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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Media always says Republicans are in a state of panic

Hillary Clinton is hospitalized and Tim Kaine is a nobody grifter from Virginia. About now, Democrats should be pulling their hair out. Instead, the media spin is Republicans are in a panic because Trump might win.

From Buzz Feed:
The Clinton campaign’s wobbly performance over the past 72 hours has set off a rash of behind-the-scenes handwringing among professional Republicans as they confront an unnerving new possibility: What if their nominee actually wins the White House?
And there is this:
“It’s terrifying,” said one GOP consultant, who like others spoke to BuzzFeed News on condition of anonymity. “He’s not qualified … and it’s a massive problem. I’m not a fan of Hillary Clinton, but at least I feel like some of those jobs that are required for president, she could do them.”
“It would be terrible for America, and for the world,” said another Republican strategist, referring to a prospective Trump victory. “I can’t think of one good thing that would come of it.”
A third Republican said that after watching the Clinton campaign’s missteps in recent days, “I’m curled up in the fetal position watching The West Wing and drinking a basketful of deplorable liquor.”
Of course last month, the panic worked the other way.

From the Washington Post:
Turmoil in the Republican Party escalated Wednesday as party leaders, strategists and donors voiced increased alarm about the flailing state of Donald Trump’s candidacy and fears that the presidential nominee was damaging the party with an extraordinary week of self-inflicted mistakes, gratuitous attacks and missed opportunities.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus was described as “very frustrated” with and deeply disturbed by Trump’s behavior over the past week, having run out of excuses to make on the nominee’s behalf to donors and other party leaders, according to multiple people familiar with the events.
Meanwhile, Trump’s top campaign advisers are struggling once again to instill discipline in their candidate, who has spent recent days lurching from one controversy to another while seemingly skipping chances to go on the offensive against his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton.
According to the press, Republicans are in a perpetual state of panic. Republicans panic if they think they will lose. Republicans panic if they will win. Republicans panic when nothing is happening at all.

According to the press, Democrats never panic. Democrats have a dead candidate walking (well, almost walking), but they are calm. Democrats are the cool kids.

Of course, the people Buzz Feed quoted are in a panic. They sided with Hillary. They are about to be the political consultants without a party. And cable news already has plenty of talking heads on its payroll who are in the same condition.

Meanwhile, Republicans will panic all the way to the White House.


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  1. If BuzzFeed won't name names and say who said what, I'm going to assume they simply made the quotes up in order to fabricate a particular story line they wanted to peddle. Why should I give any credence to the quotes from anonymous sources in an article like this? It's not as if outing the anonymous sources would land them in jail for revealing state secrets. These guys are not today's Deep Throat, they're not Daniel Ellsberg or John Dean, they're not Edward Snowden. They're self-serving political parasites. So why should I believe anything they have to say to BuzzFeed. Isn't this just a case of "You Scratch My Back, I'll Scratch Yours?" My position on this is, Buzz Off.

    1. Actually the Buzzfeed article is perfectly believable. The GOPe has just one single issue they care about: amnesty for illegals in order to satisfy their Chamber of Commerce puppet-masters. The rest - national security, taxes, the deficit, corruption in government, etc. - they don't give a rat's patoot about.

  2. I agree with Iapetus. All three Buzz Feed "quotes" sounds like they were written by a 20-year-old auditioning for The Onion. Absolutely phony.

  3. "Panic"? You're confused, son. This here's "panache".

  4. I'd like to see them try and make me panic.

  5. So panicked I had to spend the day fishing.

  6. Question: What do the Democrats and the North Koreans have in common?

    Answer: Their H-bomb has an annoying tendency to fizzle.

  7. I'm panicked by all the popcorn I'm eating in this here lounge chair. I am soooooooooo laid back.

  8. I'm so panicked, I just grilled my wife a crispy burger, per her instructions, before she heads to her church group. Yeah, Lefty Media, we're panicked. Hahahahahahahaha!!!

  9. The Democratic Propagandists of the Press.

    That rings better than Glenn Reynold's Democratic Operatives with Bylines. Most recent products of public education don't know what a byline is.

  10. I can imagine consultants like Rick Wilson saying stuff like that. They advised losers Johnny Maverick McRINO, Mittens Romneycare, and the people who lost in this year's Republican primaries and now someone with no political experience is showing just how incompetent they have been over the last 8 years. Who will hire these losers now?