- Join Date
- May 2008
- no-man's land in Texas
06-23-2009, 05:42 AM
As for composition, I'd say all of the above... we should have a big tent approach, but like Reagan, not the Dems. By that I mean, convince others that the Reps can and should be trusted on the important matters of security, the economy, etc, and that if you agree with at least some of the platform (the parts that matter to you), join us and we'll just agree to disagree on the rest. The Reps should not be promising the sun and the moon and the stars to every group out there in order to get their vote, nor pretend to be Democrat-lite.The problem in the next four years will be not just that the president of the United States serially does not tell the truth. Instead, the real crisis in our brave new relativist world will be that those who demonstrate that he is untruthful will themselves be accused of lying. - Victor Davis Hanson
06-23-2009, 09:39 AM
O'Reilly and Beck are showmen, that's why they are so entertaining. With Beck, it's kind of fun to try to figure out how much is his act and how much is how crazy he really is.
O'Reilly, on the other hand, is pure act. I like him best when he has someone on his show that everyone agrees is a scumbag, and he tears the guy apart. That's fun. It's not so much fun when they get some internet blogger guy to go head-to-head with him. That's not good sportsmanship.
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