Party of thugs
On Monday night, I happened to see the last segment of Sean Hannity’s program, with that stupid “all-American panel” which generally consists of fourth rate “conservatives” and fourth-rate liberals of the type Hannity loves to hang out with. One of the panelists was Bob Beckel, former Democratic strategist, former host of CNN’s Crossfire, and now a frequent guest on Hannity. In an exchange about the Republican candidates, Beckel suggested that it doesn’t matter who wins the Republicans nomination, because, “whoever they nominate, we’re going to make him pay.”
I have been saying for some time that the Democrats are a party with a criminal mind. They are also, quite openly, a party of thugs.
James P. writes:
Beckel said that it doesn’t matter who wins the Republicans nomination, because, “whoever they nominate, we’re going to make him pay.” This is the counter to the argument that “we can’t nominate X” (where X might be Palin or Bachmann, for example) “because the liberals hate X and will turn out in droves to vote against X.” The fact is, whoever the Republicans nominate will be vilified. In fact, the Republicans should not nominate anyone who does not understand the implacable hatred of the Democrats, and thinks, like George W. Bush, that he can somehow win over, or bribe, or appease, or reason with the Democrats. Such an effort is doomed to failure and should never even be attempted. I suspect Romney is just the type of person who thinks he can “reach out” successfully to his relentless enemies.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at June 29, 2011 10:10 AM | Send