How much you paying him NY Times?
Poor Bill Kristol…but mostly poor us. The Uriah Heep of war criminality cannot even manage to write malicious editorials anymore.
Poor Bill Kristol…but mostly poor us.
The Uriah Heep of war criminality cannot even mange to write malicious editorials anymore. Now they are just lame and pathetic.
Wanting to get a few digs in about how Reverend Wright has buried Obama and all the Democrats for that matter, Kristol actually commits to paper this paragraph:
In a New York Times/CBS News poll in late February, Obama was defeating John McCain 50 to 38. Two months later, the Times/CBS poll had McCain and Obama tied. The poll that came out yesterday showed Obama reopening a lead over McCain — but clearly over this period a vulnerability for Obama was exposed.
The latest CBS poll, that shows this awesome damage to Obama?
Obama (D) 51%
McCain (R) 40%
Wow, that’s really, um, not at all devastating. No matter how much the chattering classes — the wealthy, white, actually elitist chattering classes — cannot grasp it. Sadly, for Kristol and the rest of the fans of things like Limbaugh’s “Operation Chaos“, Clinton kicks McCain’s ass by a similar margin.
And unnoticed by the nation’s editorial writers and gasbags of cable news, especially by the Kristols and the Stephanopouli, the public seems to have determined the real culprit in the Jeremiah Wright matter:
Concerning Rev. Wright’s coverage in the media the new poll sites that according to registered voters polled the attention paid has been:
Not that this fact will stop a talking head from trying.
But not content in stopping after eviscerating his own argument in the early paragraphs Kristol digs deeper (goin’ for the gold?). He decides to use FoxNews polling which shows that if McCain picks Mitt Romney, he loses his maverick scent. But fear not, Kristol is there to suggest an acolyte for the job.
Maybe that’s why, in separate conversations last week, no fewer than four McCain staffers and advisers mentioned as a possible vice-presidential pick the 36-year-old Louisiana governor, Bobby Jindal. They’re tempted by the idea of picking someone so young, with real accomplishments and a strong reformist streak.
It might also be a way to confront the issue of McCain’s age (71), which private polls and focus groups suggest could be a real problem. A Jindal pick would implicitly acknowledge the questions and raise the ante. The message would be: “You want generational change? You can get it with McCain-Jindal — without risking a liberal and inexperienced Obama as commander in chief.”
Yes, Bill, the public is crying out for somebody who can push through a 3rd Bush term, with even less experience than Bush just in case something happens to the original water carrier.
What a keen and discerning analyst.
Bobby Jindal, now the governor of Louisiana (thanks Katrina, for halving the New Orleans vote). A former Congressman he had this singular accomplishment:
In 2005, Jindal led other freshman Republican House members in dipping their fingers in purple dye to celebrate the 2005 Iraqi national elections.
Oh, how awesome for the GOP that guy would be. He sure sounds like the kind of candidate who would keep us on the track 81% of the American public so dearly loathe. The kind of candidate who has little to offer the American people but “the finger”. So he has much in common with Bush.
You go Bill! I’m only surprised you did not suggest McCain select a random Kagan.