Tuesday, September 02, 2008

The Nasty Parties

Here's one Daily Kos blogger, writing about Sarah Palin's daughter's pregnancy:

Oh, but she's KEEPING it. Wonderful. What's the name going to be: Bareback?
The Palin announcement has been the political equivalent of turning over a flat rock.

In the UK, the Heresiarch suggests:
... to return to Vicki Woods's question - when did Labour first become the Nasty Party?

That wouldn't be my question. More to the point, what people should be asking themselves is this: When did I first notice that Labour was the Nasty Party?

3 comments:

JuliaM said...

An excellent round-up of the things skittering out from under that rock can be found here.

I think it's going to get much, much worse, too...

dearieme said...

The party founded by the unions must always have been the nasty party.

Longrider said...

More to the point, what people should be asking themselves is this: When did I first notice that Labour was the Nasty Party?

September 2001.