May 13, 2007

It’s a larf, innit

Filed under: politics — ubikcan @ 7:32 am

As a resident of Georgia (well, Atlanta–I seldom go into Georgia) I had to larf at this:

Words of wisdom from part of the 28% of Americans who believe the president is doing a great job.

Gov. Sonny Perdue just finished up his talk-radio session with former U.S. secretary of education Bill Bennett on WGKA (920AM), held at the state Capitol.

On his “Morning in America” show, Bennett mentioned that Perdue has been talked about as vice-presidential fodder in ’08, and asked if the governor agreed with other Republicans who think it might be time to put some air between themselves and President Bush — specifically on the topic of Iraq.

Perdue said he did not. In fact, in Spiro Agnew-like fashion, the governor encouraged nattering nabobs of negatism to put a lid on the loose talk.

As Atrios would say: just clap louder!


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