Most shameless attack campaign (national). President Obama suggesting that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is secretly using foreign money to fund its campaign ads. There's not a shred of evidence that this is true. When Bob Schieffer asked David Axelrod for evidence, he responded, "Well, do you have any evidence that it's not, Bob?" That's like some lunatic claiming that Obama secretly says Muslim prayers at night that no one can see and no one can hear. You ask: What's your evidence? He says: What's yours that he is not? You say: No one's ever seen or heard him do that. He says: Aha, that's exactly my point.
Friday, October 15, 2010
Posted by philmon at Friday, October 15, 2010
Many of my conservative colleagues are quick to condemn some of our conservative-ish brethren (and sistren) in the Republican party when they say something we disagree with -- like when Rove and Krauthammer went off on O'Donnell winning her primary. I thought they were wrong. But they are entitled to be wrong. On the flip side, Rove, Krauthammer, and Cheney have also been responsible for some of the sharper arrows in our quiver ... when they're wrong I'll respectfully disagree with them. But when they get it right, it can be a beautiful thing: