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”.