Republican desperation

Today’s Flash Report has a post from Michael Der Manouel which expresses the desire of some (many?) in the GOP and grow a pair this national election cycle.

Mike can’t wait to go kick some Democratic booty.

He writes: The RNC doesn’t understand that we want a Party that fights Democrats, takes it right to them, gets in their faces and kicks there a**es;In the daily onslaught against Republicans by Democrat leaders, we want a Party that hits backMike cites the lack of convinction of the national GOP to run the negative ads highlighting Obama’s pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, making inflammatory statements as a surefire GOP winner.

Mike cites the lack of convinction of the national GOP to run the negative ads highlighting Obama’s pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, making inflammatory statements as a surefire GOP winner.Civility is for losers.  We are playing for keeps in this country in 2008.  We are worse than even money to both lose the White House and fall below 40 in the Senate.  Anybody at the RNC have a clue?

I don’t know Mike.  How about running a campaign on issues that matter, like..the War in Iraq, Rising Inflation, the High Cost of Food and Fuel, Healthcare, Massive Budget Deficits and Out of Control Rising National Debt.  How about those thing?  Instead, we’re going to focus on Obama’s pastor.  What’s next, flag label pins as a measure of patriotism? 

I agree with Mike on one thing; civility is for losers.  That’s why we’ll keep bringing up McCain’s flip flops, struggle with anger management, his advanced age, his support for a failed and expensive war, his lifelong government healthcare, his coziness with lobbyists (even ones who aren’t half his age and female), his role in the Lincoln Savings & Loan, his massive flip flops, and how he’s violating the rules of his own McCain-Feiingold campaign finance reform law. 

 

  1 comment for “Republican desperation

  1. anon
    April 27, 2008 at 9:34 am

    “civility is for losers”

    What the hell is this country coming to?

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