Monday, June 3, 2013

I Don't Have to Give Dems a Bad Name These Days

They are absolutely doing it for themselves. From Terry McAuliffe leaving his newborn and wife to collect Clinton campaign funds, to the IRS suppressing Tea Parties in the 2012 Election, to the Holder/Obama Justice Department bugging the AP and ignoring blatant voter fraud, Democrats aren't just trying to supplant the American people...they're getting caught...a lot. 

Just last Friday, The Weekly Standard got a hold of the curious case of Curtis Morrison. The self-monikered 'Liberal Activist' claims that his life was 'upended' by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. It could have had something to do with his botched attempt to secretly record Senator McConnell in April.

But don't worry! Curtis is "not [going to] paint myself as a victim," in his Friday explanation/pity party in Salon(except in the sub-title, and paragraphs 3, 5, 7, 8, and 9 to start with).

Oh geez, thank goodness that the perpetrator of a crime against a U.S. Senator doesn't feel oppressed. God forbid! That a spy, trying explicitly to defame and sabotage someone in a low-down way (and frankly failing) doesn't feel like their rights are being trampled on (the right to privacy on private property, for example).

EVEN DEMOCRATS didn't like the looks, the methods, or the implications of what Morrison did. In fact, even at the time, Democratic Representative John Yarmuth from Morrison's home state of Kentucky called him and his cohorts "petty thieves" and "an embarrassment to the system and an embarrassment to politics", on MSNBC no less.

Liberal activists on the national level are becoming even worse than the demonic caricatures that they paint conservatives as. Conservatives have been called crackpots, conspiracy theorists, tin-foil behatted lunatics, and every other insult by the extreme Left. But how does your average, every-day, moderate Democrat justify the absolute fountain of criminal activity that is being carried out in the name of their party?

Start by taking the log out of your own eye.

VA GOP Caucus

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