September 4, 2008

Oh sure, he'll follow it to the gates of hell

"John McCain... vowed Thursday night to vanquish the 'constant partisan rancor' plaguing the nation as he launched his fall campaign for the White House." —Associated Press

Selections from this week's major GOP convention speeches:

Mitt Romney: "We need change all right — change from a liberal Washington to a conservative Washington... Did you hear any Democrats talk last week about the threat from radical, violent jihad? Republicans believe that there is good and evil in the world... Republicans prefer straight talk to politically correct talk... And we will never allow America to retreat in the face of evil extremism!"

Rudy Giuliani: "For four days in Denver, the Democrats were afraid to use the words "Islamic terrorism."... The Democratic Party had given up on Iraq. And I believe, ladies and gentlemen, when they gave up on Iraq, they had given up on America."

Fred Thompson: "He is the most liberal, most inexperienced nominee to ever run for president. Apparently they believe that he would match up well with the history-making, Democrat-controlled Congress. History-making because it's the least accomplished and most unpopular Congress in our nation's history."

George W. Bush: "The Democrats had taken control of Congress and were threatening to cut off funds for our troops."

Posted by Daniel Radosh


It's like the audacity of hope, only instead of "hope," "being a douchebag."

The McCain-Palin ticket is already getting caught in too many flat-out lies to have any credibility. The idea that the Republicans under McCain's "leadership" will want to change Washington is a complete joke.

Exactly! My friends, those are perfect examples of the kind of partisan rancor that McCain will overcome!

p.s. Change!

Update for the culture wars: NYT prints movie title "Young people Fucking":


John McCain vowed to "follow Osama bin Laden to the gates of my condominium complex where I will tell him to get off the grass and then have security ask him to leave"

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