My how time does fly. While we're all in a hubbub over the Olympics and Georgia, it's easy to forget just how far we've come in the past year. So, when you turn on MSNBC to hear some talking head babble on about the need to stick it to the Russians, remember this:
ROBINSON: Well, he has presence. I‘ll give you that, Chris. The rest of it, you and Ana Marie can decide, as to the sex appeal. You know, the numbers say he is more of a guy‘s candidate. He is doing well. Maybe he is a man‘s man. But, you know, it is interesting, what he said on Leno last night, which was essentially that he never really wanted to go after the presidency, but he kind of would like to have it.
MATTHEWS: Who wouldn‘t if it is offered to you? How many people get it offered to them.
MATTHEWS: Can you smell the English leather on this guy, the Aqua Velva, the sort of mature man‘s shaving cream, or whatever, you know, after he shaved? Do you smell that sort of—a little bit of cigar smoke? You know, whatever.
CONTINETTI: Thompson‘s a smooth character. He likes to smoke cigars. There‘s no question about that. People should ignore the “Tonight Show” interview. They should go to Hoover.org, Chris, another interview Thompson gave yesterday, where he was asked, what was the most damaging judicial decision made in the past 30 years. Thompson said Roe v. Wade. There will be a clear choice for Republican voters between the anti-Roe Thompson and the relatively ambivalent, semi pro-Roe Giuliani.
I think that may make the difference in the end.
Save us Fred Thompson. Save us all. These people are wrong about everything.