Sunday, November 06, 2005

Uh-huh, Sure!

I had to laugh when I read this article. As stated in my post over at The Right Place, the hypocrisy of the left seems to know no bounds. Here's another example of that (emphasis is mine).
Sen. Ted Kennedy blasted the Bush administration Sunday morning for "subsuming" the nation in "scandal after scandal..."
"Clearly there has to be a cleaning of the White House," Kennedy railed. "We have a damaged presidency and a tarnished White House . . . At a time when America should be reflecting its vision of where we want to stand in the world, what we want to do here at home - we are being subsumed by scandal after scandal." (Can anyone say "Clinton impeachment"?)

The ethically challenged Democrat claimed the public is demanding that the administration be held to account. (good description of him.)

"Whether it's Libby and the vice president's office, whether it's the investigations of Karl Rove, or whether it's the disaster over in Iraq or the failure of Katrina," Kennedy said, "the American people think that there should be an absolute cleaning of the house." (He's speaking for all of us again! A pet peeve of mine!)

Asked who he thought should cleaned out, Kennedy said, "Certainly Karl Rove ought to leave."

When reminded by moderator Tim Russert, "He's not been charged with any crime," Kennedy replied: "He should leave, though. He's being investigated at this present time."
Another very hypocritical statement by ol' Ted, "...Ethics has to be a much more basic and fundamental issue." This from a man who has no good and decent ethics at all!


Here's another one...go read this lulu from Babs, who obviously lives in the land of Oz. NewsMax. Think I could sneak this CIA report onto her site without being hunted down? Nah, probably not.

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