Many of the usual suspects.
"Republican Gomorrah: Inside the Movement That Shattered the Party"
In a Democracy Now! exclusive, award-winning journalist, Max Blumenthal, joins us for the first extended interview about his debut book, Republican Gomorrah: Inside the Movement That Shattered the Party. The book traces the rise of the radical right in the U.S. and how it used the concept of personal crisis to grow as a movement and eventually capture control of the GOP to transform it from the party of Dwight Eisenhower to the party of Sarah Palin.
Thanks to StartLoving1.
A brief note: I think the christian right has to be pissing off any real Christians there may be out there. Let's hope the little lambs run out of other cheeks to turn pretty soon and start wailing on the phony bastards that are giving them all a bad name.
The rest of us ought to wail on 'em for making our country a laughingstock all over the world, and on the media for giving them attention out of all proportion to their zero worth and giving them an impact that no bunch of fringe loonies should be allowed to have.
That said, the one thing they've done of any benefit is to shatter the Repug party. Perhaps we should just let them finish the job.