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(Washington Post)   It's taken him awhile to finish polishing it, but you'll be happy to know that Charles Krauthammer has finished his recap of Mitt Romney's amazingly triumphantly victoriously inspiringly awesome in its stupendousness European trip   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 129
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2012-08-03 10:13:58 AM  
What a carefully crafted article. It manages to ride the fine line between sycophancy and toadying.

On Iran, Romney asserted that Israel has the right to defend itself. Obama says this as boilerplate. Romney made clear he means it

That's quite a difference between the candidates. They both say it, but Krauthammer knows that Obama doesn't really mean it in his heart of hearts.
 
2012-08-03 10:18:44 AM  

hillbillypharmacist: What a carefully crafted article. It manages to ride the fine line between sycophancy and toadying.

On Iran, Romney asserted that Israel has the right to defend itself. Obama says this as boilerplate. Romney made clear he means it

That's quite a difference between the candidates. They both say it, but Krauthammer knows that Obama doesn't really mean it in his heart of hearts.


When did the GOP become the Party of Feelings?
 
2012-08-03 10:50:50 AM  

Mentat: hillbillypharmacist: What a carefully crafted article. It manages to ride the fine line between sycophancy and toadying.

On Iran, Romney asserted that Israel has the right to defend itself. Obama says this as boilerplate. Romney made clear he means it

That's quite a difference between the candidates. They both say it, but Krauthammer knows that Obama doesn't really mean it in his heart of hearts.

When did the GOP become the Party of Feelings?


Sometime around 1980.
 
2012-08-03 10:51:11 AM  
So stuck out at tee ball gets spun into walked to 1st base at tee ball?
 
2012-08-03 10:53:18 AM  
We get it. He's blah.
 
2012-08-03 10:53:44 AM  
Krauthammer should work for North Korea's Department of PR.

/Or for Saddam Hussein.
//Oh wait...
 
2012-08-03 10:53:49 AM  
I am so looking forward to the debates. I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him. That is, if there are debates. Romney may decide it's beneath his dignity to explain his positions to the American people. Don't they know he's royalty?
 
2012-08-03 10:56:22 AM  
If sophistry were a crime, this op ed would be evidence enough to have Mr. Krauthammer drawn, quartered, drowned, shot, stabbed, poisoned and hung. Just a really impressive piece of work all around.
 
2012-08-03 10:56:55 AM  
Can Krauthammer tell when he shiat's his diaper, or does Michelle Malkin have to make a duck face and pretend her mother is cooking lumpia just to get Mike Huckabee to open a window?
 
2012-08-03 10:57:20 AM  

Citrate1007: So stuck out at tee ball gets spun into walked to 1st base at tee ball?


Nah, he managed to get back home without having to bother to round the bases. Isn't that special?
 
2012-08-03 10:57:29 AM  
If Krauthammer's tongue was any farther up Romney's asshole, Mitt's mouth would look like this. (possibly NSFL)
 
2012-08-03 10:58:16 AM  

Serious Black: We get it. He's blah.


totally stealing that.
 
2012-08-03 10:58:55 AM  

clambam: I am so looking forward to the debates. I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him. That is, if there are debates. Romney may decide it's beneath his dignity to explain his positions to the American people. Don't they know he's royalty?


It's ridiculously disappointing. He could be such a strong candidate. All he'd have to do is open himself up like a book and say "I am the poster child for why things need to change in America. The rules are tipped in my favor. If you elect me, here's how I will make the rules fair for all Americans." He'd crush Obama with the independent vote if he did that.
 
2012-08-03 10:59:08 AM  

Citrate1007: So stuck out at tee ball gets spun into walked HPB'd to 1st base at tee ball?


FTFY.
 
2012-08-03 10:59:23 AM  

Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: If sophistry were a crime, this op ed would be evidence enough to have Mr. Krauthammer drawn, quartered, drowned, shot, stabbed, poisoned and hung. Just a really impressive piece of work all around.


..triple damage, and roll again.
 
2012-08-03 11:00:15 AM  

cubic_spleen: If Krauthammer's tongue was any farther up Romney's asshole, Mitt's mouth would look like this. (possibly NSFL)


My boss isn't in, so I clicked your link.

You just made my List. And it's not a good List.
 
2012-08-03 11:00:20 AM  
Yea, good job Krauthammer. Just gloss over the fact that Romney's England gaffes made #romneyshambles and #mitthappens trend on Twitter for the UK and set the tone for his entire trip. Also, good job on the "yea they both say the same thing but Romney really means it"
 
2012-08-03 11:00:31 AM  
That was so pulled so far out of his ass the font came out brown and speckled with corn.
 
2012-08-03 11:00:38 AM  
His opinion sure has changed, because after Romney's first day in London Kraut was nuking him on Fox News of all places. In fact, after describing it all he said something like "I'm out of adjetives to describe this" and none that he used were positive.
 
2012-08-03 11:01:11 AM  

Mentat: hillbillypharmacist: What a carefully crafted article. It manages to ride the fine line between sycophancy and toadying.

On Iran, Romney asserted that Israel has the right to defend itself. Obama says this as boilerplate. Romney made clear he means it

That's quite a difference between the candidates. They both say it, but Krauthammer knows that Obama doesn't really mean it in his heart of hearts.

When did the GOP become the Party of Feelings?


When W looked into Putin's eyes.
 
2012-08-03 11:01:39 AM  

Citrate1007: So stuck out at tee ball gets spun into walked to 1st base at tee ball?


Nice.
 
2012-08-03 11:03:55 AM  

clambam: I am so looking forward to the debates. I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him. That is, if there are debates. Romney may decide it's beneath his dignity to explain his positions to the American people. Don't they know he's royalty?


Does America REALLY need another president who's only a candidate because his Daddy was someone rich and powerful? Wan't the REAL Dubya enough? Do we really need a reboot of that horrible movie? Especially the part where we keep paying for it for decades?
 
2012-08-03 11:04:46 AM  
This guy is still butthurt over missile defense? It's adorable when Cold War relics think they're still relevant.
 
2012-08-03 11:05:00 AM  
Let's hear it for the Romney tour, it's been an incredible success! We weren't quite sure, we had a few doubts. Would old Willard win through? The answer was... a qualified yes.
 
2012-08-03 11:06:21 AM  
Still stinks though.
 
2012-08-03 11:07:48 AM  
www.welovetheiraqiinformationminister.com
 
2012-08-03 11:08:38 AM  

Shrugging Atlas: His opinion sure has changed, because after Romney's first day in London Kraut was nuking him on Fox News of all places. In fact, after describing it all he said something like "I'm out of adjetives to describe this" and none that he used were positive.


yeah, I only read the article because I was expected Krauthammer to trounce Romney, but it was yet another GOP ass-kissing from krauthammer.
 
2012-08-03 11:08:59 AM  
And here I was wondering what the Israeli press had to say about Romney's trip. Thanks Charles.
 
2012-08-03 11:10:05 AM  

Serious Black: It's ridiculously disappointing. He could be such a strong candidate. All he'd have to do is open himself up like a book and say "I am the poster child for why things need to change in America. The rules are tipped in my favor. If you elect me, here's how I will make the rules fair for all Americans." He'd crush Obama with the independent vote if he did that.


Shocking news today, as Presidential candidate Mitt Romney was tragically and mysteriously killed by a giant safe full of money during a campaign stop. The safe was dangling precariously on a rope-and-pulley system out the window of a high-rise apartment building, almost as if from a Charlie Chaplain movie, and incredibly, Mr. Romney's podium was setup directly underneath the safe. Witnesses report several well-dressed men were seen loitering about the high-rise, handing out wads of hundred dollar bills to anyone who questioned the safety of such a situation. There are also sketchy reports that at least one of the men said "Guess you forgot money trickles down" after the safe landed.
 
2012-08-03 11:12:01 AM  
I have to sit down, I've been overwhelmed by the spinning.

That article was a shamless hack job, even by right wing commentator standards. More deserving of a spot on WND than in the Post.
 
2012-08-03 11:13:49 AM  

Serious Black: It's ridiculously disappointing. He could be such a strong candidate. All he'd have to do is open himself up like a book and say "I am the poster child for why things need to change in America. The rules are tipped in my favor. If you elect me, here's how I will make the rules fair for all Americans." He'd crush Obama with the independent vote if he did that.


Ordinarily I'd agree with you. Romney would not be a bad president. Romney will be a reasonably good president if he's elected. The point is, the repubs should not be rewarded for deliberately sabotaging the economy so they can say "Look what a bad job Obama has done on the economy!" They need to learn that just because the American people have chosen to elect a Democrat they cannot bring the government to a standstill or waste our time (again) on spurious impeachment proceedings (just you wait...). This is government by petulance. It needs to stop.

In my opinion Obama's real failure has been to not respond effectively to repub obstructionism. He should have realized within weeks of taking office that there would be no bipartisanship, and acted accordingly. It could be argued that no one could have anticipated the depth of repub intransigence. Well, we know now. It's long past time to stop reaching out and start crushing mercilessly.
 
2012-08-03 11:14:33 AM  
Substantively, the Poland and the Israel trips were good for Romney. Lech Walesa's endorsement should carry some weight, and Romney's comments about the difference in culture between Israel and Palestine wasn't a gaffe as much as the absolute truth.

But the problem is that doesn't benefit Romney - the media decided from the get-go that they were going to spin Romney's trip into a disaster. Yes, the media is a virtual extension of the Obama campaign - but Romney knew that going in.

They should have been better prepared to deal with that. They should have been making their case for why this trip matters and managing the media expectations better. And yes, it's very satisfying to tell the media off, especially when they deserve it. But when you're part of a Presidential campaign you don't have that luxury.

It doesn't matter what substantively happened on Romney's trip - what matters right now is whether any of that redounds to the Romney campaign. And Romney's people failed to come up with its own narrative of the trip and failed to push that narrative - which let the media paint its own distorted picture.

Yes, it's the part of the summer where the campaign is an afterthought for most people, yes, if you're going to screw up in a campaign now's the time to do. But Romney's people need to get their heads on straight, realize what environment they're in, and plan accordingly. They've got time to that, but once September hits they've got to hit the ground running.

Krauthammer may be right on the substance, but this is politics. Substantive victories that don't get contextualized by a campaign aren't worth shiat.
 
2012-08-03 11:14:42 AM  

Shrugging Atlas: His opinion sure has changed, because after Romney's first day in London Kraut was nuking him on Fox News of all places. In fact, after describing it all he said something like "I'm out of adjetives to describe this" and none that he used were positive.


Any talking head caught talkin' with their mind not right, spends a night in the box.
 
2012-08-03 11:14:46 AM  

clambam: Romney will be a reasonably good president if he's elected.


No, he wouldn't. He'd be a rubber stamp for the ultra-conservative Teatarded Republican Congress.
 
2012-08-03 11:16:05 AM  

WombatControl: Yes, the media is a virtual extension of the Obama campaign


www.straferight.com
 
2012-08-03 11:22:44 AM  

WombatControl: Yes, the media is a virtual extension of the Obama campaign - but Romney knew that going in.


You have trotted out that line before when defending Romney's performance in England.

How exactly does this make sense in your head when The Sun, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mail are blasting him? Are British tabloids also a part of the Obama campaign?
 
2012-08-03 11:23:21 AM  
Charles Krauthammer is a stunningly handsome man, and a better writer than William Shakespeare!

/Just seeing what it's like to be Charles Krauthammer.
//Feels dirty.
 
2012-08-03 11:26:00 AM  

WombatControl: Substantively, the Poland and the Israel trips were good for Romney. Lech Walesa's endorsement should carry some weight, and Romney's comments about the difference in culture between Israel and Palestine wasn't a gaffe as much as the absolute truth.

But the problem is that doesn't benefit Romney - the media decided from the get-go that they were going to spin Romney's trip into a disaster. Yes, the media is a virtual extension of the Obama campaign - but Romney knew that going in.

They should have been better prepared to deal with that. They should have been making their case for why this trip matters and managing the media expectations better. And yes, it's very satisfying to tell the media off, especially when they deserve it. But when you're part of a Presidential campaign you don't have that luxury.

It doesn't matter what substantively happened on Romney's trip - what matters right now is whether any of that redounds to the Romney campaign. And Romney's people failed to come up with its own narrative of the trip and failed to push that narrative - which let the media paint its own distorted picture.

Yes, it's the part of the summer where the campaign is an afterthought for most people, yes, if you're going to screw up in a campaign now's the time to do. But Romney's people need to get their heads on straight, realize what environment they're in, and plan accordingly. They've got time to that, but once September hits they've got to hit the ground running.

Krauthammer may be right on the substance, but this is politics. Substantive victories that don't get contextualized by a campaign aren't worth shiat.


I was waiting to see what the RNC spin would be. Now from reading your post I can skip their website.
 
2012-08-03 11:26:38 AM  
It amazes me how conservative derper die-hards will spin stuff. Not just the talking heads, but everyday people. It is almost like they are trying to convince themselve's as much as they are others. I really believe it goes down to the base of the modern U.S. conservative's culture and their inability to accept fault for any actions they are responsible for or criticisms for unexcusable statements they make.
 
2012-08-03 11:26:57 AM  
Damn, his campaign advisers couldn't craft something that fellating:

"...a simple paean to Olympic spirit..."
"...The Warsaw leg was a triumph...."
"...warmly embraced..."
"...stirring example..."
"...Romney's speech was a masterpiece of nuance and restraint. Without directly criticizing Obama..."
"...Romney drew pointed distinctions deftly expressed in the code words and curlicued diction of Middle East diplomacy."
"...Romney made clear he means it..."
"Look at how Romney was received. In Israel, its popular prime minister lavished on him a welcome so warm as to be a near-endorsement."
"...a major substantive success...two triumphs ... and a fine demonstration of foreign-policy fluency and command..."

I'm pretty sure Krauthammer was touching himself as he wrote that.
 
2012-08-03 11:27:46 AM  
microscopically rude.


Ahhhhh... Krauthammer, the champion of crippled logic.

/I know I'm not helping. The guy's a dick.
 
2012-08-03 11:27:54 AM  
Charles Krauthammer looks like something Spider-Man would fight.
 
2012-08-03 11:28:52 AM  
That wasn't no "trip", it was an Adventure.

/air guitar riff
 
2012-08-03 11:30:46 AM  

clambam: I am so looking forward to the debates. I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him. That is, if there are debates. Romney may decide it's beneath his dignity to explain his positions to the American people. Don't they know he's royalty?


At the first debate, I would love nothing more than to see Obama come out on stage, shake Romney's hand and then stuff a one dollar bill in his belt, while leaning in and whispering "This is typically what I do before watching an ass slide down a poll."
 
2012-08-03 11:35:31 AM  
It's taken him awhile to finish polishing it, but

That's because Krauthammer was busy outraging about whether someone lied about borrowing a statue or something. I KNOW! It's totally an *yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawwwnn* outrage.


/weird that one of the first things that google "auto-suggests" when I google that guy is "Charles Krauthammer diving accident".... that's weird, right?
//"Krauthammer" would be a good name for a speed metal band
 
2012-08-03 11:35:42 AM  
There was a time when Krauthammer would occasionally make some good points...

This isn't one of them. He's basically become a full on shill for whatever ridiculous nonsense the GOP comes up with.

The goal of Romney's "Ugly American Tour" was to show him as an adept diplomat. It failed miserably in that regard. But I'm sure he got a bunch of money from Foreign Plutocrats. Goody for him.

"Liberal Media" indeed...
 
2012-08-03 11:36:22 AM  

qorkfiend: clambam: Romney will be a reasonably good president if he's elected.

No, he wouldn't. He'd be a rubber stamp for the ultra-conservative Teatarded Republican Congress.


I disagree, Once Romney's in--and he's not thinking any further than that right now--the Etch-a-Sketch gets shaken once again and he will feel free to do exactly as he pleases. His impulses and instincts are moderate and that's where he'll go once he's in office, Tea Party be damned. I predict he will repeal Obamacare on Day One and bring it back around Day 60 with minor changes under a different name. I suspect around Day 10 he will call for a new round of stimulus spending, because, frankly, that's what the economy needs to get back on track. His call for recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel will get the Obama Gitmo treatment--back burnered into oblivion--and ultimately he will find it necessary to raise taxes. The one benefit to a Romney administration is that the small-to-medium sized business owners who have deliberately held back on expanding their businesses and hiring (I know at least two of them personally) in order to screw the Democrats will feel free to staff up and that's gotta be good for the economy. Again, this kind of behavior is absolutely unacceptable and the repubs need to experience a through thrashing at the polls in order to put a permanent end to it.
 
2012-08-03 11:38:20 AM  
This is what republicans actually believe.
 
2012-08-03 11:40:16 AM  

clambam: I disagree, Once Romney's in--and he's not thinking any further than that right now--the Etch-a-Sketch gets shaken once again and he will feel free to do exactly as he pleases.


No, he won't. Once he's in he'll start thinking about re-election and what moves are likely to get him there. If he wins on the backs of Tea Party Republicans - and that's the only way he can win - then he'll spend his first term following the lead of the Tea Party Congress so he won't alienate his base. His impulses and instincts are not moderate; his impulses and instincts are to do whatever benefits him most at the moment.
 
2012-08-03 11:43:52 AM  

clambam: I am so looking forward to the debates. I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him. That is, if there are debates. Romney may decide it's beneath his dignity to explain his positions to the American people. Don't they know he's royalty?


He seriously believes he is destined to be the Firstest Superest Mormonest President and it irritates the hell out of him that we actually have to have an election for this since he's obviously so much better and holier and richer than everyone else.

If he gets the nom, I expect a fabulous breakdown after he just. can't. stand. PANDERING to the poors for votes anymore.

I hope it's on live TV. *crosses fingers*
 
2012-08-03 11:46:08 AM  
On Iran, Romney asserted that Israel has the right to defend itself. Obama says this as boilerplate. Romney made clear he means it - that if Israel has to attack, the United States won't flash the red light before nor punish Israel afterward.

If you really think that if Israel was attacked by Iran and Obama wouldn't do anything about it, you need to stop drinking the GOP Kool-Aid.

Romney's point about "culture" was to highlight the improbable emergence of Israel from resourceless semi-desert to First World "start-up nation," a tribute to its freedom and openness, just as free-market Chile stands out from state-dominated Ecuador.

Nice try, but it was a not so subtle way of telling the Israeli's that they are superior to Palestinians.
 
2012-08-03 11:46:16 AM  

qorkfiend: Duke Phillips' Singing Bears: If sophistry were a crime, this op ed would be evidence enough to have Mr. Krauthammer drawn, quartered, drowned, shot, stabbed, poisoned and hung. Just a really impressive piece of work all around.

..triple damage, and roll again.


I say we hang him THEN we kill him!
 
2012-08-03 11:48:21 AM  

qorkfiend: clambam: I disagree, Once Romney's in--and he's not thinking any further than that right now--the Etch-a-Sketch gets shaken once again and he will feel free to do exactly as he pleases.

No, he won't. Once he's in he'll start thinking about re-election and what moves are likely to get him there. If he wins on the backs of Tea Party Republicans - and that's the only way he can win - then he'll spend his first term following the lead of the Tea Party Congress so he won't alienate his base. His impulses and instincts are not moderate; his impulses and instincts are to do whatever benefits him most at the moment.


Well put, and correct.

The panderfest would never end. A whore is a whore is a whore.
 
2012-08-03 11:51:43 AM  

Halli: WombatControl: Yes, the media is a virtual extension of the Obama campaign - but Romney knew that going in.

You have trotted out that line before when defending Romney's performance in England.

How exactly does this make sense in your head when The Sun, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mail are blasting him? Are British tabloids also a part of the Obama campaign?


The Sun is a Murdoch owned tabloid as well - hard to sell them as being in the tank for fartbongo.
 
2012-08-03 11:52:05 AM  

clambam: I predict he will repeal Obamacare on Day One


all by himself by official edict?
 
2012-08-03 11:52:23 AM  
Charles Krauthammer is sacred. Kiss my @ss...
 
2012-08-03 11:54:46 AM  
i46.tinypic.com
 
2012-08-03 11:55:05 AM  

clambam: Serious Black: It's ridiculously disappointing. He could be such a strong candidate. All he'd have to do is open himself up like a book and say "I am the poster child for why things need to change in America. The rules are tipped in my favor. If you elect me, here's how I will make the rules fair for all Americans." He'd crush Obama with the independent vote if he did that.

Ordinarily I'd agree with you. Romney would not be a bad president. Romney will be a reasonably good president if he's elected. The point is, the repubs should not be rewarded for deliberately sabotaging the economy so they can say "Look what a bad job Obama has done on the economy!" They need to learn that just because the American people have chosen to elect a Democrat they cannot bring the government to a standstill or waste our time (again) on spurious impeachment proceedings (just you wait...). This is government by petulance. It needs to stop.

In my opinion Obama's real failure has been to not respond effectively to repub obstructionism. He should have realized within weeks of taking office that there would be no bipartisanship, and acted accordingly. It could be argued that no one could have anticipated the depth of repub intransigence. Well, we know now. It's long past time to stop reaching out and start crushing mercilessly.


I don't disagree with you on that front. The GOP has effectively turned itself into an insurgency. That behavior shouldn't be rewarded. I was simply speculating on how Mitt Romney could have turned the election into a landslide. Instead, he's pandering to the base and acting almost entirely like an empty suit who, as Grover Norquist said once, would sign anything the GOP House put in front of him, no questions asked. He is squandering a golden opportunity to storm into the White House, and it's all because he's so entitled that he thinks he can skate by with asking people to trust him blindly and to vote against the blah guy.
 
2012-08-03 11:55:43 AM  
Dear Mr Krauthammer,

If you think that the US Republican Party is hated by US liberals, then wait until you get a load of how much the GOP is hated by the rest of the Western world. If you think that your allies have forgotten the Bush/Cheney administration so soon then you are in for one helluva rude surprise.
 
2012-08-03 11:56:47 AM  

FeedTheCollapse: Shrugging Atlas: His opinion sure has changed, because after Romney's first day in London Kraut was nuking him on Fox News of all places. In fact, after describing it all he said something like "I'm out of adjetives to describe this" and none that he used were positive.

yeah, I only read the article because I was expected Krauthammer to trounce Romney, but it was yet another GOP ass-kissing from krauthammer.


To be fair, that is sort of what he's paid to do. Krauthammer has turned from being an analyst to an apologist, and he does his job when he's reminded of that. Occasionally, he will forget that, and accidentally say something that shows that he is actually paying attention, but in the end, he carries water, and does it as well as he can.
 
2012-08-03 12:01:29 PM  
I wonder what happens when the GOP leaders finally realize that Romney stands no chance.

Will they dump him at the convention? How does RON PAUL fit into the equation?

We're watching the systematic destruction of a candidate before he's even officially the candidate, and it makes me wonder what sort of bombshells they're saving for September and October.
 
2012-08-03 12:09:32 PM  
Did Romney come home with the Churchill bust? No? Then f*ck him.


/funny, Krauthammer even looks kinda like Goebbels.
 
2012-08-03 12:13:42 PM  

heavymetal: It amazes me how conservative derper die-hards will spin stuff. Not just the talking heads, but everyday people. It is almost like they are trying to convince themselve's as much as they are others. I really believe it goes down to the base of the modern U.S. conservative's culture and their inability to accept fault for any actions they are responsible for or criticisms for unexcusable statements they make.



They are fear based throwbacks, who might as well be huddling together in the mouth of a cave. Any attack on any part of their group is seen as an attack on the whole and met with unanimous and unquestioning resistance. See: creationism, for more info.
 
2012-08-03 12:14:11 PM  

Fart_Machine: This guy is still butthurt over missile defense? It's adorable when Cold War relics think they're still relevant.


Old habits die hard.

During a foreign policy debate on Wednesday at the Brookings Institution, top Romney foreign policy advisor Richard Williamson criticized the Obama administration's lack of a policy to address the ongoing civil war in Syria.

Williamson erred when he said that Syria, an ally of Moscow, is "strategically important to the Soviet Union."
 
2012-08-03 12:18:04 PM  
Romney's trip was for a domestic audience. Britain to highlight his management of SLC games, Israel because it's a GOP station of the cross, and Poland because there are a lot of guys in Ohio and Michigan whose last names end in ski.
 
2012-08-03 12:20:43 PM  

heavymetal: It amazes me how conservative derper die-hards will spin stuff. Not just the talking heads, but everyday people. It is almost like they are trying to convince themselve's as much as they are others.


Sadly, that's not it at all. They don't need to convince themselves - they really believe it, because that's what Rush or Hannity told them to believe. It really is that simple. Bob Altemyer explains it better than I can.
 
2012-08-03 12:21:31 PM  
Awesome job there, Chuck. After you went on FOX News no less, fuming mad about Romney's performance overseas, now you're on your knees sucking proverbial cock, calling the whole thing an unmitigated success. It's a good thing you only speak to a retarded echo chamber because otherwise, you may wrinkle even further from embarrassment.

What an odd-looking motherfarker. He looks like a Stephen King character.
 
2012-08-03 12:22:18 PM  
How does he get his mouth over Romney's dick like that while trapped in a wheelchair?
 
2012-08-03 12:24:04 PM  

clambam: qorkfiend: clambam: Romney will be a reasonably good president if he's elected.

No, he wouldn't. He'd be a rubber stamp for the ultra-conservative Teatarded Republican Congress.

I disagree, Once Romney's in--and he's not thinking any further than that right now--the Etch-a-Sketch gets shaken once again and he will feel free to do exactly as he pleases. His impulses and instincts are moderate and that's where he'll go once he's in office, Tea Party be damned. I predict he will repeal Obamacare on Day One and bring it back around Day 60 with minor changes under a different name. I suspect around Day 10 he will call for a new round of stimulus spending, because, frankly, that's what the economy needs to get back on track. His call for recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel will get the Obama Gitmo treatment--back burnered into oblivion--and ultimately he will find it necessary to raise taxes. The one benefit to a Romney administration is that the small-to-medium sized business owners who have deliberately held back on expanding their businesses and hiring (I know at least two of them personally) in order to screw the Democrats will feel free to staff up and that's gotta be good for the economy. Again, this kind of behavior is absolutely unacceptable and the repubs need to experience a through thrashing at the polls in order to put a permanent end to it.


Uhhhh.....presidents don't actually have the power to repeal anything, no matter what Romney's retarded rhetoric is.
 
2012-08-03 12:24:30 PM  

Ctrl-Alt-Del: heavymetal: It amazes me how conservative derper die-hards will spin stuff. Not just the talking heads, but everyday people. It is almost like they are trying to convince themselve's as much as they are others.

Sadly, that's not it at all. They don't need to convince themselves - they really believe it, because that's what Rush or Hannity told them to believe. It really is that simple. Bob Altemyer explains it better than I can.


Yes, the party that says we need less government intrusion into our lives is clearly authoritarian, while the party that wants to expand control over every facet of our existence is not.

And all of that is explained in a 200-page rambling self-published manifesto that doesn't at all come off as creepy...
 
2012-08-03 12:24:53 PM  
So (R)Money is a treasonous asshole who goes abroad and talks shiat about the president?
How American of him.
 
2012-08-03 12:26:26 PM  

WombatControl: Yes, the party that says we need less government intrusion into our lives is clearly authoritarian, while the party that wants to expand control over every facet of our existence is not.


Honestly man were you in a coma for the last twelve years or so?
 
2012-08-03 12:27:04 PM  

smurfco: Charles Krauthammer looks like something Spider-Man would fight.


Beautiful. A pure, distilled drop of truth.
 
2012-08-03 12:29:14 PM  
Romney went over seas and didn't recite liberal talking points so that means his trip was a "failure".

But no matter how badly Obama continues to embarrass himself on the international stage he's a "success" I suppose.
 
2012-08-03 12:31:15 PM  
Having crawled up Romney's ass and died, how does Krauthammer still manage to polish his turds?
 
2012-08-03 12:32:01 PM  

randomjsa: Romney went over seas and didn't recite liberal talking points so that means his trip was a "failure".

But no matter how badly Obama continues to embarrass himself on the international stage he's a "success" I suppose.


Always knew Krauthammer was a FARK independent.
 
2012-08-03 12:32:30 PM  

WombatControl: Yes, the party that says we need less government intrusion into our lives


lol

7/10
 
2012-08-03 12:33:14 PM  

please: "...The Warsaw leg was a triumph...."


Which just means "He didn't make any Polack jokes."
 
2012-08-03 12:33:49 PM  
I don't care how the Republitards spin it, Romney embarrassed the entire nation. This guy is a joke and should never be allowed any where near the presidency
.
 
2012-08-03 12:36:12 PM  

Paul Baumer: Halli: WombatControl: Yes, the media is a virtual extension of the Obama campaign - but Romney knew that going in.

You have trotted out that line before when defending Romney's performance in England.

How exactly does this make sense in your head when The Sun, The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mail are blasting him? Are British tabloids also a part of the Obama campaign?

The Sun is a Murdoch owned tabloid as well - hard to sell them as being in the tank for fartbongo.


It'll be funny if Murdoch decides to not back Romney. This is not out of the question.
 
2012-08-03 12:37:30 PM  

The Jami Turman Fan Club: It'll be funny if Murdoch decides to not back Romney. This is not out of the question.


Hell, Murdoch has been criticizing Romney's campaign for a long time now. He's said that unless Romney surrounds himself with a real, professional campaign, he has no shot of beating Obama.
 
2012-08-03 12:40:12 PM  

bdMurray: Let's hear it for the Romney tour, it's been an incredible success! We weren't quite sure, we had a few doubts. Would old Willard win through? The answer was... a qualified yes.


Screw the middle classes. I will never accept them.
 
2012-08-03 12:40:28 PM  

WombatControl: the media is a virtual extension of the Obama campaign


Sarah? Sarah, is that you?
 
2012-08-03 12:40:56 PM  

randomjsa: Romney went over seas and didn't recite liberal talking points so that means his trip was a "failure".

But no matter how badly Obama continues to embarrass himself on the international stage he's a "success" I suppose.


No, he managed to insult Great Britain, our most reliable ally, for absolutely no reason whatsoever except the pleasure of once again stating how much better he is than everyone else, and he managed to insult the Arabs who, love 'em or hate 'em, have considerable control over our economy what with all that oil. That's why he's a failure. He did secure Lech Walesa's endorsement though.

Again, you guys keep repeating that Obama embarrasses himself on the international stage but I can't recall what he's done that's so terrible. Kill bin Laden? Contribute to the overthrow of Gaddafi without the loss of a single American life? What's got your panties in a twist this time? Oh yeah, he bowed slightly to the Emperor of Japan and the King of Saudi Arabia (who he should have french kissed, like Bush did). And he gave Queen Elizabeth a shiatty gift. Good thing he hasn't met the Pope yet, what with kissing his ring and all. That would be messy.
 
2012-08-03 12:42:33 PM  

randomjsa: Romney went over seas and didn't recite liberal talking points so that means his trip was a "failure".

But no matter how badly Obama continues to embarrass himself on the international stage he's a "success" I suppose.


Save it for Mr. Roarke and Tattoo.
 
2012-08-03 12:47:20 PM  
Someone told Krauthammer to knock it off, because the man was just appalled at Mitt's English Escapades.
 
2012-08-03 12:47:59 PM  

clambam: I am so looking forward to the debates. I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him. That is, if there are debates. Romney may decide it's beneath his dignity to explain his positions to the American people. Don't they know he's royalty?


I'll be honest, I wouldn't put it past him to try and weasel out of the debates.
 
2012-08-03 12:51:47 PM  
www.randalanderson.com
 
2012-08-03 12:55:32 PM  
The story wasn't Romney.

The story was how the media behaved. They were even worse than they were expected them to be. What an embarrassment for them. Everyone knows they are in Obama's pocket, but they weren't expected to all be wearing the same t-shirt.
 
2012-08-03 12:56:26 PM  

meat0918: clambam: I am so looking forward to the debates. I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him. That is, if there are debates. Romney may decide it's beneath his dignity to explain his positions to the American people. Don't they know he's royalty?

I'll be honest, I wouldn't put it past him to try and weasel out of the debates.


"I've told you people everything you need to know already"
 
2012-08-03 12:56:37 PM  
Actual photo of Krauthammer handing draft to editor:

i48.tinypic.com
 
2012-08-03 12:57:10 PM  
I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him.

They're using teleprompters at the debates?
 
2012-08-03 12:57:48 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: The story wasn't Romney.

The story was how the media behaved. They were even worse than they were expected them to be. What an embarrassment for them. Everyone knows they are in Obama's pocket, but they weren't expected to all be wearing the same t-shirt.


I clearly remember Wolf Blitzer holding a gun to Romney's head, telling Mittens to put his Italian leather-clad foot in his mouth, or ELSE!!!

WAKE UP SHEEPLE!!!
 
2012-08-03 12:57:55 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: Everyone knows they are in Obama's pocket, but they weren't expected to all be wearing the same t-shirt.


i48.tinypic.com

"Don't be that guy!
 
2012-08-03 12:58:02 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: The story wasn't Romney.

The story was how the media behaved. They were even worse than they were expected them to be. What an embarrassment for them. Everyone knows they are in Obama's pocket, but they weren't expected to all be wearing the same t-shirt.


Lol... You're farking hilarious.
 
2012-08-03 12:58:23 PM  

meat0918: clambam: I am so looking forward to the debates. I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him. That is, if there are debates. Romney may decide it's beneath his dignity to explain his positions to the American people. Don't they know he's royalty?

I'll be honest, I wouldn't put it past him to try and weasel out of the debates.


I'll go a step further and say I think Mitt is going to flat-out refuse to do any debates. After all, he's given you people all you need to know.
 
2012-08-03 12:59:42 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: I expect to see Romney sobbing in frustration and anguish as his head is elegantly handed to him.

They're using teleprompters at the debates?


It must kill you at this point, having to trot that one out. lol

Cause, when you get down to it, your boy is getting destroyed by a man who is either:

1) Totally reliant on teleprompters in order to speak well, OR:

2) A master manipulator and orator who puts Machiavelli to shame.

CHOOSE ONE.
 
2012-08-03 01:00:42 PM  

barneyfifesbullet: Everyone knows they are in Obama's pocket


Sarah? Sarah, is that you?
 
2012-08-03 01:01:57 PM  

WombatControl: And all of that is explained in a 200-page rambling self-published manifesto that doesn't at all come off as creepy...


BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

"self published manifesto"

Dude, you're a pip

WombatControl: Yes, the party that says we need less government intrusion into our lives is clearly authoritarian,


Yes, they are. You're just not bright enough to look past what they claim to believe. Coming from the guy who uncritically repeated some bullshiat story about some guy who supposedly had to pay ten thousand dollars for a permit to install a shower, I'm not surprised
 
2012-08-03 01:05:11 PM  

WombatControl: Ctrl-Alt-Del: heavymetal: It amazes me how conservative derper die-hards will spin stuff. Not just the talking heads, but everyday people. It is almost like they are trying to convince themselve's as much as they are others.

Sadly, that's not it at all. They don't need to convince themselves - they really believe it, because that's what Rush or Hannity told them to believe. It really is that simple. Bob Altemyer explains it better than I can.

Yes, the party that says we need less government intrusion into our lives is clearly authoritarian, while the party that wants to expand control over every facet of our existence is not.

And all of that is explained in a 200-page rambling self-published manifesto that doesn't at all come off as creepy...


Have you actually read the book? Authoritarian doesn't necessarily mean that somebody wants more or less government intervention. In this context, it means they will listen to and blindly follow those that they believe have legitimate authority.
 
2012-08-03 01:14:47 PM  
Ah, Charles Sauerkrauthammer. Based on your sauer puss, you've eaten too much of something, but I can't quite put my finger on what. A sauer food of some kind, though, that's for sure.
 
2012-08-03 01:23:30 PM  

WombatControl: Yes, the party that says we need less government intrusion into our lives is clearly authoritarian,


When I think "less government", I always thing of people who want to make sure that anyone who wants an abortion has to jump through miles of bureaucratic red tape, get vaginally wanded in a facility that has at least 47 broom closets per staff member, and has to select a crib and mobile from a catalog. I also think of the people who want to make sure that hate crime laws do apply to people of faith, but not to people of buttsex. I also also think less government when I think of people who say that a man can practice Christianity anywhere and any way he pleases, but a mosque within 4,000 miles of NYC is too close, so there oughtta be a law. I also also also think of smaller government when the people who complain that the tax code is too complex decide that we need to add another exception for "Olympian".
 
2012-08-03 01:25:11 PM  
Krauthammer last week:

On Thursday's "Special Report," Krauthammer launched into a rant about Romney's Olympics comment. "It's unbelievable, it's beyond human understanding, it's incomprehensible. I'm out of adjectives," he lamented.

"All Romney has to do, say nothing," Krauthammer said. "It's like a guy in the 100-meter dash. All he has to do is to finish, he doesn't have to win. And instead, he tackles the guy in the lane next to him and ends up disqualified. I don't get it.


Link
 
2012-08-03 01:30:14 PM  

TimSTP: Krauthammer last week:

On Thursday's "Special Report," Krauthammer launched into a rant about Romney's Olympics comment. "It's unbelievable, it's beyond human understanding, it's incomprehensible. I'm out of adjectives," he lamented.

"All Romney has to do, say nothing," Krauthammer said. "It's like a guy in the 100-meter dash. All he has to do is to finish, he doesn't have to win. And instead, he tackles the guy in the lane next to him and ends up disqualified. I don't get it.

Link


Link
 
2012-08-03 01:31:05 PM  

bdMurray: Let's hear it for the Romney tour, it's been an incredible success! We weren't quite sure, we had a few doubts. Would old Willard win through? The answer was... a qualified yes.


Nice! +1
 
2012-08-03 01:31:22 PM  

Shrugging Atlas: His opinion sure has changed, because after Romney's first day in London Kraut was nuking him on Fox News of all places. In fact, after describing it all he said something like "I'm out of adjetives to describe this" and none that he used were positive.


One suspects he had some very unpleasant phone calls after accidentally being honest.
 
2012-08-03 01:39:08 PM  

Erik_Emune: Shrugging Atlas: His opinion sure has changed, because after Romney's first day in London Kraut was nuking him on Fox News of all places. In fact, after describing it all he said something like "I'm out of adjetives to describe this" and none that he used were positive.

One suspects he had some very unpleasant phone calls after accidentally being honest.


This has to be it. Dude got whipped back into place.
 
2012-08-03 01:39:57 PM  
Finally, enough spin for...

The GYROCOPTER!
 
2012-08-03 01:47:32 PM  
I can see this as a positive also. First he said Palestinians do not do as well (aka fail) because of their culture, then to support that he compared them to Mexicans and another Central American country. I am so sure brown people will be flocking out to vote for Mittens now.
 
2012-08-03 01:49:51 PM  
On the eve of the 2004 Democratic Convention, Teresa Heinz Kerry offered precisely that anatomically risky suggestion to an insistent Pittsburgh journalist. Not only did she later express no regret, but Hillary Clinton reacted with: "Good for you, you go girl."

I'm pretty sure "b-b-b-but Teresa Heinz Kerry....!" is the absolute worst "but they did it too!" I've ever heard from the Republican shills.

Not only wasn't she running for office, but the guy she supported LOST, and the reason he lost was largely because the US public saw him as a stiff, over-privileged gaffe-prone out-of-touch wimp to whom Americans could not relate on any level.

I'd kinda maybe try to avoid that comparison if I were stumping for Mitt.
 
2012-08-03 02:33:09 PM  
Krauthammer is a shill. He knows better, but everything he writes is full of willful obfuscation that he thinks people won't see through.
 
2012-08-03 02:40:18 PM  
Maybe it was sarcasm?

/Did not read the article.
 
2012-08-03 02:59:39 PM  
I'll grant that Romney did fine in Poland. The British segment of his trip was an unmitigated disaster, though, the bit about the olympics was just one in a constant barrage of stupid and thoughtless shiat pouring from his mouth.

And while I don't doubt that the government of Israel approved of the blatant, no-holds-barred racist pandering, that doesn't change the fact that every word out of his mouth there was the verbal equivalent of sucking Aipac's circumcised cock, which is something that Americans, including American Jews, have been looking on less and less favorably over the last couple of decades as Arafat passed out of power and the obstacles to peace in the area are increasingly all on the Israeli side.

Add in that the rest of the world views that kind of shiat as essentially voicing support of an Apartheid state and I think calling this a victory for Romney is just flat-out quantitatively untrue. He handled himself competently in one of three countries, and in the other two he managed to offend a real US ally and alienate the entire world for the sake of flattering a US "ally". Dude has no diplomatic instincts whatsofarkingever.
 
2012-08-03 03:14:31 PM  

NobleHam: Krauthammer is a shill. He knows better, but everything he writes is full of willful obfuscation that he thinks people won't see through.


He's right, or else he wouldn't have a job.
 
2012-08-03 03:41:40 PM  
What does the original Charles Krauthammer have to say about this?

pubpages.unh.edu
 
2012-08-03 03:56:54 PM  

Shrugging Atlas: His opinion sure has changed, because after Romney's first day in London Kraut was nuking him on Fox News of all places. In fact, after describing it all he said something like "I'm out of adjetives to describe this" and none that he used were positive.


Got a link to that? I'd be curious to see it.
 
2012-08-03 04:02:07 PM  

Jim_Callahan: I'll grant that Romney did fine in Poland. The British segment of his trip was an unmitigated disaster, though, the bit about the olympics was just one in a constant barrage of stupid and thoughtless shiat pouring from his mouth.


Well, fine except that he reiterated his Russia is our enemy rhetoric. He apparently really believes that he can bring the 80's back.
 
2012-08-03 04:05:32 PM  
Oh, that kooky cripple.
 
2012-08-03 04:23:56 PM  
The American media bought it whole, despite the fact that Romney's assertion was a direct echo of the United Nations' Arab Human Development Report, written by Arab intellectuals and commissioned by the U.N. It unambiguously asserted that "culture and values are the soul of development." And went on to report how existing cultural norms - "including traditional Arab culture and values" - are among the major impediments to Arab economic progress.

Krauthammer is a farking liar. The report states that all traditional cultural norms are at odds with globalization. It mentions Arab culture specifically because the report is about the Middle East, not because Arab culture is specially deficient.

The report deplores the rampant corruption, repressive governance and lack of women's (and human) rights as major contributors to backwardness in the Arab world. (In the Palestinian case, it faults Israeli "occupation," but a U.N. document that doesn't blame Israel for every Palestinian sorrow, if not the world's, has yet to be written. Moreover, that excuse doesn't work for today's occupation-free, Palestinian-run Gaza.)

Gaza doesn't have Israeli troops on the streets, but they've been under blockade for the better part of a decade. The Israelis did indeed march troops into Gaza destroying homes and roads in 2007 to bring a halt to terrorist rocket attacks. The situation became so desperate that Gazans broke through the border wall to Egypt to seek food and medical supplies.

Romney stated that the reason that Israel is prosperous and the Palestinians poverty stricken is because of superior Israeli culture. To pretend that the Palestinian condition is of their own making and entirely unrelated to Israeli policy is blatantly ridiculous. What Romney said was ignorant and bigoted, and Krauthammer trying to provide cover for him is the worst sort of intellectual dishonesty.
 
2012-08-03 05:02:18 PM  

Shrugging Atlas: His opinion sure has changed, because after Romney's first day in London Kraut was nuking him on Fox News of all places. In fact, after describing it all he said something like "I'm out of adjetives to describe this" and none that he used were positive.


///Somebody got to Krauthammer, just like they got to Supreme Justice Roberts when he changed his mind and voted for Obamacare

///amidoinitrite???
 
2012-08-03 05:40:11 PM  

clambam: In my opinion Obama's real failure has been to not respond effectively to repub obstructionism. He should have realized within weeks of taking office that there would be no bipartisanship, and acted accordingly. It could be argued that no one could have anticipated the depth of repub intransigence. Well, we know now. It's long past time to stop reaching out and start crushing mercilessly.


THIS half a dozen times. obama gave away the store all too often to get the republicans on board and got nothing but pissed off democrats.
 
2012-08-03 07:07:40 PM  

Curious: clambam: In my opinion Obama's real failure has been to not respond effectively to repub obstructionism. He should have realized within weeks of taking office that there would be no bipartisanship, and acted accordingly. It could be argued that no one could have anticipated the depth of repub intransigence. Well, we know now. It's long past time to stop reaching out and start crushing mercilessly.

THIS half a dozen times. obama gave away the store all too often to get the republicans on board and got nothing but pissed off democrats.


They've been calling him a dictator for 3.5 years. If he had actually been aggressive about asserting his majorities in the House and Senate, can you imagine what would have happened?
 
2012-08-03 09:10:50 PM  

Stile4aly: Curious: clambam: In my opinion Obama's real failure has been to not respond effectively to repub obstructionism. He should have realized within weeks of taking office that there would be no bipartisanship, and acted accordingly. It could be argued that no one could have anticipated the depth of repub intransigence. Well, we know now. It's long past time to stop reaching out and start crushing mercilessly.

THIS half a dozen times. obama gave away the store all too often to get the republicans on board and got nothing but pissed off democrats.

They've been calling him a dictator for 3.5 years. If he had actually been aggressive about asserting his majorities in the House and Senate, can you imagine what would have happened?


Yes: He'd have been impeached, tried, convicted and the first US President to be rotting in Leavenworth while the country burned around him.
 
2012-08-03 09:23:37 PM  

odinsposse: Jim_Callahan: I'll grant that Romney did fine in Poland. The British segment of his trip was an unmitigated disaster, though, the bit about the olympics was just one in a constant barrage of stupid and thoughtless shiat pouring from his mouth.

Well, fine except that he reiterated his Russia is our enemy rhetoric. He apparently really believes that he can bring the 80's back.


You can't blame Mitt for being so afraid of the Russians. They've got ships at sea. They've got missiles in the air. Tanks on the border of Europe, and spies everywhere.
 
2012-08-04 04:15:05 AM  
FTFA: In the Palestinian case, it faults Israeli "occupation," but a U.N. document that doesn't blame Israel for every Palestinian sorrow, if not the world's, has yet to be written...

That's right. In Krauthammer's world, the occupation of Palestine is a work of UN propaganda and fiction, and the UN is an anti-Semitic organization.

That's... That's some real spin. I'm really blown away by the utter hackiness of this piece. He must get paid an awful lot.
 
2012-08-04 08:21:06 AM  

Gyrfalcon: Shrugging Atlas: His opinion sure has changed, because after Romney's first day in London Kraut was nuking him on Fox News of all places. In fact, after describing it all he said something like "I'm out of adjetives to describe this" and none that he used were positive.

Got a link to that? I'd be curious to see it.


Here you go

Krauthammer starts in around the 3:25 mark.
 
2012-08-04 11:51:54 PM  
Oh dear me!! One unfortunate Farker who must remain honourably nameless has been afflicted with the Dread Haunting of the Babbyquarium and now poor poor WhoopsyCushion is cursed for all time with the Shower Permit from the Black Lagoon.

It's so sad.
 
2012-08-06 11:18:05 AM  

randomjsa: Romney went over seas and didn't recite liberal talking points so that means his trip was a "failure".

But no matter how badly Obama continues to embarrass himself on the international stage he's a "success" I suppose.


So, this is it now? You're fully on board the Romneywagon? All signs of Fark Independent™ finally erased?

You've looked at everything he has to offer, all of his policy positions and history as an elected official and come to the decision that Romney deserves your support?

What are these positions that he's articulated which you find are particularly good for the nation? Which positions has he firmly held and put in practice as a governor and remained consistently in support of as a candidate?

Why will you vote for Romney?
 
2012-08-06 02:40:59 PM  
Milk shot out of my nose after reading this....
 
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