Friday, October 06, 2006

The Economic Debate: Fear vs. Corruption The Economic Debate: Fear vs. Corruption

Robert Borsage, co-director of the Campaign for America's Future and board member of the Progressive Majority in The Economic Debate: Fear vs. Corruption manages to combine a large amount of liberal perceived wisdom and canards in a very short space. My favorite line was:
Bush can't govern worth spit, but he does know how to run campaigns. Polls suggest that his late-summer fear offensive helped rally disgruntled Republicans. His tax offensive is designed for broader appeal to families already struggling to make ends meet.
Borsage doesn't bother to list the Democratic presidents who have governed better. Indeed, he is silent about Clinton's gross ineptitude while in the office, somehow conflating feeling strongly about issues and actually getting anything done. And Carter?

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