To majority media and other Democrats : we police our own, and you don’t get to judgeAccording to my strict interpretation of this writing, no Righteous Bubbas are prohibited from judging, so judge I shall.
Posted by E Pluribus Unum (Profile)
Wednesday, June 24th at 4:50PM EDT
HA HA HA.
By all means report the facts. I’m sure you’ll be happy to cover every salacious detail. Have at it. Be sure to cover the pain and suffering of Governor Sanford’s family. While you are at it, cover the depth to which all South Carolina and nation-wide Republicans and conservatives rightly feel betrayed.Let's see this in practice:
Beyond that, just shut up. Shut your lying, hypocritical, power-above-patriotism, hyper-partisan, two-faced, shamelessly double-standard bearing pie hole.
You don’t get to judge.
1. Mark Sanford is a Republican governor
2. Mark Sanford is married
3. Republicans are the party of family values
4. Mark Sanford vanished, winding up in Argentina to wiggle his weenie in a woman he was not married to
5. I HAVE NOTHING WHATSOEVER TO SAY ABOUT THE FOREGOING
The Library of Congress could hardly contain chapter and verse of the multitudes of ways the press and the other Democrats have gotten away with judging Republicans by wholly different standards than that applied to Democrats.Er, are Republican standards different or what? I mean, what diaper brand or bathroom stall are we all agreed on?
But that double standard is both obvious and as wide as the Grand Canyon. You show no honor, no equity, no fairness, and no scruples yourselves. You, to put it mildly, do not police your own.
We do. We’ll deal with Sanford.
We have standards (you don’t), and we have a long history of punishing and purging our leaders who prove unworthy of trust.
For your part, serial adulterer Bill Clinton remains a rock star as far as you are concerned, and that about sums up the standards to which Democrats hold themselves.I believe this sums up the standards to which you hold Democrats.
So, spare us your mock outrage,
your eyebrows furrowed in anger.Regrettably I can think of nothing funny involving eyebrows.
If you are well and truly outraged by Mark Sanford’s adultery, but could not trouble yourself to muster even a little mild disapproval against the cretin who wiped his feet with the honor of the office of President of the United States, then you are a hypocrite yourself of the lowest stripe. You are unworthy to judge.Not at all outraged so yadda yadda yadda.
So just shut up.
But what might this policing mean?
M. Bouffant beats me to it but a few This Day in History posts will end the embarrassment in a jiffy.
Also forgot to mention I owe Caliph Garrett a cruel one.