In one rant, Washington Post columnist Michael Kelly wrote that Gore's critique of Bush's Iraq policy " was dishonest, cheap, low. It was hollow. ..." [SNIP] [Washington Post, Sept. 25, 2002] [For more details on the conservative denunciations of Gore, see xonsortiumnews.coms "Politics of Preemption."]
Mainstream columnists also joined the assault,
I find this hilarious. Since when is the WashPost a conservative, non-mainstream outlet?
posted on 01/15/2003 12:14:24 AM PST
(I want to be a Troublemaker when I grow up!)
In all actuality, it was the dems that told Al to take his ball and go home.
Kerry and Edwards also have criticized Bush's Iraq policy... but they are the chosen ones.
Lieberman, Gephardt and Dean will bow out before too long. The dems want someone different.
posted on 01/15/2003 12:52:22 AM PST
(OK Kerry, you can be prez... but HILLARY is VP. Take it or leave it!)
"I find this hilarious. Since when is the WashPost a conservative, non-mainstream outlet?"
And since when is the columnist in question, Michael Kelly, a conservative?
Kelly is a liberal. But he's one of those rare liberals who has somehow retained a conscience -- and the ability to discern right from wrong.
posted on 01/16/2003 6:48:43 AM PST
(The Mainstream Media: IGNORANCE ON PARADE.)
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