May 5, 2009

Obama Thuggery Allegation Gets a Second Witness

Via HotAir:

One participant in negotiations said that the administration’s tactic was to present what one described as a “madman theory of the presidency” in which the President is someone to be feared because he was willing to do anything to get his way. The person said this threat was taken very seriously by his firm.

Nice to know that my first knee-jerk, and almost visceral objection to his shoe-in nomination was the fact that he's a (cover your ears) Fuckin' Chicago Politician.

It was enough of a reason over a year ago and looks to be standing the test of time as he's proving to be more of a thug than an idealist. That's small comfort.

Against that, dear Mr. Steele, you are prepared to fight? Your washed-up and warmed-over seconds and politically hackneyed phrases up against coordinated thuggery by your government and Media? Good luck with that. Day by day, the Republican Party proves its feckless unworthiness to its constituency. That makes me madder than anything Obama does.

Moderation is overrated. Someone please find the jumper cables and yell, clear!

We have better hope of raising the Reagan Zombies up from the dead than resurrecting the Republican Party.


Hammer said...

Steele is the last nail in the coffin go the GOP. He is weak, inarticulate and has too many liberal viewpoints

GUYK said...

Think Libertarian unless the American Conservative party can get off the ground with a know name or two and fifty million bucks or so...

Jim - PRS said...

The handling of the Chrysler matter is possibly the most sickening, infuriating and frankly terrifying thing The One's Administration has done so far.

The media's and Republicans' apparent lack of screaming outrage makes things that much worse.

PeggyU said...

Jim - That's because he hasn't got his health care plan up and running yet.

QP said...

"Someone please find the jumper cables and yell, clear!"

wv sez "lifici"

Attach the cables to the jugular - give 'em a life hicky.

Sounds Dumb, but WTH.