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Saturday, January 17, 2009

It's Your Party...And I'll Cry If I Want To


I have a new piece in the Washington Post...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/01/16/AR2009011604434.html

5 comments:

blogagog said...

"I'm now part of the loyal opposition. Barack Obama will become my president, and for the good of the country, I want him to succeed."

Succeed at what, Ms. Cupp? Because other than on the economy, I want to see him succeed with his plans as little as possible. Many of them will hurt America's competitiveness quite a bit.

kc said...

perhaps succeed in carrying out the wars to a favorable conclusion or leaving the anti-terror infrastructure in tact that has been built up since Clinton f'ed it all up...you know, the stuff to which Bush's legacy will ultimately be tied. don't get me wrong, the social engineering agenda scares me and we'll need to clean up that mess starting in 2013 or when the dems loose control.

Anonymous said...

Don't worry so much. Ailes will be certain to find you a job in the warm bath of Fox's waters.

Jonfun said...

Apparently the warm bath line hit among the readers... defiantly should be used more often.

ken said...

What bothers me now that we have a new president is all that I hear from democrats is that they now feel that they can get involved in the way the goverment is headed now. Where were they during the last eight years. We as americans can always get involved with our goverment and the way it is run regardless whether the party we support is in power or noy. I personally will still be involved and try to help our new president and country get ahead even tho I am not a democrat. I respect and adore our country no matter which party is in power. I only wish that democrats could feel the same way.