Thursday, February 5, 2009

Judd Gregg's awesome bipartisanship

Judd Gregg after being appointed secretary of commerce:
This is not a time for partisanship. This is a time to govern, and govern well.
Judd Gregg earlier, in the very same speech:
I also want to that thank the Governor of New Hampshire for his courtesy and courage in being willing to make this possible through the agreement we have relative to my successor in the Senate.
So this is not the time for partisanship, unless it means a partisan act that allows Republicans to get what they want. That's called "courage".

Then it's Gregg who shows a true act of courage by refusing aid the Democrats with desperately needed vote on the stimulus bill he supports. How post-partisan of him!

Gregg, a conservative Republican who once proposed abolishing the department of commerce that he will now head, could be the worst choice yet, for any post.

I'm sure we'll start revisiting those historically sound arguments that it's not the personnel it's the policy, but frankly anyone who believes still believes that it's not important who heads important cabinet positions because of... OBAMA has been partying with Michael Phelps.

We should ask Larry Summers how much he's enjoying using his right wing credentials to secretly pass a progressive agenda of tax cuts and corporate giveaways.

Actually, just ask Judd Gregg, who Obama told to work on "entitlement reform".

Sweet Jesus this is insane.

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