at after Obama won
|Meerkat - 2008-11-06 |
If they think Sarah Palin is going to start a war with Russia and they have a problem with that, they can just shut up about it!
|Samisyosam - 2008-11-06 |
The republican spin machine is spinning itself so fast I'm not surprised they're puking all over eachother.
I think a group of people puking all over the place is an apt description of Fox and Friends.
It's spun itself into orbit.
|phalsebob - 2008-11-06 |
The first punches are flying. The short bus erupts with impotent rage.
There is no down side to this as far as I can see.
|Paracelsus - 2008-11-06 |
Kristol and Bush are examples of the great American phenomenon of being completely wrong about everything and still having a job.
|robotkarateman - 2008-11-06 |
PoeTV isn't the same without Cena Mark.
|jangbones - 2008-11-07 |
Conventional wisdom says that one party surges and the other party wanes and the process is cyclical. By this popular train of thought, the GOP will benefit from four years or six years in the wilderness and return stronger than before.
That's not always true, though. In democracies around the world, sometimes politcal parties hit some adversity, start bickering and fracturing into component parts, then tear themselves to shreds with infighting and power struggles.
The GOP tent is held up by two very different poles, 1) small government with laissez-faire capitalism to benefit the rich and 2) social conservativism heavily inspired by Christian evangelism that appeals to working class whites.
Could the Republican Party really go so far as to rent itself into two over one miserable presidential campaign? Today, Freepers are currently trying to organize a boycott of Fox News. Redstate started "Project Leper" to identify and ostracize anti-Palin leakers from McCain's campaign. That, and Kristol's cringe-inducing phone call to Fox, makes me believe that anything is possible with this cast of characters.
"That's not always true, though. In democracies around the world, sometimes politcal parties hit some adversity, start bickering and fracturing into component parts, then tear themselves to shreds with infighting and power struggles."
Yeah. Heard from any Whigs lately?
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-11-07 |
Keep talking, jackass.
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