On MSNBC’s Morning Joe, neoconservative pundit Bill Kristol berated the Republican Party for rushing through an unpopular bill that has already faced brutal condemnation from the American Medical Association. At the end of the segment, Kristol predicted that the GOP bill is “going to fall apart and there will not be a vote.”
“The only man who combines the integrity, financial resources, name recognition, and broad public support to make a realistic independent run at the presidency” …is how David French, likely #NeverTrump candidate, described Mitt Romney.
On Sunday, the Libertarian Party chose its presidential nominee, former Republican Governor of New Mexico Gary Johnson. Also on Sunday, Bill Kristol — the neoconservative editor of The Weekly Standard and the most vocal proponent of the #NeverTrump movement — promised “There will be an independent candidate.”
Once upon a time, the inmates took over the asylum — and now after all the paranoia, ginned-up outrage, and barely-veiled racism they have engineered over these many decades, a whole new generation of inmates are revolting against them.
Neoconservative honcho Bill Kristol of The Weekly Standard is making a stand of his own — to defend the threatened honor of the old Confederates.
American pundits have an unusual profession; it is one of the only careers in which repeated, catastrophic, and humiliating failures seem to do nothing to prevent one from continuing to find work. Just ask Dick Morris. The media’s tendency to forgive blown predictions and provide airtime and column inches to guests with little to no […]
With the presidential prospects of Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) swirling down the drain as Bridgegate unfolds, the Republican establishment has a new business-friendly candidate in mind: Jeb Bush. That’s the word from Bill Kristol, head cheerleader for the Iraq War and the man who first suggested Sarah Palin as John McCain’s running mate. “Having talked […]