Tuesday, September 07, 2004

With friends like this, Bush'll win by a landslide

Unbelievable. I thought it had to be a fluke when I read one article giving Kerry a strong hint what his next direction should be, but now there are numerous ones that echo it like this one by grating feminist idiot Susan Estrich. And their consensus? The Kerry campaign hasn't been mean enough.

I'm not making this up. I wish I were making it up. In the year that has brought us allegations that Bush was a draft dodger (um, like Clinton, you mean? Never really thought that one was much of a starter.), a movie by Michael Moore that's nothing less than pure propaganda, attacks every day on Bush's foreign and domestic policy, a plethora of purely hit-piece books -- including one that allegedly has instructions on how to assassinate Bush, Kerry's friends are telling him he needs to get meaner.

So rather than face the charges, rather than try to give anyone the idea that he would be a fit commander-in-chief in spite of his less than stellar performance in Vietnam, rather than try to convince those who want so much to believe in him that he could govern well in spite of a pitiful and lack-lustre voting record for 20 years ... they want him to open up the can. They want him to Hulk out, to unloose Kerry of the Jungle. Someone at a stop in West Virginia even gave him a gun. Watch out!

It's all good news, as near as I can tell. Remember my first post about Bush winning just because the country isn't ready yet to take all the bile the left is spewing? Well, I'm thinking that with all of these good friends and all this good advice, Bush could win a third and fourth term. Go, Carville! Go, Estrich!


Blogger Matt said...

If you think of democracy as what we do instead oc civil war what she said made sense. It has always been the American political tradition to do everything short of shooting each other to gain power. And sometimes we do shoot each other. Politics is ugly. It is about brute force not wisdom. Of course, we are waiting for our King to return.

September 15, 2004 at 8:29 AM  

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