Friday, September 22, 2006

GOP abhors playing politics

Isn't it disgusting that someone's politicizing the State Elections Board case against Congressman Mark Green? Republilcans are outraged that anyone would play politics with a board appointed by politicians.

I'm glad we have a principled prosecutor who can step in and do the right thing, even if he has no authority.. Shouldn't he be out rounding up illegal aliens?

Now those dirty Dems are smearing Mark Green's reputation. What next?

UPDATE: The plot thickens.

5 Comments:

At 9:42 PM, Blogger XOut said...

Oh ... I don't know that we 'abhor' it Christoff - we just have a little bit more respect for institutions then you guys do.

Putting together an analogy of this whole thing....

No matter how tempting it may be, a Republican in a desperate situation can still see the difference between a drinking fountain and a urinal and we would use each for it's intended purpose. Your team, not only cannot make that distinction, but with an almost feline-like pleasure, glee and pride, you enjoy marking the territory.

Look at what you are protecting within your domain. Keep it. Roll in it.

Ask yourself… in a moment of reflection…. WWGD? What would Gaylord do?

We wouldn’t be here if people like you could look yourselves in the mirror and confront the difference between the values that gave us our heroes and the values that we despise.

You sold out, and now, a drinking fountain is the same as a urinal.

For me, I think that the third-stage of processing at Jones Island is long way from drinking water, but then again, who am I?

 
At 9:50 PM, Blogger Xoff said...

Who are you?

A very unhappy, anonymous troll.

 
At 10:05 PM, Blogger XOut said...

No Bill.

I am very happy.

How are you doing?

 
At 12:28 PM, Blogger George Roberts said...

And yet, it was the Republicans who trumped up a scandal about Gaylord and ran him out of Congress.

What would Gaylord do?

He would abhor you and your "respect," xout. And your lack of knowledge of your own party's past.

 
At 12:36 AM, Blogger XOut said...

George,

Well, XOff and his liberal friends have done a great deal more to pollute the political environment.

So what you are actually saying is that Gaylord was no statesman? Fair enough, but I would have given him more credit than that.

So much for your own heroes.

 

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