Which is not to say that the movement kept up with the times. Because conservatives, by and large, are an older set than liberals, the conservative viral content medium of choice has remained email forwards as liberals moved on to Tumblr.
Mr. Christie’s failure to be invited [to CPAC] is not a mere oversight; virtually every other prominent Republican who might be a plausible nominee in 2016 has been asked to participate. … Now that he’s been “outed” as a moderate, it may be hard to close the closet door.
Mr. Christie, meanwhile, will need to consider whether to compete for the Republican nomination in 2016. While the mainstream media tends to chronically overrate the likelihood of a viable independent bid for the presidency, Mr. Christie would be better positioned to seek one than most, with very high favorability ratings among independent voters and the access to money and news media attention that comes from being a prominent politician in the Northeast.
They want Hurricane Isaac to hit New Orleans, and they want disaster. They want floods. They want homelessness. They want despair. They want human misery, so they can contrast that with the Republican convention. They want to split screen it, and that’s the key.
Today, his fellow Missourians urged him to step aside, and I think he should accept their counsel and exit the Senate race.
People Magazine. Or as Mitt Romney calls it, Corporations Magazine.
Unemployment is down, confidence is up, DOW 5,000 above Bush - or as Republicans put it, let’s talk about gay people and abortion!