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Seeking to outdo himself with “Stucko”, Murdoch REALY doesn’t want Spitzer to overcome the coup against him
Such goes the nauseatingly titled
The story behind the Obama-Brooks bromance.
“Maybe the Constitution is there to protect us from the will of the people”
Pigmentation–the old basis for dominance–is now discredited, so he has politely switched to linguistics.”
That first encounter is still vivid in Brooks’s mind. “I remember distinctly an image of–we were sitting on his couches, and I was looking at his pant leg and his perfectly creased pant,” Brooks says, “and I’m thinking, a) he’s going to be president and b) he’ll be a very good president.”
For this election isn’t about the past or the present, or even the pluperfect conditional. It’s about the future, and Barack Obama loves the future because that’s where all his accomplishments are.
We were moved by his campaign slogan, “Vote Obama: He’s better than you’ll ever be.
Moreover, after the Bush years, Brooks seems relieved to have an intellectual in the White House again
“I divide people into people who talk like us and who don’t talk like us,”
“Of recent presidents, Clinton could sort of talk like us, but Obama is definitely–you could see him as a New Republic writer.
“Hey, Nutroots, you lost!”