The problem is as to what branch the election is swung because I don’t see any available landing point after the jump other than into a new tree.
The Republican Party’s “new Liberal branch” is infested with a lot of bugs. Among them, a preponderance of accusers, maligners and disrespectors of the voters. To wit, this stupid — it appears to be intentionally insulting — statement from George Bush: that anyone who doesn’t support his “immigration deal” (when was it ever a deal; last I read — today — S.B.1348 was still in the Senate, yet to reach the House and the vast majority of American voters are very, very much in disagreement with the legislation and with Bush for his secret spinning with the loathesome “(Senate) Gang of 12“), that those who don’t support this “deal” “don’t know what’s good for America.”
At this point, that statement begs the rhetorical retort: “as if he does.”
For more insight into how the Republican Party has met the same high-water horror rung as the Democratic Party — and why — these interesting articles.
This one’s astute, unfortunately:
The Republican implosion
This one’s astute, too:
But what takes the prize in horror stories from a truly reprehensibly misguided mind, is this opinion piece from the wicked Linda Chavez. I describe her as wicked because I’ve tried to give her the benefit of the doubt over the years past but she consistently espouses wickedness:
Calling this socio-political hate speech (Bush’s statement is hateful, so are Chavez’s) as mendaciousness is too nice. Because what is espoused is intolerable: cruel, unkind, flat-out wrong.
And, about great comments, take a look at what America thinks of Linda Chavez’s loathesome opinion (scroll to bottom of the column).