Saturday, May 9, 2009

Baracksheviks Have "Something": Jeb Says So!

Well now, she CERTAINLY has "something!"

The following appeared in the May 3, 2009 Washington Times:

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Saturday that it's time for the Republican Party to give up its "nostalgia" for the heyday of the Reagan era and look forward, even if it means stealing the winning strategy deployed by Democrats in the 2008 elections.

"You can't beat something with nothing, and the other side has something. I don't like it, but they have it, and we have to be respectful and mindful of that," Mr. Bush said.

Jeb, bless his heart, is afflicted with Bushism, a malady more perverse and dangerous than even swine flu. To see Bushism in action, refer to the administrations of H.W. and W.

Bushism causes objects of great substance, when viewed in your rear-view mirror, to appear to be merely "nostalgic." It also leads one to believe that economic programs based on actual economic principles are related to voodoo, and causes one to equate the spending of money with compassion.

Jeb would like us to "steal the strategy" of the Baracksheviks? Pray tell, exactly what was this vaunted "strategy?" Running an empty suit that is addicted to a teleprompter? Refusing to engage the significant issues while doing one's best impression of some weird combination of Jon Bon Jovi and Snoop Dogg? Choosing a candidate based on his "hip/cool quotient?" Emblazoning the country with meaningless, single-word tripe designed to appeal to the most ignorant among us, a la the best Soviet agitprop of the 1970s?

Soviet... errrrr, Barackshevik propaganda at its.... errrrrr, finest!

Having this, the Baracksheviks have "something?"


Perhaps they do have something, but my theory is that it can be cured with antibiotics.

Or reading.

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