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  • But Palin and her red-meat crew aren't interested in democracy or an informed citizenry.

    Josh Silver: Sarah Palin, Jim DeMint Take Aim at NPR Funding

  • But Palin and her red-meat crew aren't interested in democracy or an informed citizenry.

    Josh Silver: Sarah Palin, Jim DeMint Take Aim at NPR Funding

  • Mr. Sykes's manifesto is best viewed as a red-meat kind of book for the second camp.

    More, Please

  • The paperback pronounces the stimulus "a failure," and blasts Obama's "economic missteps" with conservative red-meat language -- for example: "This is the first time government has declared war on free enterprise."

    No apology -- unless you'd like me to apologize for something, of course

  • The lemmings will follow the Feuhrer Rush and his band of merry haters into the abyss and nominate candidates that only the red-meat base could support.

    No. 3 Republican in the Senate backs Sotomayor

  • This blind-leading-the-blind phenomenon is all the more dangerous because one all-but-guaranteed effect of surrounding yourself with like-minded people is increased polarization: Think about the red-meat frenzy of the quadrennial Democratic and Republican conventions or the sign-waving mania churned up by a Tea Party rally.

    The Panic Virus

  • This blind-leading-the-blind phenomenon is all the more dangerous because one all-but-guaranteed effect of surrounding yourself with like-minded people is increased polarization: Think about the red-meat frenzy of the quadrennial Democratic and Republican conventions or the sign-waving mania churned up by a Tea Party rally.

    The Panic Virus

  • This blind-leading-the-blind phenomenon is all the more dangerous because one all-but-guaranteed effect of surrounding yourself with like-minded people is increased polarization: Think about the red-meat frenzy of the quadrennial Democratic and Republican conventions or the sign-waving mania churned up by a Tea Party rally.

    The Panic Virus

  • The speech then was geared to play it somewhat safe, offering up a popular message -- America needs to "win the future" -- and not engaging on some of the red-meat issues that dominated political discourse over the past two years.

    First thoughts on President Obama's State of the Union Speech

  • The way the simple mention of the Republicans sends cretins into a reflexive red-meat rage is enormously entertaining, but it also explains why we're saddled with such morons in office & schemes like Paulsons.

    Lents Park on a late spring evening: beautiful (Jack Bog's Blog)

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