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Kevin Drum Needs a Mirror

From his blog... well mostly.

Treating 9/11 as just another way to hammer his political opponents was an act of unsurpassed callowness, the response of a man who is congenitally unable to view anything except in terms of smallminded partisan advantage. Instead of using 9/11 as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to unite the nation, George Bush Kevin Drum viewed it as a way to pick up a few seats in the House. the Whitehouse. It is this, more than any other single thing, that I most hold against him.

Somebody look on his Amazon wish list and see if he wants a mirror, obviously the "smallminded partisan" does not own one or he would realize he perfectly desribed himself.

Ironic ain't it?

HAT TIP: Doc Poliblog


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