February 03, 2005

State of the Union thoughts

Watching Pelosi and Harry Reid last night I kept thinking to myself: this is all the party of FDR and Truman have left?

Ann Althouse has the transcript of a hilarious (for us) exchange last night between Chris Matthews and a guest on Hardball:

MATTHEWS: Yes. Well, that‘s why you‘re losing. Why you‘re losing. now is, you can‘t even point to your leaders.

At least George Bush is the leader of the Republican Party.

GOODMAN: It‘s not about my leaders. It‘s about...

MATTHEWS: Name a leader. Name a leader that you trust.

GOODMAN: It is not about my position. It is about not my thoughts about people.


GOODMAN: It is about positions. And I think that‘s what counts.


MATTHEWS: Well, that‘s the problem. If the Democratic Party is tongue-tied about who their leaders are, that‘s the beginning of the problem.

And if they elect Howard Dean as chair of the party.......yeeessh.

Yips! from Robbo - That ain't the half of it. Dean Barnett has a piece about the rising influence of the Blogsphere's own uber-moonbat Kos. With this kind of double gravity-sink forming over on the far left fringe, nobody, not even Hillary, is going to be able to pull themself far enough into the center to win an election.

Posted by Steve at February 3, 2005 02:08 PM
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