Every single one of them whining about Romney should be ashamed. How quickly they forget what they supposedly stand for when push comes to shove. Yes, Romney is right to an extent, Obama promises did help to win the day for the Progressives. To chew him out and make a public spectacle of themselves doing it is just wrong. Does anyone actually think the promise of “card check” to the unions and the bailouts of GM and Chrysler didn’t help unionistas decide who to vote for? He “implemented” part of the “Dream Act” for those under thirty to pander to the Hispanic vote, declaring the law was no longer enforceable without benefit of legislation. Obamacare was also a gift that benefits Obama voters. As Keith Koffler at White House Dossier states;
The Obama people are having a good laugh over all this. They know what they did. They know Romney’s right. And they know, believe me they know, cynicism when they see it.
I have news for the R-words, out-pandering the D-words is not going to get it. Pandering is their stock in trade. You of all people should know this. They will always up the ante. While the teeth gnashing continues, the R-words are betraying their own beliefs(?) in a smaller less centralized government and free market capitalism (throw the cronies out). So, not to be outdone by their Democrat counterparts, many in the Republican party play the blame game too. From the Daily Mail;
Mitt Romney shunned by the Republican Party: Failed presidential candidate becomes ‘persona non grata’ as officials begin planning for 2016
If you don’t think the D-words will not use sexism and racism as a political club to silence their opponents, think again. Their whine, couched in color and gender, displays the ongoing sexist and racist attitude of the left. When Obama excoriated Clinton, no one called it “racist” or “sexist”. She had to stand or fall on her own merits in the campaign. It was the “good ole boy network” that called for her to step down. Sonia Sotomayer had to go through Congressional hearings and was questioned extensively, so was Elena Kagan. No one thought that was “racist” or “sexist” or even suggested that theory. But now, it is considered “racist” or “sexist” to question the motives of the Ambassador of the US to the UN over her very questionable comments? Please!
Rep. Marcia Fudge (D.-Ohio), the incoming chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, is accusing Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz) of “sexism and racism” because the criticism leveled at U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice for telling the American people that the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi was a spontaneous reaction to a video posted on YouTube. Video at the link from Breitbart
As a female, and part of a minority, I find this reprehensible conduct unbecoming a Congress person, no matter race or gender. All this is an attempt to shut down those who find the actions of people in government questionable. It is not in the best interest of the US.
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