Thursday, May 3, 2007

Former Gov. Dreyfus Comments on Tommy's Presidential Chances, Anti-Jewish Stumble

Lee Sherman Dreyfus is a gentlemen and as close to a reasonable elder statesman left in that once Grand, Grand Old Party.

In his regular Waukesha Freeman column, Dreyfus weighs is on Tommy's presidential possibilities.

While criticizing Tommy's well-publicized recent stumbles over anti-Jewish stereotypes, Dreyfus decides that they won't really hurt Tommy's standing among the ten or so GOP candidates because Dreyfus opines that Tommy didn't have much of a chance, anyway.

That's telling it like it is.


XOut said...
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James Rowen said...

I deleted this comment after inadvertantly posting it. The author used an unneeded derogative descriptive for former Gov. Lee Dreyfus.

I'm not going to let anonymous people use this blog to insult anyone. If they want to do that, they can set up their own blog.