Saturday, January 29, 2005

The Party of Kennedy "The party of Truman and JFK has a problem when its advance media guard does not celebrate the rise of a democracy from the ashes of a dictatorship. More than a problem, actually, a collapse at the core. It is now, at best, the party of Henry Wallace and Teddy Kennedy, and that's not a party remotely close to the American mainstream."

This is Hugh's conclusion regarding the silence of leftist bloggers on the importance of elections in Iraq. He has a roundup of links so that you can see for yourself.

"What has Michael Moore got to say? A big picture of Saddam, an artilce on former Baathists running in the elections, and a letter about his 9/11 picture winning a People's Choice award --I kid you not."

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