Bill O’Reilly decided to go after blog commenters the other night and he just so happened to single out Hot Air. The interesting part of that is the fact that Hot Air is owned by Michelle Malkin, who is a common face on FOX and has even guest hosted for O’Reilly in the past. The civil war is deepening amongst the wingnuts.
trouble in paradise
It looks like McCain and Palin are now at odds on how to attack Obama. Honestly this shouldn't be. John McCain is on the top of the ticket and has to show leadership. If his subordinate won't follow his leadership then we must ask:
a) exactly how good of a leader is John McCain?
b) does Sarah Palin have a problem with authority?
This is the kind of news a trailing campaign doesn't want out there. It shows serious problems within the ranks at a time they are trying to show leadership and unity. Now it appears they have none.
Awww there must be trouble in paradise. McCain wants to use Bush for fundraising, but doesn't "want the president to appear too often at his side".
Don't worry about it John. We have enough memories of you two together:
It looks like Bush is starting to get a real lonely feeling in the international community. Members of Tony Blair's own party are now starting to blast our incompetent President:
A senior Labour backbencher has attacked the Bush administration, describing it as "incompetent" and guilty of "appalling complacency."
Former minister of state Nick Raynsford's criticism comes during a period in which transatlantic relations are under strain across a range of issues from the Middle East to climate change.
In an interview with ePolitix.com Raynsford, who was in the government until last year's reshuffle, expressed his satisfaction that the Democrats won last week's
"It's absolutely right that the American people have expressed their concern over the situation in Iraq and about the Bush administration and I'm delighted that Democrats now have control of both houses," he said.
"I think that will result in a shift of attitude and there are many areas of American policy should be changed."
On the environment he expressed his anger at the Republicans for failing to sign up to measures on reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
Perhaps we can now mend our broken ties around the globe. Of course that has to be done at the expense of our President, a cost I am sure many won't complain about.