Sunday, March 29, 2009

Being Offensive

From Drudge Retort:

Yesterday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters he is convinced that the public will again embrace conservatives now that President Bush is gone: "President Bush had become extremely unpopular, and politically he was sort of a millstone around our necks in both 06 and 08. We now have the opportunity to be on offense."

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Wait a second... you mean the GOP wasn't 'on the offensive' for the past eight years? Good grief, I don't see how they can be any more offensive than they already are.

And Bush was a 'millstone' around their necks? Ye Gods man!! Bush was like a pile of millstones on top of us. Glad to see that reality eventually does 'trickle down.'

1 comment:

Kaye Fissinger said...

Trickle down reality is not here yet, Doug. It's nothing more than a "blame it on Bush" pivot that the Party of No hopes will stick.