I get what Legal Insurrection is doing, here, and I support it as a valid attempt to shame – but it’s not going to shame the shameless, i.e., Media Matters for America. What it hopefully might do is help warn off people who mistakenly feel that MMFA is something else besides a deeply cynical, race-baiting group that likes to lie and scare people into supporting it.
Oh, and MMFA is made up of hypocrites. Cowards for hiding from this story, too. But then, that’s why they’ve always been strictly B-list. And no, I’m not going to tell you who the A-list is, either. They’d jump for joy for the free advertising from a RedState front-pager.
Hot Air’s Jazz Shaw, at the end of a cynically amused post watching – and mocking – the administration’s futile attempts to convince the bitter clingers in flyover country that the Democrats don’t hate coal:
It looks like [Pennsylvania Democrat Rep.] Mark Critz (who replaced Jack Murtha) won’t even be attending the Democratic convention. This is known in some circles as “distancing yourself from the President.” In other circles it’s known as abandoning a sinking ship with the rats.
Continue reading #rsrh QotD, “Run AWAY! Run AWAY!” edition.
They simply cannot answer this simple, straightforward, almost stripped-down question:
Is the President really willing to risk the U.S. defaulting on its debt just to avoid having to vote again on a bill before the Presidential election?
…Because there is no good answer to it. If the answer is ‘no,’ then the President will be imitating Governor Mark Dayton on Minnesota and accepting the extremely reasonable and fiscally sensible requirements of Congressional Republicans*. If the answer is ‘yes,’ then the President needs to explain why he’s treating the situation as if it’s the modern-day equivalent of the Alvarez Event.
Hence the ducking of the question. The cowards.
Moe Lane Continue reading #rsrh The question no Democrat dares answer today.