February 10, 2004

Political Football

Roger L. Simon writes about the inanities of partisan politics.

If you do it, it sucks! If we do it, it rules!


Posted by Michael J. Totten at February 10, 2004 09:25 PM
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Yep, that about sums up today's politics. Republicans lost their minds in the 90s and now the shoe's on the other foot.

Posted by: Michael Hall at February 11, 2004 08:47 AM

You know, it wouldn't bother me nearly so much if I didn't have to listen to people tell me in all seriousness that Their Side is going to have to start fighting dirty now (see here for a couple good examples). Start fighting dirty? We are talking about American politics, right?

Posted by: Moe Lane at February 11, 2004 09:08 AM

Ironically, Simon is one of the most partisan Bush-backers in the blogosphere.

Posted by: Steve Smith at February 11, 2004 02:41 PM



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