Ed Driscoll

The Bad And The Ugly

After a bruising election, which continues to expose their worst elements, a party rank with corruption and racism seeks its way out of the whichy thickets: some thoughts on “How the Dems Can Get Back on Track” from > How the Dems Can Get Back on Track” href=”http://pajamasmedia.com/blog/how-the-dems-can-get-back-on-track/”>Jennifer Rubin and “Obama and the Democratic brand” from Jonah Goldberg, who notes:

Well, the Democrats now dominate American politics in a way they haven’t since the 1960s, if not the 1930s. Suddenly, a Democratic “culture of corruption” seems like a pretty easy story to write, thanks only in part to the most enjoyable — and therefore un-ignorable — scandal of the 21st century so far: Blagopalooza. Wiretaps, grotesque corruption, the race card, R-rated dialogue and hair you can see from space: What’s not to love?

Heh, indeed.™