January 27, 2011
by Dr Leo Strauss •
Acolytes In Media •
Tags: Journalism, Media, pundits • 9 Comments
When Uncle Pat abandons ship . . . Sarah Palin finally has no one left to defend her.
Feb 08, 2011 @ 09:42:30
Cafe Terminus update, CPAC is about to step off the tram. . . CPAC’s problem is more fundamental than gays or Muslim terrorists. The American Conservative Union and its affiliated foundation are broke. And like almost all Movement conservatives who talk about free enterprise and small companies, in general they don’t know anything about running an actual business. Instead they are addicted to being courtiers to plutocrats, sucking up for patronage. THAT’S their trickle down economy. And their accustomed patrons are literally, not figuratively, saying ‘Fuck you.’
We declined a free pass to CPAC this year for a variety of reasons. Next year will be a new more values voters CPAC Board. Good riddance to the whole lot.
Jan 29, 2011 @ 07:56:47
Sputnik Moment? Huh. Challenger Moment, more like.
Jan 28, 2011 @ 15:02:19
Tweety has long talked about Mubarak as America’s great friend and a great guy – So he should be interesting tonight trying to figure out which way the wind is blowing.
Jan 27, 2011 @ 22:14:32
Ok – we watched the clip – Uncle Pat thinking to himself: “Sometime anti-enlightenment, pre ancien regime, pre vatican 2, pre vatican 1, pre Kant + Locke conservatism asks too much.”
Dr Leo Strauss
Jan 27, 2011 @ 21:06:31
She was lucky to pull out of CPAC earlier. The knives are out across the board.
Jan 27, 2011 @ 20:41:07
We have not yet watched the clip – but we always assumed she would lack the mental discipline to follow Uncle Pat’s sister Bay’s simple tutorials (which would have helped). Poor Palin.
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