Saturday, January 21


This is hysterically funny. Karl Rove, in attacking Democrats, paints the very picture of a Bush Republican politico:

Rove referred only indirectly to the corruption issue, warning Republicans against becoming complacent in power. "The GOP's progress during the last four decades is a stunning political achievement," he said. "But it is also a cautionary tale of what happens to a dominant party -- in this case the Democrat Party -- when its thinking becomes ossified, when its energy begins to drain, when an entitlement mentality takes over, and when political power becomes an end in itself rather than a means to achieve the common good."

I particularly like that last phrase -- "to achieve the common good" -- as if the Republican Party of Bush, Cheney, Hastert and DeLay has ever tried to advance the good of anyone other than their corporate cronies and the politically connected wealthy.

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