The Washington Post: Yes, We Have No Macaca

30 Aug

bobcolorsTrying for a repeat of their 2006 role of daily trashing George Allen with eleventy-hunnert and sixty-four bazillion articles about “macaca?” 

This time the Washington Post, and a few assordid leftysphere bloggers, are going after Bob McDonnell. 

Not to worry, no issues there?  They’ll make some up.  Like a 20-year-old thesis paper.

’89 Thesis A Different Side of McDonnell
The Washington Post

We can just imagine next Sunday’s Washington Post Headlines:  Bob McDonnell colors outside the lines.

H/T Bearing DriftMcDonnell’s college paper has problems and Attack McDonnell about “covenant Marriage”???


4 Responses to “The Washington Post: Yes, We Have No Macaca”

  1. Dudeman August 30, 2009 at 6:35 pm #

    McDonnell’s record for the past 20 years since the thesis was written shows that he still believes what he wrote.

    So, Write Side, you are in a tricky position: Either you agree with Bob’s thesis and think there’s no issue here (which would place you well out of the mainstream), or you have to defend Bob for trying to hide from his record.

  2. Michael August 30, 2009 at 8:43 pm #

    You mean the position where he agrees with Tim Kaine regarding covenant marriages?

    You need to read a bit more. Especially about Bob’s record. No one’s hiding any of it.

    At least he has a record, and ideas and doesn’t have to follow his opponent all around the state barking “Me Too! Me Too!”

    As for the “mainstream” who wants to be mediocre?

    Oh wait, that’s YOUR guy.

  3. Dudeman August 30, 2009 at 10:51 pm #

    If there’s nothing wrong with the 1989 thesis, then why is his campaign backing away from it?

  4. Michael August 31, 2009 at 5:56 am #

    Backing away from it? No one even knew about it until Bob himself mentioned it in the interview. Bob’s not denying that it’s his work, but rightly states that an academic paper written during the Reagan Administration has no relevance to today’s campaign.

    Funny how three years ago the left was defending Jim Webb’s much more devastating comments regarding women.

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