Sunday, February 24, 2008


is terribly out of touch, just like Pres. Fredo. (Via Atrios)
GEORGE WILL: It seems to me Obama’s problem is that you can only be a novelty once, and for a while. And he needs – he’s worked one pedal on the organ quite enough now; this stuff, I’d call it banal eloquence, where he says, ‘In the face of despair, we can still hope.’ I have news for him: Americans aren’t in despair. Look around you. Who’s despairing? We have mild problems.

Mild? The housing bubble burst, taking large parts of the credit market with it; Iraq still looks like a quagmire; Afghanistan is still supplies over 90% of the world's heroin and we have an incompetent Secretary of State.

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