Thursday, December 08, 2005

You Can Think It, But You Can't Say It

"Dean's take on Iraq makes even less sense than the scream in Iowa: Both are uninformed and unhelpful". Rep. Jim Marshall (D-Ga.) is very harsh, but according to the Washington Post, he is not the only Democrat to fear that his leaders' rhetorical blasts could harm efforts to win control of Congress next year. History repeats itself: Democrats' positions shifted to the extreme left, that's a fact, but when the elections are near, they can't afford to make their ideas too public. If they say what they really think, the risk is to loose elections until 2050.

Round-Up: Just One Minute, Hugh Hewitt, Discriminations, Protein Wisdom, Baldilocks, Right Side of the Rainbow, South Dakota Politics, Clear and Present, Ragged Thots, Speed of Thought, Blogs for Bush, Daily Pundit, Mad Mikey, Winds of Change, Alarming News, The Political Teen, Wizbang, WunderKraut, Between Two World, PoliPundit, Say Anything, Hoystory, New England Republican, BrothersJudd, The Urban Grind, Swanky Conservative, California Conservative, INDC Journal, The Politicker, Froggy Ruminations, Outside The Beltway, EuphoricReality, IMAO, Pardon My English, Right Wing Nut, GOP and the City.

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