Wednesday, March 14, 2007
Andy McCarthy explains rather cogently why conservatives should defend Alberto Gonzales even if he doesn't deserve it.
This entire deal is more anti US Democratic Party crap.
Bush should fire another dozen just to push it up Chuck Schumers dark moist place.
It gets harder and harder to take the two principal parties in this country seriously, but I would hate like hell for this country to end up with five or six smaller parties all represented in Congress. Can you imagine how difficult it would be to run the country then?
Man, I hate to read this:
Burglar's Pants Keep Falling Down During Heist
Sandy’s friends really need to intervene. This is no longer funny.
Had the Attorney General been more forceful in the first case, this might have been avoided.
OH? Never mind.
Q. Is it surprising that a soi-disant conservative would urge the protection of a republican hack who lied to Congress.
A. No. Because for soi-disant conservatives allegiance to the truth is valued only as a sword to use against all who would dispute their claim to power. Thus, when a soi-disant conservative is caught lying, McCarthy concludes, we simply are confronted with a "manufactured scandal." The claim to power must defended at all costs. The issue for McCarthy is protecting an extension of executive authority - not the moral integrity, not even the simple standard of avoiding criminality, of those who exercise that authority.
And those who object to the soi-disant conservatives whose political philosophy originates from the first premise: iokiyar - hell, let's just call them traitors and faggots and be done with it.