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UPDATE: This has got to stop. This is our country, Democrats and Republicans and however else has a problem with that. If you feel you do not serve for the people of this great country, then open up your Constitution and read the Declaration of Independence as well. People will only be pushed so far. Keep it up...
I have copied Breitbart's response to the talking points the Democrats released to their thugs (I don't care what you think, Boxer, you're a thug), and I couldn't have said it better. Here:
Dems Defend Etheridge, Attack BreitbartThe nerve of some people. I'd like to address all people who are NOT politicians. Please be skeptical of all of them, even your own party. They lie to get elected for the most part, and they spend us into destruction. Both parties. This, however, is not the way to respond to a couple students wanting to ask questions. All he had to say was, "I'm too busy right. No comment." Even we know that!
by Alexander Marlow
The next time someone asks you to explain “the politics of personal destruction,” use this example: Video surfaces of a United States Congressman attacking a college student, grabbing him by the wrist, neck, and body, and assaulting another student’s camera. The U.S. Representative refuses to immediately release the first student despite the student’s repeated pleas. You are an official of that Congressman’s political party. How do you respond? You attack the publisher of a website that released the video. Behold, from Politico’s Ben Smith:A national Democratic Party official e-mailed around a set of talking points about an hour ago, under the subject heading, “Etheridge Gotcha Video Background.”From the talking points:
Democrats are seeking to raise questions about the video, which first appeared on Andrew Breitbart’s Big Government, because of what’s widely viewed as the media’s mishandling of the ACORN story, which emerged without context from edited videos. In particular, party officials say the video was likely taken by a tracker for the Republican Party, which would explain the effort taken to conceal his identity.Push hard w/ blogs the lack of credibility inherent to anything Breitbart does/posts, given its role in the debunked ACORN videos:Considering Congressman Etheridge has already apologized and said there was no excuse for his behavior, it’s seems like this may have been a battle the Democrats should have sat out. Too late now.
May you walk with the LORD always, and when you cannot take another step, may He carry you the rest of the way until you can walk along side Him again. Digg!