The Republicanphobia Drive

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The “Palin-Fox-Beck-Breitbart bomb throwers,” that’s how a New York Times columnist described the scary ranks of republican ‘radicalism’ in an attempt to build Republicanphobia before midterm elections.

[T]he conservative establishment in both Washington and the press has been relentless in its effort to separate the G.O.P. from the excesses of the Palin-Fox-Beck-Breitbart bomb throwers and from wacky Tea Party senatorial candidates …..

….what we can discern of the Republican “ideas” lying in wait almost makes Bush’s conservatism actually seem compassionate. N.Y. Times

While it was pointed out that Obama is unstrategically using the passé anti-Bush smear campaign against Republicans by asserting that nothing has changed in the Republican camp since Bush, one logical piece of advice emerged:  that Obama will do well to pay attention to the staggering unemployement rate.  Now throw in the suggestion of creating a ruthless Republicanphobia drive, Democrats may shore up their chances on November 2nd, at least in the eyes of Leftist strategists.

It’s no secret that Obama is sliding in the polls, so formulating a viable election platform necessitates doing more than appearing on The View and berating Bush.  Even Rosie O’Donnell slammed his appearance, insisting the show is too “fluffy” for a world leader, while commending her former co-hosts for a “good booking”.

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  • davarino

    Its fun watching truth win the day. Its hard to fight against truth. The harder you fight the more it fights back. The harder you fight the more obvious it becomes that the truth fighter is a sham, a liar. Why do you think "leaders" of this ilk, in the end, have to take control of the system by violent means? Because it becomes painfully obvious to everyone what this "leader" is really all about. Cases in point, any dictator you can think of…….

  • Rifleman

    The only GOP politician to make their top enemy list is Sarah Palin. That's telling.

  • coyote3

    If the current conservatives, and they are not ideal, just the best for now, should be dismissed so easily why are they so angry about this. It should be easy, right?

  • Stephen D.

    The problem is that accusations are made against the conservatives and there is limited outlets for them to counter the charges, Even if they can be countered. Remember, it is near impossible to prove a negative. I would think the Conservatives would take a page from the "Rules for Revolutions" that the left operates from and fight fire with fire. Go after them with charges. The difference is, as was said earlier, the truth is on their side.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    Time is just such and effective voice for the DipParty, well not really I do not see
    any evidence they are not still in free fall as a news outlet. The charges that should
    be leavied against Obama & Co. should be the misappropriation of our tax
    dollars, the spending of which is outrageous. Everyone is hurting financially but
    the political class of crooks. We need new people in political office that have no
    ties to professional con artists, none and no connection with special interests
    bleeding us dry. November is our only chance to redirect before we crash………William

  • tanstaafl

    Don King, the fight promoter, once said that you can't "sell the steak without the sizzle". Now that our Dear Leader's sizzle has fizzled, we are left with the discovery that there is no steak. Democratic policy in our current economic downturn is to recycle the mistakes of the past. It is no wonder that the left can do little but demonize it's opponents.

  • DanWright

    When you are runnuing a Con-game, promoting one Ponzi Scheme after another, utilizing the European Union and California as your "Wish-list" model, and then your model collapse's under trhe weight of reality, you have no option but to distract your "Marks" from the disasters.

    This is just "Slight-of-Hand", and when coupled with their "Divide and Conquor" attacks utlizing gullible Blacks and Hispanics, you have what we are witnessing today.

    Their problem is, that the "Unedumacated and Great Unwashed" are not uneducated, nor are we stupid. More and more are seeing the end-game, and rejecting the socialist Democrats out of hand.

  • Tar_n_Feathers

    I can smell the fear from my backyard.

  • fmobler

    Who is this guy Palin Beck Fox-Breitbart. He (or it is a she?) sounds pretty scary throwing bombs 'n stuff. He does have a funny name though. I mostly don't like people with funny names. They give me the creeps, like regular names aren't good enough for them.

  • bettyboop

    As a total news junkie with pretty much all day access to mainstream webnews, I have sensed the lefty attacks accelerating in the last week- and they are ludicrous, unfounded lies, generally, but presented in with mainstream news stories. Rarely, I see some revealing story about the left faltering, but this random blathering about entirely made up evil supposedly planned and perpetrated by the Republicans and Tea Partiers is everywhere. Not sure what would be the best strategy except continuing to spread the truth.