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I await conservative outrage over the fact that John McCain wasn't wearing a lapel flag pin at this evening's debate.
Posted by Tom at 01:24 AM in Cheap Irony, Pointless Rudeness | Permalink
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Oh, what the heck.
09/27/2008 at 01:50 AM
Can you imagine the comments if Obama hadn't had one on? Holy crap!
Sylvia Kirkwood |
09/27/2008 at 02:43 AM
Then again, no one questions McCain's patriotism, what with his 22 years in the military and generally pro-America posturing (whether those postures are patriotic or not is another issue).
On the other hand, people do question BHO's patriotic bona fides. I wonder why that might be? Could it be because of his relationship with Bill "The Weatherman" Ayers, an unrepentant terrorist who bombed the Pentagon?
Nah, that's not it, because despite writing two autobiographies,* BHO has never written about his longest, and most significant, executive experience: the four years he lead an "educational" foundation founded by none other than Bill "The Weatherman" Ayers, a foundation BHO remained on the board of for another two years after he stepped down as its leader. (The foundation is all about promoting far-left anti-American ideology; it actually denied funding to groups wanting to engage in dastardly schemes to teach children math and science.)
I wonder if people question BHO's patriotic bona fides because he launched his political career from the same terrorist's living room, and subsequently lied about his relationship to said America-hater, claiming that Ayers is just "a guy who lives in my neighborhood" and that he is "not somebody who I exchange ideas with on a regular basis." BHO's lies about his relationship with Ayers are Clintonesque in their magnitude and audacity.
Well, it probably doesn't matter. BHO was all smoke and mirrors and no substance from the get-go, and now that there's a new shiny personality that has upstaged him, his house of cards has come tumbling down.
*If the WSJ calls his books "autobiographies"--and it does--then I think I will too, regardless of Tom's protestations that one of them was a manifesto "campaign book."
09/27/2008 at 03:00 AM
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