Sunday, May 3, 2009

A Sane Voice in the Wilderness?

Eric Cantor:

"President Obama is a great communicator. We understand that," [House Minority Whip Eric Cantor] said in an interview that aired on CNN's State of the Union Sunday. "He's also been very adept at adopting the technology of today to access the youth vote and the younger population of this country. That's the future, and I believe we've got a lot to learn. The Republican Party can't keep doing things the way it always has in terms of technology."

Meghan McCain:

"Simply embracing technology isn't going to fix our problem," the 24-year-old told a gay Republican group last month. "Republicans using Twitter and Facebook isn't going to miraculously make people think we're cool again. Breaking free from obsolete positions and providing real solutions that don't divide our nation further will."

I didn't see the interview but if  Cantor thinks Twitter and Facebook will make the difference he is sadly mistaken. Inept leadership is the problem, Eric, not how many people follow you on Twitter.

1 comment:

R-R-R said...

Yet another attempt at baiting fake conflicts on the right in order to divert attention from Obama's habitual dishonesty, shocking disregard for the law, constitution, and/or ethics... and general, all-round incompetency.

Team Obama, the DNC, and their MSM sycophants have been employing despicable Alinsky-esque divide-and-conquer and character assassination techniques for months now… manufacturing synthetic “fights” like Rush vs. Steele, plus ceaseless ridicule of Jindal, Palin, even shameful distortion of the legacy of Ronald Reagan. Clearly, the strategy is to eliminate GOP rallying points and philosophical framework for 2010/12 and create the image of a party in disarray.

And it’s not difficult to see why the Democrats might prefer to banter playfully about made-up GOP “scandals” and irrelevancies like Meghan McCain’s latest drivel than debate Obama’s ongoing destruction of the country.

Left to their own devices... the Democrats face a bloodbath in 2010. And by 2012, the GOP could take 40 states running Gilbert Gottfried.