FW: Billionaires For Bush..

Geege geege at barrera.org
Tue Jan 6 22:17:50 PST 2004

note: original post EDT 1:11

binary time posts are always rife with errors: remove the "has" after
coulter. (replace with "has been" - ha ha.) "HIS assholic schtick" should
read "ALL assholic schtick".  replace "see" rwa's with "hear".

-----Original Message-----
From: fork-bounces at xent.com [mailto:fork-bounces at xent.com]On Behalf Of
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 1:11 AM
To: Gordon Mohr; FoRK Mailing List
Subject: RE: Billionaires For Bush..

as ann "hate becomes her" coulter has smears all anti-liberal criticism?  or
like rush "what vast right wing conspiracy?" limbaugh smears his assholic
schtick?  all i see are right wing apologists and not one right wing

why not just congratulate us for taking a page from your playbook and
improving on it.

(keep preaching to your choir, gordon - no one else is listening.)

-----Original Message-----
From: fork-bounces at xent.com [mailto:fork-bounces at xent.com]On Behalf Of
Gordon Mohr
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 12:46 AM
To: FoRK Mailing List
Subject: Re: Billionaires For Bush..

Lucas Gonze wrote:
> On Tuesday, Jan 6, 2004, at 19:07 America/New_York, Gregory Alan Bolcer
> wrote:
>> Yes, in fact you could view both commercials off of a
>> Drudge link to the RNC.org site up until recently.  If
>> they were so pissed about it, why did they archive it
>> for public viewing other than they thought they could
>> win some public support?
> To demonize the act of being in opposition by highlighting critical
> speech that can be spun as extremist.

All sides take the most extreme and unhinged speech from
other sides, and then portray it as representative.

In this case, the hit against MoveOn is deserved. They're
a big time force now, with their years of electronic
activism, AfterDark seed money, and now backing from Soros
and others. If they carelessly wander outside the
recognized bounds of mainstream discourse, that should
be highlighted.

It's even for their own good. This visceral Bush-hating
and hyperbole plays well to the already converted, and
animates the MoveOn activist core, but is distasteful to
the people the Dems need to succeed nationally. They should
be happy they screwed up, and took the criticism, now --
rather than in the waning days of a campaign, where their
poor taste could smear all anti-Bush criticism.

If they repeat the error, they'll have no one to blame
but themselves.

- Gordon

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