Might As Well

Ralph News.

Republican activists Grover Norquist and Ralph Reed landed more than 100 meetings inside the Bush White House, according to documents released Wednesday that provide the first official accounting of the access and influence the two presidential allies have enjoyed.The White House released the Secret Service visit records to settle a lawsuit by the Democratic Party and an ethics watchdog group seeking visitors logs for the two GOP strategists and others who emerged as figures in the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal.

5 comments

  1. Dorabill says:

    I’m almost afraid to say anything–don’t want to get the Reed crowd going–but here goes: People are starting to smell these elitist republican neocons from a mile away–a la Steve Huffman in the AZ primary. Watch for more RNC shenanigans in the next few weeks. TANCREDO ’08!!!!!!!
    http://tectonicforces.blogspot.com

  2. atlantaman says:

    “People are starting to smell these elitist republican neocons from a mile away–a la Steve Huffman in the AZ primary.”

    Since there are now about 100 definitions for the word “neocon”, I’d like to know what you meant when you assigned it to Steve Huffman – who I know nothing about.

    Is he a liberal who recently converted, is it his views on foreign policy, etc..

  3. Dorabill says:

    Atlantaman-
    With Steve Huffman he was an “insider” who was against border security. He lost in the primary to Randy Graf with the help of Pat Buchannan, Tom Tancredo and the Minutemen. (they’re Republicans too–like me) I’m thinking you’ve heard of Pat Buchannan. You may have to google the other names.

    Another definition might be: Let’s piss off as many Americans as we can and make everyone become Democrats so our friends the Clintons can take over again.

    Google this one: “Bush Clinton cabal”.

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