Thursday, November 13, 2008

Anne Coulter: right-wing Republicans never lose disproven

Well, the pair of them did lose. John McCain who specifically chose Sarah Palin as his running mate, lost the Presidential election bid because right-wing Republicans do lose.

they lose because they are as good at going down in the dirt as anybody else.

Had Obama planned some anti-government conspiracy with the likes of Bill Ayers, and there was proof of that, the Republican you're-a-bad-buy-too association-game would have been a valid one.

No such proof exists because there never was any such conspiracy. It never happened. So the Republicans ranting and raving like Coulter and Sean Hannity, and soon enough, O'Reilly and Greta van Susterin were called on their balloon-filled charges, and those charges had as much substance as the helium filled balloon. Which if you well, you know what happens, you get giddy...

Republicans lost key seats not because blacks registered and voted in larger numbers than historically ever before, or youth came out to vote for Obama and other Democrats, and all the usual excuses.

Republicans lost because their message was mired in mud-slinging. It all started out small then gained momentum and amount. Mailers in the final pre-Election weeks alone were enough to line the toilet stalls in Congress.

Filled with innuendo and proven falsehoods, emails circulated daily. One claimed a different father for Obama than recorded; others claimed Obama wasn't a natural born citizen of these United States.

Several used different methods to call Barack Obama himself a killer of innocent babies because he didn't support expanding a law already existing or new legislation that would have been duplicative and potentially reversed Roe v. Wade. Another purported Obama wanted to enable sex education for pre-schoolers.

while one can certainly find enough in Obama policy approaches to disagree with the Republican approach mishandled such issues as genuine Obama concerns about NAFTA and CAFTA and free trade agreements that have caused job losses and more illegal drug activity than ever imagined.

Republicans have had their own problems dealing with illegal aliens, and John McCain's positions were ever-changing.

Republicans lost the White House because Sarah Palin did attract the true base of the Republican Party, the evangelicals and right-wingers who believe and expect every body else to believe their way, too.

they weren't enough.

those who stuck with Palin throughout dismissed her own inattentiveness to details of the law and her lack of any kind of knowledge of foreign affairs.

We find that staffers may have been required to cover for her more unusual uneducated vocalizations in private.

Palin's Larry King Live interview is filled with attention getting comments. A must revisit in CNN archives.

though McCain disappointed, Palin herself was right wing enough. there just weren't enough of that mind to vote for that ticket.

We are all the better off for the loss. Even though we got a potential government-as-solution grower, a supporter of abortion choice, there are enough associations Obama has maintained over the course of his campaign to give hope of room for his own self-conversion.

Maybe he will really read Abraham Lincoln's words, and understand.

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The reign of lame falls mainly on McCain
Anne Coulter
Posted: November 05, 2008

I keep trying to get Democrats to take my advice (stop being so crazy), but they never listen to me. Why do Republicans take the advice of their enemies?

How many times do we have to run this experiment before Republican primary voters learn that "moderate," "independent," "maverick" Republicans never win, and right-wing Republicans never lose?

Indeed, the only good thing about McCain is that he gave us a genuine conservative, Sarah Palin. He's like one of those insects that lives just long enough to reproduce so that the species can survive. That's why a lot of us are referring to Sarah as "The One" these days.

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