Saturday, July 15, 2006

I blame Al Gore - DJ Drummond has a long essay on Stolen Thunder titled: “A short history of modern political madness.” Here’s an excerpt: “It should be understood that strong emotions have played a role in American Politics since its beginning, especially on the national stage, but the present condition is far more pervasive and serious in its ramifications. The 2006 and 2008 elections will likely be the meanest and dirtiest in memory. This is because of two key trends; the sharp increase in post-election partisanship, and the terminal decline in political power of the Democratic Party.” Check it out.

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Remember when the Dems impeached a GOP President, just 'cause? said...

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Anonymous said...

??? WTF? (above comment)

Unfortunately, DJ suffers from the impression that Jimmy Carter had a "Doctorate in nuclear physics."

Far as I can tell, he got a bachelor of science from the Naval Academy, joined Rickovers's group, studied a little nuclear physics and became a nuclear power operator on a sub. (I'm not sure how close that job is to Homer Simpson's, but I'm pretty sure that doesn't even support Carter's claim of being a nuclear engineer.)

Overall, an interesting post, but I'm not convinced.

Anonymous said...

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