Saturday, September 13, 2008

Full of it(self) media: I don't make a habit of linking Charles Krauthammer, but he nailed it this time. He was one of the first people to use the term "Bush Doctrine", and he shows that it has four meanings, the most recent being Bush's desire to spread democracy to the four corners of the earth.

I watched Gibson's interview of Sarah Palin, and it made me think of the old pattern of sneering liberals who assume conservatives are stupid, and then turn out to be wrong on just about everything they believe. And the media wonders why we loathe them.

2 comments:

  1. It's not that she was confused as to which of four possible meanings Gibson was referring to; she quite clearly had never even heard of it.

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  2. Ron, Krauthammer shows that the 'Bush Doctrine' has NO meaning. It's an empty vessel, like Bush's head, into which the neocons can pour their newest, craziest ideas for world domination.

    Krauthammer KNOWS that conservatives are stupid, if by 'conservatives' we mean Bush, McCain, Palin, and the people who vote for these puppets.

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