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No More "Mr. Obama Is a Nice Guy"

PatInTexas Wrote: Apr 21, 2012 7:28 AM
Can't give what you don't have. Might want to take a look at his professors, teachers, including those in Indonesia, parent(s), and those whom he admires and calls friends. He learned the same way we did. From whomever was doing the teaching and whomever we think of as someone we would imitate. Bill Ayers. Lets start there. " . . . Constitutional Law, be so dense as to say that if the Supreme Court overturned Obamacare, it would be an unprecedented act. " Ayers tactics. It's not stupid or dense. It is a tactic, a planned behavior to produce a desired result.
There is a reflexive desire among a certain species of moderate Republicans to be perceived as "civil" by liberal opponents who believe that the mere existence of free-market, limited-government conservatism is an indecent affront to humankind. All aboard the U.S.S. Lost Cause.

This disastrous, bend-over bipartisanship is a hard habit to break. In 2008, Arizona Sen. John McCain rode the "Barack Obama is a nice guy, but vote for me" wave to crashing defeat. In 2012, McCain's endorsee, Mitt Romney, has made "Barack Obama is a nice guy but in over his head" a standard stump-speech talking point.

Conservatives of good will who've...