In Case You Forgot, The Washington Post’s “Conservative” Blogger Doesn’t Really Like Conservatives

Let’s be honest, Jennifer Rubin is employed by the Washington Post to troll conservatives.

She once again shows her disdain for actual conservatives by saying the real problem are Republicans who won’t raise taxes and Rick Santorum because he’s a scary, scary social conservative. I guess every time Santorum speaks, someone in Bucks County Pennsylvania registers as a Democrat.

And if that wasn’t enough, he added in reference to his PAC: “We’re going to talk about all of the issues with an emphasis on cultural issues.” But of course! As long as there are young voters, upscale urbanites and culturally tolerant people, Santorum will be there to remind them why they don’t want to be identified as Republicans.

If we had only nominated Rubin’s favorite candidate last time around, someone not at all scary to “young voters, upscale urbanites and culturally tolerant people” we would have won. Wait a second….

Here’s a question for good old Jen…does she think Repubican voters who care about social issues are “old, downscale hicks who are intolerant”? Seems so.

Oh and what kind of policies did these wonderful voters we need more of want? Apparently they wanted to bomb Iran! Who knew? Jen Rubin, that’s who!

On Iran, make a military threat credible by obtaining authorization from Congress for use of force ( it hopefully would not be needed, but it would make an impression),

Yes, because nothing says Youth, Urbane and Tolerant like running on a promise to get a de facto declartion of war on Day 1. Yep, that’s clearly what Romney should have done to pull in more votes in Ohio and the Philly burbs.





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I blog about politics and hockey because I sort of understand those things. I'd blog about women but I'll never understand them.

Posted on November 28, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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