Comments Posted By Myrhaf
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ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

I agree with Rick Moran on this. To attack something a candidate wrote in a work of fiction is know-nothingism at its worst. It is both cynical and stupid.

Rush Limbaugh is gleefully defending Allen's attack, which to me is worse than what he said about Michael J. Fox.

Comment Posted By Myrhaf On 27.10.2006 @ 12:11

CIA PLOT TO DESTROY THE MOONBATS

Rick Moran, the only problem with your satirical suggestion that the CIA is behind this is that we have seen the CIA try to undermine Bush with Joseph Wilson's tea-sipping trip to Niger. The CIA is full of Kossacks. Why would they try to make the left look bad?

Comment Posted By Myrhaf On 27.02.2006 @ 19:16

HALF A MILLION READERS FOR THE HOUSE!

In addition to being wise and witty, you blog with energy and consistency. How do you come up with first rate posts every day? You must spend a lot of time at it.

Comment Posted By Myrhaf On 23.01.2006 @ 19:16

PAJAMAS MEDIA

But if you join PJM, then Wolcott will make fun of you.

Comment Posted By Myrhaf On 10.12.2005 @ 10:27

IRAQ'S MILITIAS BECOMING AS DANGEROUS TO STABILITY AS THE INSURGENCY

It's too bad Patrick Fitzgerald didn't spend the last two years in Baghdad examining documents instead of trying to catch administration officials in contradictions about a non-criminal leak.

Comment Posted By Myrhaf On 17.11.2005 @ 20:13

TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE

Didn't Bush learn anything from the Clinton administration? Clinton had a permanent war room set up to provide immediate response to any criticism. Look at Kerry and the Swift Boat Vets; Kerry dithered and allowed himself to be defined by them. In politics you have to put out a counter-definition immediately.

Comment Posted By Myrhaf On 12.11.2005 @ 15:51

MORE SHAMELESS PURLOINING OF BLOG POST IDEAS

Hugh Hewitt thinks too much like a political operative and not enough like a conservative philosopher. His show is dedicated not to the pursuit of the truth, but to advancing the Republican Party; there is a difference. His rare criticisms of Bush exist only to give him something to point to when he receives criticism like this.

I once heard Hewitt berate a caller for going off message. The caller was a Republican with some gripe about Bush's policies. Hugh cut him off, saying something like, "This is your chance to talk to millions of people and you're wasting your precious seconds going after Bush?"

Hewitt is intelligent and nice and he's not a screamer like Savage, but he's too much the spinmeister.

Comment Posted By Myrhaf On 4.11.2005 @ 20:16


 


 


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