Drama Queen Conservative Bloggers
Add Jeff Goldstein to the list
I will not, will not, vote for John McCain.
Oh, and he won't vote for Mike Huckabee, either, and would have to hold his nose to vote for Mitt Romney. If Fred doesn't win the nomination then Jeff's going to sit this one out. LOL! Funniest thing Goldstein's ever written.
One of John Hawkins' weekend guests does a little DQ herself
Jeff captures my ennui perfectly. And this reminds me of what I've written before: bloggers are a different breed than the average American. The air we breath on the conservative side is as rarefied as the air breathed in newsrooms around America.
No, it's as rarefied as the air breathed in the liberal blogosphere. And I mean that seriously. The idiot lib-bloggers spent all of 2006 trying to beat a Democrat because he was an apostate on one issue. The conservative bloggers look like they're going to be spending all of 2008 trying to beat a Republican because he was an apostate on one issue.
And don't try to convince me it's more than that one issue. McCain-Feingold? Tell me that you're seriously going to sit out an election because of campaign finance laws. Torture (which Goldstein mentions)? Hey, I disagree with the senator on that issue, but guess what? He actually knows what torture is like, unlike Jeff or me.
You know, everybody on the conservative side of the aisle got a big laugh out of the gag that Hillary's new theme song was, "It's My Party, and I'll Cry If I Want To", and now what happens? Less than two weeks later, they're singing it too!
I'm sorry your guy lost. Go ahead and drink in the afternoon for a couple days, then get over it. I thought my guy was toast months ago, but did I start posting about how I could never vote for Mitt Romney or Rudy Giuliani? No, because I don't have that "L" in the middle of my forehead.
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