Wednesday, November 19, 2008

From Taki
  • When New York Times columnist David Brooks pondered why the Republican Party was in such bad shape recently, he came to the conclusion that a majority of Americans simply no longer support traditional conservatism. Where one might have found any conservatism for the last decade is beyond me, but make no mistake — voters did not reject traditional conservatism on Nov. 4; they rejected George W. Bush. And the Republican Party is a wreck today because it faithfully rode shotgun with a president fueled by neoconservative ideology, who drove his party into ditch after ditch at every turn — with men like David Brooks as the persistent backseat drivers.
  • The end of Frum. The NR-world is simply becoming even more dumbed-down and partisan than it already is.

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