Request for help

More proof that either I'm not a conservative, or else someone has done a very poor job of giving me my marching orders:

"Conservatives do love to be told what to say. Saves them the hassle of having to think for themselves," Markos Moulitsas Zuniga crowed....
Will someone please tell me what to say, already?

I'm getting confused.

(As it is, I waste far too much time arguing over what certain "conservatives" try to make me say....)

AFTERTHOUGHT: In the interest of full disclosure, I should point out that it's been well over two years now that I've been waiting for my check from Karl Rove.

Hmmm.....

Maybe Glenn is right about White House ineptitude.

posted by Eric on 12.06.07 at 03:17 PM










Comments

It continues to baffle me why anyone pays attention to Markos or his blog. It's really no more than a boiler's safety valve, where overheated liberals can blow off some steam before the pressure drives them to mass homicide.

Yes, the Right has such haunts, too. Though it didn't start out as such, FreeRepublic has become one. The indicator isn't the specific opinions that prevail at a site, but the weight of vitriol expressed toward those who dare to disagree.

Francis W. Porretto   ·  December 6, 2007 5:01 PM

Buy Joe a case of beer. Have it delivered by Scarlett Johansson.

There's your help.

Joe R.   ·  December 6, 2007 8:16 PM

Could Kos' statement possibly be any more predictable?

You don't need to have a spy inside Townhouse to know what he's going to say.

And if I can predict what he's going to say, without thinking much, that means he isn't thinking much when he writes that drivel.

Daryl Herbert   ·  December 6, 2007 10:01 PM

Sigh. More evidence that most of those on the left have never even met a conservative.

They just have an endless circle-jerk in their sardine can megacities and are never exposed to the slightest right-wing thought unless Jon Stewart uses it as a punchline.

Jeff R   ·  December 7, 2007 7:35 AM

Conservative? Liberal?

For most people, it depends on the issue at hand.

Brett   ·  December 7, 2007 9:45 AM

It's clear what happened. Dan Bartlett was obviously a leftist who "sold out" and became what he thought was a typical conservative.

Joseph Hertzlinger   ·  December 8, 2007 11:12 PM

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