Sunday, October 23, 2005

'Nuff Said

"[President]Bush has ennobled and saved American conservatism."
--David Brooks NYT, October 23, 2005

This is why I don't reprint David Brooks columns on this blog.


At 6:03 AM, Blogger lerel said...

Now I understand why you don't post Brooks' stuff. Rich and Dowd are my favorites anyway; thank you for making them available...

At 10:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brooks is an idiot in any event.

At 2:54 PM, Blogger Loganite said...

Perhaps what Brooks, a recent critic of the president, was saying is that Bush's decisions over the last few months have drifted from conservatism and that true conservatives have finally started speaking out against the new-conservatives and faux-conservativism that has been put forth by the current presidential administration. The nomination of Harriet Miers is just the last in a long string of moves by the president and his cronies to shroud themselves in conservatism but really to shun the core values of disciplined conservatism: fiscal responsibility, restrained federal government and individual liberty.

-- L. (not any kind of conservative)


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