Friday, September 5, 2008

RNC blog round-up

Bob Geiger discusses this year's employment of the old Republican strategy, "When you have nothing whatsoever to offer the American people, scare the crap out of them", and what the Republicans neglected to mention.
"For a party that wants to convince Americans that the entire Iraq debacle can somehow be reduced to the small amount of time spent on the "surge," every major speech was missing any acknowledgement whatsoever of the troops who have died and those still serving on the ground in Iraq -- except the couple of instances where they used the troops to lie about Barack Obama's record."

Meanwhile, Stirling Newberry over at The Agonist blogs about the RNC's Festival of Failure.
"John McCain looks dead, because the policy ideas, the political apparatus, and the ideology he comes from are thoroughly discredited by all but his remaining supporters in the Village-American ethnic group which adored him so much."
AmericaBlog's Joe Sudbay points out and discusses that Sarah Palin, with 60 days left in the general campaign, will be going back to Alaska to study.

And, Keith Olbermann had this to say about the RNC showing the video of the Twin Towers coming down:

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