Wednesday, February 27, 2008


"There were no bold solutions ..."

State Sen. Dan Cronin (R-IL) is not only a good man, he's a damn fine public servant. Sen. Cronin says all of the talk about B. Hussein Obama supposedly being a "post-partisan" political figure is a big bunch of hooey. He's right.

Check out and savor this bit o' dialogue from the February 25 ABC World News Tonight ('tis very good):

State Sen. Cronin: "You know, I hate to burst the bubble. There's been a lot of hype and, you know, when he [Obama] served down here, his career was not particularly distinguished. ... There were no bold solutions. There were no creative proposals to take on the establishment. He's a Cook County Democrat and he went along with the program."

ABC News' Terry Moran: "The program, Cronin and others argue, was a traditional liberal agenda and, in fact, Obama was considered a reliable liberal Democratic vote in Illinois. For instance, voting for most gun control measures, opposing efforts to ban so-called partial birth abortions and supporting hundreds of tax increases."

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