He retired back in August, but for some reason he’s back, spinning like always.
Here’s what he said in 2004, when asked if Bush’s victory over Kerry was a mandate from voters:
“Of course it is. It’s a 3.5 million vote margin.”
And here’s what he wrote yesterday about Obama’s victory over McCain:
“…he neither received a broad mandate from the public nor the needed large congressional majorities.”
Of course, Obama is on pace to win by over 7 million votes. He won more electoral votes than Bush in 2004 and will have larger congressional majorities. This is the definition of hackery. Why on earth people continue to publish Novak, especially drawing him out of retirement to do so, is beyond me. Hat tip Think Progress.