The Continued Slander of 'the Democrat Party'
Democratic presidential candidate Barrack Hussein Obama apologized yesterday for describing the lives of 3,000 U.S. troops killed in Iraq as "wasted." He called the remark "a slip of the tongue."
In November, Democrat John Kerry apologized for implying that U.S. troops were uneducated. He called his statement, "a poorly stated joke."
In June of 2005, Democrat Dick Durbin apologized on the Senate floor for likening U.S. troops to "Nazis, Soviets in their gulags or some mad regime — Pol Pot or others — that had no concern for human beings..." He called the comparisons unintentional, stating "I never ever intended any disrespect for them."
Also in 2005, Democrat Ted Kennedy called the U.S. military torturers. Reading from a prepared text, Kennedy said, "...we now learn that Saddam's torture chambers reopened under new management - US management." Kennedy did not apologize.
I don't know about you, but I'm detecting a subtle theme among certain Democrat -- er, Democratic -- leaders.
It's interesting to contrast these outrageous remarks with the faux press buzz around President Bush's description of "the Democrat Party." ABC and CBS, among others, covered the synctactic gap. CBS termed it, "an offensive political gaffe."
Offensive? If there's one thing you can say about the mainstream press -- and Democrats -- it's that they're consistent.
Oven-baked good readin', just like Mama used to make:
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