The Truth About Republicans

Atrios - Duncan BlackI don’t think the “crazies” of the GOP are any different, policywise, from the mainstream, they’re just a bit more uncouth. They shriek instead of dogwhistle, say what they actually think instead of speaking in code.

—Duncan Black, Taken Over By The Crazies

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  1. I don’t know if you saw my tweet about Karl Rove beginning the Five Stages of Grief, but it appears I was not alone in noticing this. He’s an article from Slate called "The Five Stages of Conservative Grief."

    http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2012/11/07/karl_rove_on_fox_news_the_five_stages_of_conservative_grief.html?wpisrc=most_viral

    Here’s another good article I found on Slate about altruism in the aftermath of Frankenstorm, and the myths of chaos and panic in the result of disasters.

  2. @Mack – That was very good. I watched most of that in real time. When I’m live blogging, Fox News is great because there is always something to write. MSNBC can be kind of boring: they’re so constrained by facts.

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