Showing posts with label GOP Freak Show. Show all posts
Showing posts with label GOP Freak Show. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

What's Wrong With The Republican Party (Part 391)


The Politico's Mike Allen has a piece up on the "Fall Offensive" planned by House Republicans to combat the dire outlook of next year's elections.

It's a offensive offensive all right.

As we understand it, Team Boehner has a 3-pronged strategy.

Whatever.

Because the graph in Allen's story that's really telling is:

As a third part of the strategy, Republicans will unveil an agenda after January 2008 that Boehner has described as “innovative, dynamic solutions to the challenges Americans face every day. However, the GOP leader has yet to spell out exactly what those solutions are, and the promised agenda is already months late in being formulated.
Translation: Come back later. We still have to talk to our pollsters because we're so out-of-touch with what Americans need/want that we don't have a clue what our message is yet.

Ah, leadership!

So let's review the bidding so far.

The Democrats have 1. We ain't George Bush (still extremely effective for '08) 2. Give us the Congress and the White House and we'll give you health care and 3. Give us the Congress and the White House and we'll 'district targeted message'.

And so far the Republicans have 1. We only have 1,324 years of combined incumbency in our leadership while the Democrats have 1,462 years of combined incumbency in their leadership! 2. Uh and 3. Um.

Contract With America it's not.

2008 is going to be a bloodbath for the GOP. Again.

Which is all the better to re-build the Party out of.

And real game players are already looking towards 2010.

Friday, June 01, 2007

Hugh Hewitt? Never Heard Of Him.


Who is this little yapping poodle named Hugh Hewitt?

Beats us. We've never heard of him.

But again, we've never thought much about (or of) the GOP's Freak Show shock troops.

Note to Rove and Mehlman - The mob that has your back will quickly become the mob at your door. And when you build a Frankenstein...

Anyway, 1983 must have been a slow year for clerks at the DC Circuit Court of Appeals.

And anytime Hewitt would like to take a shot at debating us, well, we'd be happy to oblige.

Because we remember what Hewitt's wing of the Republican Party was up to between 2000 and 2006.

We're just saying.