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The news has gotten hard to understand lately. We have Hannity screaming about WMDs, Ann Coulter writing fiction books calling liberals godless, supposed terror plots being foiled almost weekly now and Fred Barnes for Weekly Standard reporting on The Bush Bounce.

It seems like just yesterday that we were laughing at "The War on Christmas". Now, the RWNM is in full throttle. They want us to believe that
THERE'S JOY at the White House again and less anxiety among Republicans in Congress. The excesses of the press and Supreme Court are bringing Bush and rebellious conservatives closer together. Iraq is better off. The American economy is humming. The White House has made no harmful missteps. And the president's job approval rating is rising.

Whew! I need to keep up with the news better. So is the economy humming or is Job growth weak again? Is Iraq better off or do we see news reports like this every day?

Are you as confused as I am? Well let BlogsForBush's Mark Noonan help exlain all of this for us.
The money quote is

The problem, you see, with the left is that its gone off the rails - there's just no way that the attitudes of DailyKos and DU (which are more and more becoming the mainstream Democratic attitudes) will resonate positively with the American people.

That means you! You, my fellow Kossack, are off the rails!
We are "off the rails" because we think that Iraq is not "better off", the economy is not "humming" and Bush was not just "beset by bad luck".

It's funny how often I see attacks on DailyKos nowadays.
The RWNM is not able to compete with this blog and others like it and they're scared.
This country has been hijacked by neocons and the people are taking it back.

Originally posted to jpolon on Mon Jul 10, 2006 at 05:47 PM PDT.

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