Crazies to the left of me, wimps to the right: how one side lost its mind and the other lost its nerve
Enough of the leftist lunatics like Rosie O'Donnell who think "Radical Christians" are "as big a threat to America as Radical Muslims." Enough of the hyperbolic liberal rhetoric comparing Bush to Saddam and Mel Gibson to Hitler. Enough of the hyper-partisan, ultra-PC liberal media, which often seem more sympathetic to the "victims of humiliation" at Abu Ghraib than to our troops dying at the hands of Iraqi fundamentalists.
Enough, too, of the gutless wonders on the right who don't have the courage to stand up for their own convictions. Enough of their pandering, trolling for votes, and outspending the Democrats.
Now with powerful and provocative new material, Bernard Goldberg's Crazies to the Left of Me, Wimps to the Right sounds an even louder alarm than before—warning that, if the wimps on the right don't regain their courage and reclaim their principles, the crazies on the left just might win the White House in '08.
Conservatism -- United States
Liberalism -- United States
Polarization (Social sciences)
Polarization (Social sciences) -- United States
Political culture -- United States
Political parties -- United States
Politics and government
Right and left (Political science)
United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-2009
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|Grouping Title||crazies to the left of me wimps to the right how one side lost its mind and the other lost its nerve|
|Grouping Author||bernard goldberg|
|Grouping Language||English (eng)|
|Last Grouping Update||2023-02-06 03:52:03AM|
|Last Indexed||2023-02-06 04:27:07AM|