ttp://atrios.blogspot.com/2003_04_06_atrios_archive.html#200108499">The Name of the Rose

Crazy Andy is currently upset by Kerry's use of the phrase "regime change" in reference to his campaign for election. Apparently since Saddam has a "regime," referring to a Bush regime is somehow equating the two. Of course, back in 1994 as editor Sullivan had no objections to the word "regime":

From the article, by L.J. Davis:

"After seven years under the Clinton regime and with tens of millions in issued loans, adfa had created just 2,700 jobs, many at wages significantly below the national standard. This anemic showing obscures the fact that adfa had yet another purpose: its generosity was returned in the form of campaign contributions for William Jefferson Clinton."
Posted by: InMarin at April 7, 2003 10:30 AM

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Posted by: http://www.meki.tk/ at April 7, 2003 10:44 AM

Hadn't read Dr. Frank before. Very pleasantly impressed. Another independent voice with an interest in sharing unique thoughts rather than prepackaged, predetermined opinions.

Posted by: William Swann at April 7, 2003 11:07 AM

Oh, but what a lot of wasted work! I mean, you go to the trouble of carefully handcrafting your opinions, using only the finest ingredients and lovingly spiced, and when you serve them up your stubborn little righties (who never want to try anything new) say they're too liberal and your snobby little lefties say they're too conservative and your finicky libertarians say they smack of too much statism! Bah!

To hell with you all. Now I just buy Birdseye pre-packaged opinions. Just add water (drool works just fine

Oh, but what a lot of wasted work! I mean, you go to the trouble of carefully handcrafting your opinions, using only the finest ingredients and lovingly spiced, and when you serve them up your stubborn little righties (who never want to try anything new) say they're too liberal and your snobby

To hell with you all. Now I just buy Birdseye pre-packaged opinions. Just add water (drool works just fine), heat, and serve. Gotta be careful, though. I once picked up a package of Marxist Extra-thin Gruel and couldn't get the taste out of my mouth for a week! Bleah!

Posted by: Angie Schultz at April 7, 2003 02:55 PM
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