Sunday, July 23, 2006

Buckley deserts Bush!

That's William F. Buckley, the godfather of the conservative movement for 50 years.

"If you had a European prime minister who experienced what we've experienced it would be expected that he would retire or resign," Buckley says.

"I think Mr. Bush faces a singular problem best defined, I think, as the absence of effective conservative ideology — with the result that he ended up being very extravagant in domestic spending, extremely tolerant of excesses by Congress," Buckley says. "And in respect of foreign policy, incapable of bringing together such forces as apparently were necessary to conclude the Iraq challenge."

But of course, he's been replaced by the Neocons long ago. I expect he'll be swift-boated soon.

"He never was a real conservative" -- Brent Bozell
"Never could spell rite" -- Dan Quayle
"No moral center" --- Ralph Reed
"Greedy old coot" -- Jack Abramoff
"He's dead to me" -- Richard Nixon

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