Thursday, October 26, 2006

David Frum's Diary on National Review Online

David Frum's Diary on National Review Online: "[L]et me simplify:

Democrats may say what they please and do as they please - Republican speech must be carefully scrutinized for any hint of inappropriateness - and all Republicans be immediately called on to disavow anything anywhere done with less than perfect gentlemanliness & elegance.

Democrats may strike in any way they like - and may go sobbing to the media if they get back any portion of what they dish out.

And it works, because after all: in this game, the ref wears their jersey."

1 comment:

Ed onWestSlope said...

I remember a Bill Cosby routine....
The Toss of the Coin
... something like ... and General Custer, Cus, is to be down at the bottom of the hill while " all the Indians in the world ride down on you".