Hypocrisy For Me, But Not For Thee

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(H/T Instapundit) Indeed, the hypocrisy is staggering.

So we’ve had nearly 8 years of lefty assassination fantasies about George W. Bush, and Bill Ayers’ bombing campaign is explained away as a consequence of him having just felt so strongly about social justice, but a few people yell things at McCain rallies and suddenly it’s a sign that anger is out of control in American politics?

[…] The Angry Left has gotten away with all sorts of beyond-the-pale behavior throughout the Bush Administration. The double standards involved — particularly on the part of the press — are what are feeding this anger…. So while asking for McCain supporters to chill a bit, can we also ask the press to start doing its job rather than openly shilling for a Democratic victory? Self-control is for everybody, if it’s for anybody. . . .

Encouraged by their Leader, lefto Democrats are told to “get in their faces,” but one or two little peeps out of a Republican rally and the press is foaming at the mouth, screaming that the Republic is in meltdown?!? And how are we to know, EXACTLY, if those raised voices are indeed peeved and inscensed conservatives or just another shrill batch of Obama-plants? We certainly cannot depend on our media for an honest accounting of the event, or any event for that matter!

Imagine that. A mojo so fragile it can be stolen by rimless glasses and a skirt.

Obama must be failing fast if his minions are ordered to blast the airwaves 24/7 with “Obama Landslide! McCain is sinking! “Obama Landslide! McCain is sinking! “Obama Landslide! McCain is sinking!” like Orcs beating out the evil rhythm of Mordor.

The crowds know they are neither “ignorant” or “racist.” They know that you can tell a lot about a man by looking at his friends. They also know that the things they dislike in Barack Obama are the very things they disliked about the caucasian Al Gore and John Kerry: the philosophy of government solutions over marketplace, the elitist disdain for their own values, and the sense that too much power consolidated in one party and enabled by the complicit press is simply bad for the country.

The press tried to steamroller the American public into voting their man both in 2000, and again in 2004, but they were hobbled by Democrat candidates who were stiff and unlikeable. They finally have a candidate who is likable and they can’t believe that these stubborn people on the right are not falling in line and falling in love – as though the right might actually – gasp – have been voting its principles all this time.

But they’re determined to win, and so yes, they’re sacrificing their credibility to do so, because they know that if they get the November Trifecta, credibility won’t matter any more

The scardycat libs believe there is safety in numbers. But I believe it was MLK who said “a lie can’t stand forever.” My hope and prayer now is that the many, many truths hidden by the Democratic party and the MSM about Barack Obama will come to light before November 4. Even if it is by lowly, backward, unsophisticated, bitter, backwoods word of mouth.

UPDATE: Projective projecting. Heh.

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