OMT One Man's Trash...from Norman Leahy

Tuesday, November 01, 2005 :::

The WaPo's Sympathies and Wishes

From the TD editorial page:

According to The Washington Post, "Kilgore's Record May Be Polarizing." What's more, "Ads May Hurt Kilgore More Than They Help," says The Post. Not only that, but "Pat Robertson's Fierce Rhetoric May Have Diminished His Political Clout," according to . . . The Post. Oh, and as for Supreme Court nomination battles, you-know-who says "Conservatives' Tactics Against Miers May Backfire Next Time." In the subjunctive-mood universe of The Post, lots of bad things may happen to Republicans and to conservatives. Then again, they may not; the headlines amount to mere speculation. But it's not difficult to tell where The Post's sympathies -- if not its fervent wishes -- may lie.

"April is the cruelest month." And "May" is the sum of liberal desires.

::: posted by Norman Leahy at 11/01/2005 0 comments


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