Morton Kondracke, however, on FNCs Special Report with Brit Hume, was appalled: I think we can all really thank God that Al Gore was not elected President of the United States. I question whether this man is stable in a crisis. I mean, hes clearly out of control of his words... Noting how Gore alleged that Bush has betrayed the country, Kondracke, a columnist for Roll Call, referred to that as an instance of Gore saying wild things that are beyond the bounds and irrational.
I was shocked to see quasi-liberal Morton say this, but was even more shocked when Mara Liasson of NPR essentially agreed with him!
posted on 02/10/2004 9:24:42 AM PST
(I've got my eye out for Mullah Omar.)
Mort has become more supporative of the President lately.
Don't Dean, Gore, Hillary sound more and more like Hitler in one of his screaming rants?
posted on 02/10/2004 9:31:21 AM PST
This is twice inside of two weeks I've heard Mort seeming to "get it." Two for two.
Maybe he's starting to see the light after all this time.
posted on 02/10/2004 9:32:19 AM PST
(Just my opinion, of course. Your mileage may vary. You have the right to be wrong.)
It was a stunning moment wasn't it?
posted on 02/10/2004 9:32:34 AM PST
posted on 02/10/2004 9:51:26 AM PST
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