Ever since David Frum lost his job with the Bush Administration because his nitwit wife couldn’t keep her goddamn mouth shut, he’s been itching to stick it to the Republicans. Now that all of the potential 2012 Republican nominees are dropping like flies because they’re either fucking nuts or nuts about fucking , Frum has decided to go after the last (Mor)man standing:
There are two Romneys: the pragmatic, results-oriented candidate who got himself elected Republican governor of Massachusetts — and the phoney hyper-ideological ex-candidate who addressed the Republican convention in St. Paul in 2008:
For decades, the Washington sun has been rising in the east — Washington has been looking to the eastern elites, to the editorial pages of the Times and the Post, and to the broadcasters from the coast.
If America really wants change, it’s time to look for the sun in the west, cause it’s about to rise and shine from Arizona and Alaska!
Last week, the Democrats talked about change. But let me ask you — what do you think Washington is right now, liberal or conservative? Is a Supreme Court liberal or conservative that awards Guantanamo terrorists with constitution rights? It’s liberal! Is a government liberal or conservative that puts the interests of the teachers union ahead of the needs of our children? — It’s liberal!
Is a Congress liberal or conservative that stops nuclear power plants and off-shore drilling, making us more and more dependent on Middle East tyrants? — It’s liberal!
Is government spending – excluding inflation – liberal or conservative if it doubles since 1980? — It’s liberal!
Twenty years of Republican presidencies since 1980? Eighteen years of Republican majorities in the Senate? Twelve years of Republican majorities in the House? Seven of the nine Supreme Court appointments? Never happened! And for that matter, Massachusetts isn’t in the east either.
Back off Canadian-boy. Giving shit to Mitt! is our job.