Screen Shot 2018-12-16 at 12.31.37 PM
PM Carpenter, your host. Email: pmcarp at mchsi dot com.
Screenshot 2024-02-20 at 11.46.30 AM
The greatest.

***

  • ***

********


« For the GOP, chronic troubles | Main | 'Surprising' indeed »

February 28, 2011

Comments

majii

IMO, they're fighting an uphill battle at this point by trying to distance themselves from the "crazy" in their party because they opened the door to allow these people into their party. With the help of Fox and rw media, the GOP made a conscious decision to encourage all types of crazy to become the face of the Republican Party. Whatever happens to the party, it deserves because not one of the so-called leaders had the stones to say NO! to the outrageous behavior and words they saw happening. An example of this was seeing Boehner and Cantor refusing to rebuke the birthers recently, and having Luntz reveal the results of a poll he conducted on likely GOP voters in Iowa. They know the truth, but they lack the courage and integrity necessary to step up and tell people like Palin, Bachmann, West, and the other extremists to knock it off. They gave people like these enough support to push the party farther to the right, and place it in a position where they think and govern based not on pragmatism, but on ideology and ignore all attempts to face reality at any time.

You Don't Say

I don't think it's just that. Haley Barbour on Meet the Press said Obama is one of the greatest politicians ever. What's up with that?

The comments to this entry are closed.