A. K. A. Loose Canon
I doubt that.
You doubt Douthat's take? Why? I think it's spot on.
There’s nothing particularly unusual about this kind of strategy, and Obama would hardly be the first politician to turn disillusionment to his advantage. Still, it says something about how far we’ve come from “hope and change” that the president’s re-election hopes may depend on making a struggling, disaffected and perpetually-disappointed bloc of American voters even more disaffected than ever.OK, but it's a spot-on truism then.
Great title, Tecs. Also, you show admirable restraint in not including the apt term "douchebag." Pardon my French.
Glad to see you finally appreciated my title. Of course, I should give you (partial) credit for it: it was you who told me about Giulio Douhet developing the strategic bombing strategy. First, I had trouble believing an Italian did that, but hey, stranger things happen. Like, a Romanian named Henri Marie inventing the jet engine.
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