Sunday, April 22, 2012

Without False Premises, Republicans have nothing.

I hate the right wings penchant for false premises.

Their arguments fall apart without the creation of these fake issues and talking points.

Which brings me to latest from columnist Chris Rickert:
WSJ: A Republican governor hell-bent on pleasing the activist fringe of his party, Democrats willing to abscond from the state for the cause of major campaign donors, recalls upon recalls and now this ludicrous kerfuffle over who gets to call themselves what on a primary election ballot.
Yes, it would be outrageous if the Democrats did leave the state to please their campaign donors, but the idea itself is ludicrous and a false premise that allows Rickert to make his other nonsensical point, that we shouldn’t even attempt to call into question possible election fraud.

How dare we ask?

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