Stacy, please forgive me for my misinterpretation. I should have known better, my friend!
I do find it bizarre that McCain would be so politically inept, in addition to being wrong on substance, as to throw away this chance to really take the fight to the libs. The opportunity was there to really draw a distinction between his early advocacy of reform of Fannie and Feddie vs. the huge payouts for Johnson, Raines and Gorelick and the stubborn opposition of Barney Frank to serious reform of those institutions. Instead, he turned against a conservative, and one of the most honorable conservatives in Washington at that. It’s like a nervous tic with McCain: Any time there is a rough patch, he immediately starts firing shots at conservatives, almost indiscriminantly, so much so that his response seems pathological. It’s a serious character defect, and it is ugly.
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