About That “Lack of Candor”

Two outstanding posts that go hand-in-hand are must-reads for Sunday afternoon…

“Bust-O!” by Dan Collins at Piece of Work in Progress (h/t The Other McCain):

Largely missing from the analysis, which is punctuated with a lot of 20/20 hindsight observation, is any appreciation of how Obama and his administration’s lack of candor might have affected perceptions of his trustworthiness.

Obama’s approval numbers are drooping like a soggy Slip-n-Slide after an all day birthday party. He knows.

Pair Dan’s piece with this jewel at Atlanta Politics Online by Dr. Dave and you have all the answers (at least as of today) on the Democrat’s disdain for the “Great Unwashed”:

I’m a democrat. I’m an elitist. I’m perfect. I’m not like all of you stupid wingnuts out there working your greedy little fingers to the bone trying to make a little money and feed your family and have something to call successful when you retire. You owe me.

And they wonder why we’re angry…


UPDATE: Welcome Rhetorican readers!


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