Thursday, June 23, 2005

When did we lose the war?

Hugh Hewitthas a post with the transcript of an exchange on Inside Politics. Robert Novak's comments are bad enough, but I've never thought he was the sharpest pencil. Read Paul Begala:
Begala: This whole thing has been a disaster for the country, for our country, and the president seems to be disengaged from reality. The debate in Washington, I think, among those who are observing this, with respect, is the president and his team, are they purposefully misleading us, do they understand what a debacle it is but they are lying, or are they so delusional that they think that we are winning this thing. I have no idea which it is. But I'd like to know, but maybe there are two camps, the reality-based people who understand that we are loosing but they are lying to u and then there's the delusional wing.

Paul Begala and James Carville are considered part of the best and the brightest of the Democratic consultants. Which just serves as another reminder why the Democrats find themselves shipwrecked on an uncharted island listening to Howard Dean, Michael Moore and Dick Durbin explain how the flying monkeys are going to use magic dust to transport them to the promised land.

How pathetic.


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