Former Reagan aide, lobbyist lash each other in Virginia primary
By BOB LEWIS
AP Political Writer
June 10, 2006
RICHMOND, Va. -- One Democrat calls his rival the "anti-Christ of outsourcing" U.S. jobs and argues that he's trying to buy a win in the Virginia primary.
The other fires back, labeling his opponent a sexist who is hostile to affirmative action and is, at heart, a Republican.
Well at least we know what these fellows believe is a Moral Equivalence.
Anti-Christ = Republican.
But I wonder if the Republican epithet might just backfire?
Because of all the qualities that can be attributed to Republicans by those who support them and by those who do really think they are the Anti-Christ there is one characteristic that has stood out in recent years.
Republicans as a rule eat up True Democrats at the Polls.
Is it wise to sling an aspersion, which also means Winner at your opponent?
Read the whole text of the article it's worth a chuckle or two.
Reminds me of a previous post I wrote called
The Democratic Party seems to be bound and determined to run off the edge of a cliff.
Howard Dean, Moveon.org and other assorted irrational Bush haters, rather than trying to avoid this,seem to be petulantly complaining they are not stampeding fast enough.
How does Karl Rove do it?