January 6, 2009

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From Grover Norquist's RNC Chairman debate. I swear watching this thing was like being able to watch a car wreck in slow motion. You know you shouldn't look but somehow you just can't take your eyes off of it. During one of Grover's "lightening rounds" the group of potential heads of the RNC are asked who their favorite and least favorite Republican Presidents are. They all of course pounce on Reagan as their favorite...lol. They'd have raised his dead corpse up this last election to run if they'd thought the voters would have gone for it. But when asked who was the worst Republican President most of them had a bit more trouble answering the question.

Hey here's one for you.....GEORGE BUSH. Blackwell actually gets some applause for this statement:

Hoover because he opened the door to big government and activism and I think that unfortunately President Bush in the last few months has opened up the door to Mr. Obama's big government...activism.

So what Hoover did wrong was to open the door for FDR to come in behind him and have the public support for the ability to try to clean up his mess? I see Hooverism is still alive and well in the Republican Party.

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