Thursday, January 05, 2006

Saving the House

To give him his due, David Brooks has emerged as one of the more level-headed commenatator from the right side of the aisle. This column is exhibit one.
Moreover, the weekly News Hours analysis Brooks and Shields is the most succinct, and often most interesting punditry on TV.

Saving the House - New York Times: "Finally, today before noon, fire Bob Ney as chairman of the House Administration Committee. For God's sake, Republicans, show a little moral revulsion.
Back in the dim recesses of my mind, I remember a party that thought of itself as a reform, or even a revolutionary movement. That party used to be known as the Republican Party. I wonder if it still exists. "

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