CPAC Interview: Jim Geraghty

posted at 5:05 pm on February 26, 2009 by Ed Morrissey

We didn’t get a chance to do our regular show the last two weeks with Jim Geraghty, because of travel and work conflicts for both of us. Jim joined me earlier today to discuss whether the conservatives at CPAC were willing to work within the GOP to rebuild a governing majority. We also talked about the general atmosphere here at CPAC and whether people feel cheerful about rebuilding or depressed about being out of power:

Also, one of our regular TEMS chatizens rudely crashed the party ….


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No offense, Ed .. but this pales to your previous interview

yo on February 26, 2009 at 5:07 PM

lol @ Geico joke.

I don’t think the right has the filibuster until they actually prove it. It’s highly likely to me that they won’t able to get the party line.

Spirit of 1776 on February 26, 2009 at 5:13 PM

Yo, I wholeheartedly agree. It was all right until Ed and Jim dragged me into it.

There is a reason I stay in the chatroom, and the above is it.

steveegg on February 26, 2009 at 5:39 PM

Not to worry, Ed, Joe the Plumber is a flash in the pan…. sorta the GOP’s Jesse Ventura on a national level. He’s only got momentum because of MSM attention. Don’t get me wrong, what happened initially was important, in that his interaction with Obama was an eye opener. But to then elevate him and bestow upon him the stature needed to actually be able to effectively represent people in DC is a real stretch, in my estimation. Purely my own take, nothing more.

Great questions for Jim Geraghty, Ed. And your observations have been dead on.

KendraWilder on February 26, 2009 at 10:49 PM