[media id=6537] (h/t Heather) David Brooks continues his journey as a conservative apostate. He no longer believes in the Republican Party anymore, b
October 5, 2008

(h/t Heather)

David Brooks continues his journey as a conservative apostate. He no longer believes in the Republican Party anymore, but then looks in the mirror and realizes he's a bishop in their church. After admitting that Sarah Palin isn't qualified to be President, Brooks praises her for winning the debate, and opines that so much is "stacked against" John McCain.

It's fascinating to watch Brooks as a stark contrast to the vicious nature of Heather Wilson, who immediately preceded him on Face The Nation.

Wake up, Mr. Brooks, it's time to hang up your "conservative" credentials and abandon the Dark Side.

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