January 24, 2010

So I Guess Bob Herbert Is Racist Now As Well

Yeah, Herbert's latest column attacks the O-bots from the left, and tries to lump the completely out of power opposition into this mess, but it is indeed interesting when one of the most partisan (and stupidly so, I might add) hacks in the Mediacrat complex goes after his own side, it is worth noting.

The Democrats still hold the presidency and large majorities in both houses of Congress. The idea that they are not spending every waking hour trying to fix the broken economic system and put suffering Americans back to work is beyond pathetic {UHHH...They tried "fixing" it with Porkulus. How did that turn out?-ed}. Deficit reduction is now the mantra in Washington, which means that new large-scale investments in infrastructure and other measures to ease the employment crisis and jump-start the most promising industries of the 21st century are highly unlikely {so Obamacare was a bad idea after all? Thanks for noticing-ed}.

What we’ll get instead is rhetoric. It’s cheap, so we can expect a lot of it. {no, it's not cheap, because it leads to bad and costly ideas, but who am I to stop you from hammering your own side?-ed}



Sheesh. Anyway, as I stated, this attack is coming from Obama's left flank, but I do find it interesting that a year on, even some of Captain Awesome's most vocal enablers now realize that he is an empty suit who has no idea what he is doing.

And to make matters worse for the left, the same crew that pulled the wool over the eyes of too many people two years ago now think they can save the day for the 2010 elections.

In addition to Mr. Plouffe, who will primarily work from the Democratic National Committee in consultation with the White House, several top operatives from the Obama campaign will be dispatched across the country to advise major races as part of the president’s attempt to take greater control over the midterm elections, aides said.

“We are turning the corner to a much more political season,” said David Axelrod, a senior adviser, who confirmed Mr. Plouffe’s role. “We are going to evaluate what we need to do to get timely intelligence and early warnings so we don’t face situations like we did in Massachusetts.”



Yeah. This oughta work. They sold a crap sandwich once. But in their arrogance, they think they can do it again? They think they can convince the American public to forget the last year? They think they can convince the unwashed masses that they should ignore their unemployment status, their dwindling bank and savings accounts, their past due mortgages, and give more power to those who made things worse than ever? Ha! We'll see about that, you anal bleachers of awfulness.


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