Tuesday, November 26, 2013

What if it was the other guy?

Anthony Gregory points out how much of today's political finger pointing, or lack of it, is partisan based, rather than on the merits of the issues themselves.

"The major distinction would be who defends the president, and who protests most loudly.
Had McCain been president for the last five years, a lot of things would probably be the same, and some would be different. The biggest difference would be that many Republicans would stand by the president, and just as many Democrats would be calling for impeachment."

Why he used McCain as an example, I'm not sure, although it doesn't really matter. He could have just as easily used Romney to make the same point.


At 11:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

WHAT IF IT WAS Rex who slapped Atkins? Holly Crap would be hitting the air waves, etc. Let's call it like it is, Mark is a bully ,a baby and should resign. A least he should be put on leave while he completes,anger management and sexual abuse counseling. Do you really think he would have done this to Sundberg. And the lib media here will not call for Marks head on this.

At 3:31 PM, Anonymous Eric Kirk said...

This article actually documents your point to the point where everybody in the filibuster debate ought to be embarrassed beyond measure - but none of them will be.


At 10:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

People need to figure out the left and right have merged into one corporate conglomerate and we now only have the illusion of a free vote because really given the choices there would have been little difference


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