Tuesday, October 4


Mark Tapscott makes some very good points in this post in his effort to take the heat off of President Bush for having nominated Harriet Miers to SCOTUS, rather than, say, Janice Rogers Brown -- i.e., someone esteemed by the president's conservative base. Mark's point is that much of the culpability for this safe choice of an under-the-radar cipher should fall on Senate GOP leadership and Bill Frist in particular. Mark argues that the president had little choice under the circumstances but to avoid a head-on collision with Senate democrats.

All the more reason why the RNC needn't call or send me a request for a contribution.

Didn't we seek command of the White House and Capitol Hill just so we wouldn't have to get pushed around by the Ted Kennedy left-of-Left cabal?