October 26, 2006

And I Mean It From the Bottom of My Heart

"[Hugh] Hewitt, and many of the pro-Republican bloggers/pundits/radio jabberers that he cites, have taken such a long breather from justifying their party's policies that they've forgotten how to... The problem isn't that the authors and bloggers are negative. Hey, that's campaigning. The problem is their lack of ideas, their lack of a defense of the GOP, their lack of interest in justifying the party to its former faithful. They hate being told that the beloved party might need to be kicked into the minority to rediscover its reason for being. They hate it so much that they can provide scary pictures of Nancy Pelosi, nasty names for anti-PATRIOT Act Democrat Jon Tester, and even more evidence that they desperately need a little time back on the bench.
Dave Weigel of Reason.com, pointing out all that's wrong in modern-day GOP punditry, in a piece smartly called "I Just Blogged to Say I Hate You." Posted by Stephen Silver at October 26, 2006 01:59 AM

pot . . . kettle

Posted by: J. Lichty at October 26, 2006 02:58 PM
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