Carol Platt Liebau: Way to Go, Howard

Monday, May 22, 2006

Way to Go, Howard

Looks like Howard Dean's DNC can't even defeat one of the most incompetent mayors in US history in the primary -- and that's saying something.

Should Dean have been trying to get Nagin pitched out, surreptitiously, at that? I wonder how Nagin's solid core of Democratic voters feels about Dean's maneuver.


Blogger wrabkin said...

Even Drudge has now retracted this lie. Don't you think you should, too? God knows you have much more honor, dignity, and respect for the truth that him.

5:22 PM  
Blogger MrJ said...

I wonder whether you will show any class and apologize for posting this blatant fabrication. The haste with which you and Drudge rushed to your keyboards to post this drivel reveals much about your latent -isms!

5:28 PM  
Blogger Mr. Twister said...

Wrabkin, Carol never retracts any lie she posts. It would take up most of her time if she actually corrected the record when it is proven she has spoken falsely.

10:27 PM  
Blogger wrabkin said...

Carol did retract the Jason Leopold LA Times thing above. She is a classy and dignifed woman. Why she treats slime like Drudge and Hugh Hewitt with such respect is something I'll never understand.

By the way, Drudge had to recall two lies yesterday -- the other one was about Al Gore. But you can bet both these stories will show up in RNC talking points forever.

7:34 AM  
Blogger Greg said...

Hugh Hewitt DESERVES respect. Drudge, on the other hand, ...

8:33 AM  
Blogger wrabkin said...

Hugh Hewitt deserves respect for what? Mindlessly parroting RNC spin points? Even a trained monkey can do that -- even Michael Medved!

9:39 AM  
Blogger Pete said...

Looks like the pot calling the kettle black! Ever wrabkin can mindlessly parrot the DNC spin points - just like twisted and Howard Dean!


12:26 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

Hewitt hardly parrots the Republican National Committee talking points.

He whole-heartedly supports Republican/conservative principles, true. But he also gives difficult but sound advice to the Republican Party.

He's a shrewd and forceful advocate. I'm sure the RNC would love it if he only spoke from their point of view. But he does not.

The RNC would do well to take his advice more often than they do.

9:24 AM  

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