Friday, February 23, 2007

Flip Flopping Masters!

When you point a finger at someone, three more are pointing directly back at you. Remember when conservatives were all agog about calling Senator Kerry a flip flopper? Then over the years they dropped that because it was apparent that Bush was decidedly and easily proven to be much better at it. I think the conservatives have mastered the art of saying one thing, and doing the opposite.

In the House, there was a resolution opposing the escalation, which of course the cons like to call not supporting the troops. It's hard to take them seriously when they can't even use the English language properly. Whatever. The Center for American Progress reports that Rep. Jeff Flake, Virginia Brown-Waits, and George Voinovich, all spoke on the House floor in opposition to the escalation. Yet they all voted against the resolution, and for the escalation they verbally opposed.

Then there is presidential hopeful John McCain. He stated years ago that Jerry Falwell was an agent of intolerance. Today he coddles to him. Last month, McCain said in an interview that Bush listened too much to Cheney, when describing the mess in Iraq. But then Cheney stated on ABC's Good Morning America the next time McCain saw him, he ran over and apologized. So what can you make of these folk?

It would be hard to make this kind of stuff up. But it boils down to this. They have no regard for the truth, and their only interest is in retaining power to promote their skewed ideology. They have no problems lying in the face of the public to create one image, and then acting contrary to their words.

In other words, they have no principles.

Weren't they supposed to be the party of traditional family values? What kind of families are they living in?

Are they representing your values?


Post a Comment

<< Home