So today, the RNC sent out a memo about what a freak Kos is. Needless to say, he is a freak. Recall some parts of the RNC’s memo about activating the base:

Almost 60% of the Base expresses extremely high dissatisfaction with the media coverage of the situation in Iraq.

A majority of the base — 56 percent — reported “extremely strong feelings” about the Democrats’ position on the war on terror and many did so independently of their support for President Bush. That suggests that Republicans could write a two-part message to their base, one that kicks the Democrats and the other that affirms the Republican dominance on the issue.

Sixty percent (60%) of the Base has extremely negative feelings about the Democrat’s impeachment threats – placing it among the strongest in the survey.

That’s why associating Kos (and the left blogs) with the Democrat leadership is so important. Thus the RNC memo has two sections:

MOULITSAS’ NEW JOB: CO-CHAIR OF THE DEMOCRAT PARTY


MOULITSAS’ MISSION: TAKING OVER THE DEMOCRAT PARTY

The media and bloggers are the Democrat party.

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