I’m Starting To Love Mo Dowd

Actually, now that she has dropped the Bush and Cheney Derangement Syndrome, and the Times got rid of their silly Times Select foolishness, I check Mo’s column quite a bit. Especially since she seems to be one of the few journalists who has not been sucked in by the Cult Of Barry

While Obama was spending three hours watching “The Dark Knight” five time zones away, and going to a fund-raiser featuring “Aloha attire” and Hawaiian pupus, Hillary was busy planning her convention.

You can almost hear her mind whirring: She’s amazed at how easy it was to snatch Denver away from the Obama saps. Like taking candy from a baby, except Beanpole Guy doesn’t eat candy. In just a couple of weeks, Bill and Hill were able to drag No Drama Obama into a swamp of Clinton drama.

Go Mo!

Now they’ve made Barry’s convention all about them — their dissatisfaction and revisionism and barely disguised desire to see him fail. Whatever insincere words of support the Clintons muster, their primal scream gets louder: He can’t win! He can’t close the deal! We told you so!

I have to wonder: if Obama wins the election, will she still attack him? Maureen was not particularly generous to John Edwards back before the 2004 election. Could get fun!

More: Mark Finklestein at Newsbusters has an interesting POV, regarding this line in Mo’s column

The Clintons know that a lot of Democrats are muttering that their solipsistic behavior is “disgusting.” But they’re too filled with delicious schadenfreude at the wave of buyer’s remorse that has swept the Democratic Party

Mark writes:

Dowd might be a thorn in many a side, but the New York Times columnist surely has a wealth of well-placed Dem sources. When she blithely states as a fact that a “wave of buyer’s remorse has swept the Democratic Party,” is that not some pretty big news?

Could be.

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One Response to “I’m Starting To Love Mo Dowd”

  1. Dowd is one member of the media whom I thought received too much praise and attention. But not being duped by Obamarama, world tour Messiah? Say it ain’t so. Could there be ‘hope’ (Dems mantra) for the MSM? I’m holdin’ out ‘hope’ for the Dems having a brokered convention when the Queen of Cringe blames her followers for pushing it so she can have it both ways…. again.

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