I couldn’t resist including this post from the wonderful satirist at Instaputz.
Expect to see a lot more of this revisionism from Putz and the far-right as we get closer to ’08:
STEPHEN F. HAYES SPENT SOME TIME WITH FRED THOMPSON and observes:
And by the end of the conversation, two unexpected realities had emerged. If he joins the race for the Republican nomination, and if he campaigns the same way he spoke to me last week, Fred Thompson, a mild-mannered, slow-talking southern gentleman, will run as the politically aggressive conservative that George W. Bush hasn’t been for four years.
Sorry, wingers. I know it totally sucks for you now, but you branded Bush the Great Republican Leader and Heir to Reagan in ’00 and ’04 and you can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube in ’08. Maybe not even in ’12. You chose…poorly.
For those keeping track of the kind of people Putz links to, Stephen F. Hayes wrote a book called, The Connection: How al Qaeda’s Collaboration with Saddam Hussein Has Endagered America.
Incidentally, this book (The Connection) was based on a 2 page memo written by the genius, which according to Bob Woodward’s Plan of Attack, was described by Gen. Tommy Franks as “the fucking stupidest guy on the face of the earth.” Kinda sheds a light on the literary diet the right wing blogosphere dines on.