Monday, November 16, 2009

Lugubrious coverage

by Smitty

Comandante Glenn notes the shift from ludicrous to lugubrious:

I mean, it’s almost worth having a Democrat in the White House just to be spared all the lugubrious coverage we’d be getting with a Republican. . . .

1 comment:

  1. MOE LANE: ‘Boring’ sounds like a wonderful quality for a 2012 candidate.

    As I mentioned a while back, a campaign consultant in Inman Majors’ The Millionaires says that there are really only two campaign themes: “Bright New Day” and “Back to Basics.” Given how “Bright New Day” is working out, the back-to-basics approach may be looking pretty good next time around . . . .

    Posted at 10:14 am by Glenn Reynolds

    Back to Basics would be welcomed. Does that mean a Palin candidancy is doomed? No. Far from it. Palin's success is somewhat of a long shot but that is true for every candidate. The only candidate with a built in advantage is Barack Obama and if things keep going the way they are going, he may end up being Jimmy Carter in more ways than he would prefer. We know the MSM is against her, but how Sarah Palin does depends on her. And Dick Armey's advice about getting in touch with the base is excellent.