When Did We Get the Drama Queens on Our Side?
Doug Riehl, who's usually a sensible blogger indulges himself in a little melodrama
This ain't good. If McCain wins South Carolina and this Monday endorsement goes through, it'll help him win Florida, too. Geraghty thinks it could be over if McCain wins both. Time to start a conservative party, I guess.
Yes, Doug, that's a wonderful idea. Gee, the last two major third parties to garner significant support gave us Bill Clinton and Woodrow Wilson, who wouldn't want to be a midwife to the third party that could bequeath a Hillary Clinton legacy to us all?
Look, the conservatives didn't enter a pony in the race, how the heck are they supposed to win? They tried to saddle up Mitt Romney, a guy who ran as a non-Lothario Ted Kennedy in his senate race with the Swimmer. They tried to climb aboard the Fred Thompson bandwagon, but that wasn't going anywhere. They tried to convince themselves that Rudy Giuliani was okay, despite the cross-dressing and the divorces and the pro-choice, pro-gay rights stances.
And now they want to cancel the race because all their horses have pulled up lame?
Labels: McCain Derangement Syndrome