In written history, let the term linchpin,
that allowed Obama to bring the United States
to it's knees, be on Al Franken's head.
continues that thought with this churlishness, however—
" But if the Republican candidate had won, some conservatives would now be trying to take out moderate Republican Norm Coleman for being a "RINO." The far-left Democrat won, so conservatives can't be bothered to find someone to beat him."
In fact, the point of her article is a condemnation of teaparty "purists." Ann, it seems, has found room for accommodation in her own principles. She wrote an entire book exposing the wrong done to the left's official bogyman, Sen. Joe McCarthy, but then labeled, as "birthers," those of us who, properly still, demand to know why the President keeps issuing counterfeit birth certificates? Would I be churlish to note that this change in Ann seems to have occurred simultaneous with the emergence of Sarah Palin as spokesman for conservatives? Sarah, who dissed the likes of Chris Christie, even as Ann was calling him her dream President? As for me, I still acknowledge Ann's ability for brilliant insight, and delicious rhetoric, but I wonder if she still believes that there's no right way to do the wrong thing? She did, once.