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  1. Don’t forget the extent of hatred among elected officials and presidential candidates.

    During the Clinton candidacy and presidency (1991-2000), how many republican congressmen can accurately be described as Clinton haters? How many of the Republican presidential candidates?

    Compare to now: quite a few congressmen (McDermott, Kennedy), presidential candidates (Dean) and even a former president (Carter) have said things that indicate that they hate Bush.

    Comment by Fredrik Nyman — Tuesday, December 30, 2003 @ 10:17 am

  2. There were some. Dan Burton had some rather unkind words for the President (called him a “scumbag” if memory serves). Tom Delay wasn’t exactly kind to Clinton, and there was that whole impeachment business, which wasn’t exactly a love-fest ;)

    Comment by Steven — Tuesday, December 30, 2003 @ 10:28 am

  3. Bush Hatred Yet Again
    Bush-Hatred: Fearful Loathing . . . (washingtonpost.com) Bush hatred isn’t just a Leftist phenomenon; it happens on the Right, too. The answer to a lot of this is, I think, easier than most people realize: President Bush has happened along…

    Trackback by Insults Unpunished — Wednesday, December 31, 2003 @ 9:42 pm

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