This isn’t to say that they weren’t well on their way there to begin with. Jonah Goldberg of the National Review Online’s blog, The Corner, and an LA Times columnist (no, really, he is) gives Little Lord Pontchartrain some post-election advice:
I think James Baker and Dick Cheney should take Bush out to the woods around Camp David. After 24 hours in a sweat lodge, he should be given only a loin cloth, a hunting knife and a canteen of water. Bush should then set out to track and kill a black bear, after which he should eat its still beating heart so he can absorb its spirit. He should then fly back to Washington in Marine 1. His torso still scratched from the bear’s claws, his face bloodied and steaming in the November chill, he should immediately give a press conference at which he throws the bearskin on the front row of the press corps, completely enveloping Helen Thomas, declaring, “I’m not going anywhere.”
This will send important messages to Democrats and well as to our enemies overseas, who are no doubt high-fiving as we speak.
Straight or gay, do any movement conservatives not have serious masculinity issues?
So does Bush now have Real Ultimate Power? That sounds like something Robert Hamburger would write.
Staggering. Unbelievable. I thought it was a joke until I read other parts of the site. OK, the rest of the site isn’t quite as daft, but it is still quite mad.
They haven’t completely lost touch with reality though:
“This will send important messages to Democrats and well as to our enemies overseas”
I don’t think anybody would disagree with that.
So Goldberg either:
1) Has mistaken Bush for Daniel Boone
2) Is suggesting Cheney and Baker “arrange” a hunting accident for Bush (I don’t see George taking the bear and Cheney does have experience with hunting accidents).
Holy wingnuts, Batman!
What do you expect from sombody whose mother imagines that she had an affair with Harry Truman, probably the president least likely to stray from the straight and narrow.
Doughy Pantload certainly has some, weelll, interesting fantasies, doesn’t he?
It’s almost enough to make me wish I’d studied psychology instead of electronics.
Because masculinity is defined by your ability to kill a bear.
Someone needs to stop being Stephen Colbert.
If they had no masculinity issues, they would have no needs to beat up little countries and to keep women pregnant.
And then W slaps Condi, Karen, Laura and his mommy around, telling them that he’s had enough of their PWing.
It’s alright, if you look at the rest of the blog he says he wasn’t serious. Actually, he seems really sane for an evil conservative