Monday, January 18, 2010

Comment on the Belmont Club:
"Oh my gosh"

Coakley stepped on the Catholic vote with the Emergency Room gaffe.

The poverty pimp from the Urban League thinks that elections are a bad idea.

Well, victory has a thousand fathers, but defeat is an orphan.
If Brown pulls it off then come Wednesday defeat will have ten thousand fingers pointing at possible fathers. This could reopen the civil war between the Kennedy-Obama Democrats and the Clinton faction. For 55 years now the Kennedys have sat on Massachusetts like America's Bourbons. They have forgotten nothing and learned nothing. The Commonwealth must be full of people with thwarted ambitions looking to claw power from them.

(who questioned the Obama-Kennedy connection)
Obama was specifically advanced by Ted Kennedy to block Hillary Clinton. Was Ted a knowing advocate of the whole Cloward-Pliven Soros project of deconstructing Western power? No, for one thing Ted Kennedy was far to selfish to be anyone's servant. What he did care about was muscular politics every bit as unprincipled as that played in Chicago. Remember the attacks on Hillary by Samantha Powers and others? There is no love lost between factions within the Democratic Party. That does not mean that any of them are the good guys.

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