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I’ll be on Fox in a few minutes to talk about the Super Tuesday results and the GOP with Linda Chavez, who argues that John McCain is the “ghost of Ronald Reagan.”

I can think of a lot of words. “Ghost” is not the first that comes to mind.

Anyway, how are you all feeling this morning? Consider this a “safe space” (to borrow the P.C. campus term) to vent without being accused of suffering derangement syndrome, dyspepsia, or other maladies.

And here’s a bit of Mark Levin to chew on.

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Update 11:40am Eastern. Segment’s over. There was no time to rebut Linda Chavez and Jon Scott. So I’ll say it here:

To call a GOP candidate who sneers at profits and denigrates businessmen and greedy corporations and crusades for a liberal, global warming agenda the best Reaganite heir is simply self-delusional.

To cite Reagan’s illegal alien amnesty, without noting that he stated firmly that a nation without borders is not a nation, is disingenuous.

And to omit the fact that John McCain has a Hispanic outreach staffer who believes in “Mexico First” and the eradication of our borders–not to mention a national campaign finance co-chair who poured billions to fight against English instruction in the public schools–is dishonest.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: John McCain, Ronald Reagan