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The Left Calls The Tune: Now Dance, Democrats
First of all I dont care if John Kerry was eating live babies on TV, one week out from an election you do not repeat GOP talking points. Ever.
In regard to being asked about the Betray Us ad, Hamsher counsels Democrats as follows:
So . . . being a whacko leftwing blogger is all a ruse to make Democratic candidates 'look moderate?' Heh, not actually be moderate, but just look it? And if a GOP 'talking point' is something like 'eating live babies is bad . . . ' every Democrat is supposed to disagree with it regardless of how silly it makes that Democrat look?
Just because Jane Hamsher says so?
Hamsher would have Edwards stifle herself when honorable men and women in uniform are attacked, because apparently, the most evil thing one can do is agree with Republicans. Even when someone like Edwards knows, as a matter of deeply-held principles, that it is the right thing to do.
Posted by Ken McCracken · 15 September 2007 08:53 PM
Who is Jane Hamsher?
Posted by: zsa zsa at September 15, 2007 09:47 PM
You don't wanna know.
Posted by: Ken McCacken at September 15, 2007 10:24 PM
petreaus can't hide behind his uniform. he is a de facto beaurocrat in this situation. If people are giving their opinions on policy they are subject to scrutiny. isn't that what Ann Coulter taught us when she was skewering 9/11 widows apropos of nothing?
Posted by: lester at September 16, 2007 08:03 AM
'Some' good things going on in Iraq right now: Photo Essay (35 Pictures) out of Iraq, taken this month (Sept 2007)
Have a great weekend!
Posted by: Steve Johnson at September 16, 2007 04:54 PM
lester, you are calling accusations of treason "scrutiny." I don't recall you being on record for that flowing in the other direction.
Conservative suspicions confirmed, once again. It gets tiring, y'know?
Posted by: Assistant Village Idiot at September 17, 2007 08:02 AM
MOVEON.ORG needs to move on! What a bunch of whacko's. At least Elizabeth Edwards, Ed Koch, and Lieberman showed their allegience. Not many of those remain in the Dem party...
Posted by: zsa zsa at September 17, 2007 11:26 AM
he did betray us.
Posted by: lester at September 18, 2007 04:55 PM