Crazies to the Left of Me, Wimps to the Right: How One Side by Bernard Goldberg

By Bernard Goldberg

Adequate of the leftist lunatics like Rosie O'Donnell who imagine "Radical Christians" are "as gigantic a chance to the USA as Radical Muslims." sufficient of the hyperbolic liberal rhetoric evaluating Bush to Saddam and Mel Gibson to Hitler. sufficient of the hyper-partisan, ultra-PC liberal media, which regularly appear extra sympathetic to the "victims of humiliation" at Abu Ghraib than to our troops demise by the hands of Iraqi fundamentalists. sufficient, too, of the gutless wonders at the correct who do not need the braveness to face up for his or her personal convictions. adequate in their pandering, trolling for votes, and outspending the Democrats. Now with robust and provocative new fabric, Bernard Goldberg's Crazies to the Left of Me, Wimps to the fitting sounds an excellent louder alarm than before—warning that, if the wimps at the correct do not regain their braveness and reclaim their rules, the crazies at the left simply may well win the White residence in '08.

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It’s about their utter contempt for the military and even more important, their utter contempt for the rest of America. San Francisco liberals not only think America is a country that shoots first and asks questions later (at least when a Republican is in the White House), you get the impression they don’t think much of Americans, either, specifically the ones who live east of their city and west of Manhattan. They see “ordinary” Americans as unpolished, not nearly as sophisticated as they are.

Not at President Bush or at any of the other usual conservative suspects. This time he’s mad at his ex-wife, the beautiful actress Kim Basinger. In an interview with GQ in October 2006, Baldwin talks about how ugly their divorce got and about how there were days when things got so bad that “I wanted to die on the spot. . I would say, ‘Please don’t let me wake up. ’ She said that,” Baldwin told GQ. “And I thought, ‘Do I hide myself in cramped underground quarters? Do I like to shoot firearms in a celebratory way?

It wasn’t always this way. Once there were Republicans like Ronald Reagan, who thought affirmative action was the first step to quotas—which meant more, not less, discrimination. S. ” There were always bureaucrats and Democrats to get in the way, but Reagan’s position on affirmative action was clear— and it set the tone for the entire Republican Party. In California, the Republican governor Pete Wilson unapologetically backed Proposition 209, which banned racial preferences in state hiring and college admissions.

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