Friday, February 10, 2012

More Catnip For The Likes Of Me . . .


At this point, the GOP looks more like a collection of warring tribes than a cohesive political force. Fiscal conservatives don't have much use for social conservatives. Libertarians and moderates don't get along with either camp. "We are factionalized now as a party," lamented Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.). "We have to come together."

Read the whole thing.

Like I've been saying, sooner or later it will dawn on the commentariot that the GOP just really isn't a political party anymore.

Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Midnight In The Garden Of Goobers And Weasels cont.

Maybe if I try this every other week or so, specially if I feel vindicated; like now.

Maybe, maybe it's beginning to dawn on my colleges in blogolia that the GOP really isn't a party anymore; and that the only, only thing those soldiers for themselves agree on is no new taxes for ever and ever. When that goes, and that might be soon, then it's Katy-bar-the-door.

And tell you what: The Dems are ripe for splitting too--albeit in generally saner and needful directions. Now, that will be interesting . . .