Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Yes, I know the source

And yes, Lanny Davis is Lanny Davis. But if his facts are correct, this is a compelling argument.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

This "-gate" is rusty

Kurt Eichenwald debunks emailgate. Which won't, of course, stop the Times and other CDSers from squeaking.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

This is what ready for prime time looks like

It's so clear why people in their law school class at Yale believed that Bill was the one who had won the lottery. She really is the most substantial and smartest person in any room she walks into.

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Her obsession is eternal - Updated

Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite malignity. Maureen Dowd really is a woman possessed, as mad as a hatter and a continuing stain on the New York Times. And now her hatred for Hillary has led to this: she's pimping the absurd and creepy idea that Joe Biden will challenge for the nomination.

I feel sorry for Biden. But when are they going to drag this madwoman away from the podium?

Whatever else this vomititious spew produces, it will make Bob Somersby's pen explode.

Update: And, of course, the obsessive enabler is primarily at fault. The Times itself has a Hillary problem of long standing -- a problem that cannot, it seems, be expunged by the familiar best disinfectant.

Update 2: Bob doesn't disappoint. This is exactly how I react to Dowd's piece. The melodrama, sentimentality and cruelty of claiming that a dying saint used his last breath to warn against the Clinton-devils incarnate is not only a profound slander on Hillary and Bill, but it's also a horribly creepy manipulation of Joe and Beau Biden. One must ask: Have you left no sense of decency, Ms. Dowd? Have you no sense of decency?

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Prime time - readiness division

We can already confirm that reports of Jeb Bush's political death are post-mature. It's not just that his out-of-touchitude is immediately being underlined by the data -- as in the wire-service pieces on his gaffe -- but that it plays into an already strongly-held existing narrative, the congenital out-of-touchness of his family: 41's supermarket scanner gaffe, Dubya after Katrina, and Jeb's own flubbing of the most obvious question he would be given as he began his campaign, on Iraq.

Further, the great sucking sound we're hearing is of the air rushing out of the GOP clown car and into the lungs of epic-fail candidates. So far, it's the Donald and the Jeb! and the, er, Tanned One. The others will follow. In fact, that sucking sound is the noise that an institution and culture in decline makes.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Gail Sheehy nails it

Didn't expect to write a headline like that -- but she's right on the money. This is why Hillary will win in a romp -- and why she'll be a great president.