Saturday, January 21, 2006


So, here's Karl Rove opining on the differences between the parties:

Rove Offers Republicans A Battle Plan For Elections: "'At the core, we are
dealing with two parties that have fundamentally different views on national
security,' Rove said. 'Republicans have a post-9/11 worldview and many Democrats
have a pre-9/11 worldview. That doesn't make them unpatriotic -- not at all. But it does make them wrong -- deeply and profoundly and consistently

Remember the old definition of chutzpah, the kid who kills his parents then asks for mercy from the judge on the basis of he fact that he's an orphan.

Rove gives us a new definition. An Administration that was demonstrably wrong on weapons of mass distruction, wrong on the Al Qaeda connection, wrong on the attitude of the Iraqi people, wrong on the number troops needed for success. An Administration that is willing to shred the Constitution, violate the law, out a CIA agent, treat the rest of the world with contempt such that our image abroad is worse than during Vietnam. Wrong on all these things and then accuses our side, the side that has been almost consistent right on all these issues, to be "deeply and profoundly and consistently wrong."

Sadly, there are delusionary people in the Republican party who actually believe these lies.

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