My oh my, such a ‘heart of gold’.
Is this the same one he exhibited the night he got a good sleep before reporting Mary Jo Kopechne being in his car in the pond at Chappaquiddick?
Well, I’ve been a journalist or perhaps a ‘wordsmith’ for nearly 50 years and my hat’s always off to the craftsmanship of those pundits on both the far right and the far left.
Cheri, you’ve done an excellent job of replicating the standard smug, I’m much more astute and intelligent than others, cadre of liberal columnists. I’m glad you chastised Sarah for her misgivings while making sure not to consider one of her counterparts, Hillary, and her ‘wheeling and dealing’ in very questionable business deals, her involvement with personnel at DC, her willingness to overlook Bill’s wanderlust and unfaithful ways and how her daughter must have felt when peers snickered about Bill’s dalliances.
Let’s get serious. George Bush lost it somewhere along the way and placed us in a war we have and had no business begin in. But he didn’t do it without enough support in Congress from both parties. The bottom line this year will be more tuned to the economy than to security and if whichever party that wins doesn’t realize if is small business, not big business and unions; that is entrepreneurs and not persons wanting government to do it for them that will determine if we survive are follow the path of other failed nations.
It was a ‘cute’ article written by, from the appearance of your picture, a ‘cute’ girl. Go get them ‘conservatives’ gal.
With Clinton-Gore, we had Ark/Tn Democrats. Why not this time do Tn/Ark with Thompson-Hucabee?
Leave it to Rolling Stone to have a reporter with a 'potty'' mouth covering a presidential candidate use gutter language to describe a “____” day in New Hampshire.
Obviously it would have required some limited mental exercise to have found an unoffensive, non-gutter language, word.
Rappers mouth filth, celebrate abuse of females and disrespect for law so why can't Rolling Stone follow this example of foul language? They gotta be fashionable.
By the way, if you continue reading Mr. Taibbi's observations you'll note he must be fascinated with the common term used in lieu of 'fecal matter'. Taibbi really shows his command of language when he pens in the comment regarding a public toilet.
The Flyer should get award for sharing Taibbi's masterful prose.
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