Sunday, December 30, 2007

When Republicans Go Bad

Name-calling. Accusations. Personal insults, all in the last days of a frenetic campaign.

And no, it's not your typical Democratic slugfest: it's leading GOP presidential hopefuls, down-and-dirty in the Iowa muck, sinning politically by breaking Ronald Reagan's Eleventh Commandment - - "Thou shalt not speak ill of any fellow Republican" - - as they serve up one-liners sure to show up in Democratic attack ads in the general election.


DB said...

Attack ads? Bring it on! Spices things up! I like to see the candidates forced to defend their views, votes and values. Without attack ads this is too mild. But you do bring up a great point...shouldn't the attacks wait until the most opportune time? For instance, it seems for the first time in a while the Dems are the adults in politics!

Anonymous said...

WHEN Republicans go bad? Don't they have their nasty on 24/7?