Wednesday, March 15, 2006

All You Need to Read Today
Russ Feingold: "I'm amazed at Democrats ... cowering with this president's numbers so low."

Glenn Greenwald: "And, at bottom, what this whole episode illustrates, yet again, is that if Democrats want to be perceived as strong, and if they want to lose the albatross of being pereceived as weak, what they have to do is extremely simple and clear -- stop being weak and be strong. Who appears stronger and more resolute right now -- Russ Feingold, or the Democrats scurrying around in the dark, afraid of their own shadows and petrified of standing up to a weakened President who got caught breaking the law?"

Molly Ivins: "I don’t know about you, but I have had it with the D.C. Democrats, had it with the DLC Democrats, had it with every calculating, equivocating, triangulating, straddling, hair-splitting son of a bitch up there, and that includes Hillary Rodham Clinton. . . . I can’t see a damn soul in D.C. except Russ Feingold who is even worth considering for President."

I think we can see a pattern here.

Also Worth It This Morning: Over at AMERICABlog, John Aravosis has had it with journalists who make stuff up, and politicians who let them get away with it: "The problem with today's media is the same problem with today's Democratic party. They confuse anger with policy. They do not understand that we are united in and motivated by our anger, regardless of our politics. And it is sloppy journalism, and sloppy politics, to assume that what is motivating the blogosphere today is its liberalism rather than its frustration. We are not fed up with a particular policy, we're fed up with politics."

And at The Hits Just Keep On Comin': Tornado Geek.

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