Thursday, October 19, 2006

Big Bill

No, not Shakespeare - the OTHER Big Bill.

Democrats "believe in mutual responsibility, they believe that in large measure people make or break their own lives and you're on your own. We believe in striving, at least, to cooperate with others because we think there are very few problems in the world we can solve on our own. They favor unilateralism whenever possible and cooperation when it's unavoidable."

Notice what the right-wing bullies regard as an "attack":

"I long for the day when we will return to a debate that is not about who's a good person and who's a slug, not about who represents the religious truth and who is basically running for office on his or her way to hell. I long for the day when Republicans and Democrats will sit around and have these raucous, exciting arguments and actually love learning from one another and we create the common good out of the dynamic center." - Bill Clinton

"It's not surprising to hear these attacks from a man widely recognized for repeatedly playing the blame game to cover his own mistakes.'' - Tracey Schmitt, Republican Spokesperson

It's astonishing how consistently Republicans engage in really, really obvious projection.

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