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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Ouch!

National Review Online now has loads of blogs at their site. One of them is Reconcilable Differences written by George and Kellyanne Conway. This is what that George has to say about the other George -
I've never voted for a Democrat in a general election in my life, and I don't expect to anytime soon, but it's been impossible for me over the past couple of years to get enthused about the Republican party. I voted for President Bush twice, and contributed to his campaign twice, but held my nose when I did it the second time. I don't consider myself a Republican any longer. Thanks to this Administration and the Republicans in Congress, the Republican Party today is the party of pork-barrel spending, Congressional corruption — and, I know folks on this web site don't want to hear it, but deep down they know it's true — foreign and military policy incompetence. Frankly, speaking of incompetence, I think this Administration is the most politically and substantively inept that the nation has had in over a quarter of a century. The good news about it, as far as I'm concerned, is that it's almost over.

And his wife, Kellyanne, of the Polling Company has an interesting post up about the Republicans' carry-on about Congresswoman Kathleen Harris running for Senate in Florida.

My newly reinstated favourite blogger, Jim Geraghty tells it like it is, as he sees it, in his own words, going forward, he says
Any administration is going to have its mistakes, and sometimes, they're going to be big ones. Let's be honest about where the current president and cabinet have botched things, but let's not fool ourselves into nostalgia for some golden age of political and substantive skill.

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