It’s sad, but I pretty much agree with what this person wrote to Sullivan:
I can’t remember the last time I felt such overwhelmingÂ rage toward a group of people as IÂ have feltÂ toward the Republican Party and the conservative movement since President Obama’s election…I simply cannot grasp what motivates these people, what compelsÂ themÂ to thwart even the smallest attempts to clean up the enormous destruction they wrought under Bush and Cheney.Â Irresponsible, hateful, mendacious, sleazy, destructive – these words do not even begin to describe them.
Maybe not rage, but certainly great frustration at the system and its ability to impede progress. But really, as much toward the Democratic party and its amazing inefficiency.Â This election in Massachusetts tomorrow appears to be a nail in the coffin of health care reform, and if so, well, it’s really a pathetic epilogue to the death of Ted Kennedy. Talk about spinning in the grave…
With a candidate like–what’s her name? Coakley?–and a party as testicle-challenged as the Democratic Party, Obama needs no enemies. Or, as Jon Stewart just saidÂ as I typed this (paraphrased): It’s not that the GOP is playing chess and the Democrats are playing checkers; it’s that the GOP is playing chess and the Democrats are in the nurse’s office because they glued their balls to their leg again.