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    A clarifying day

    A clarifying day

    I think today has been clarifying.  Whatever pretense of civility existed in the Obama campaign is gone.

    It’s okay, perfectly okay with the President for his campaign staff to call Mitt Romney a liar and potential criminal:

    “No,” Obama press secretary Ben LaBolt said in response to a question from POLITICO about whether the president would apologize.

    Name calling is okay.

    It’s the official policy of the President of the United States.


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    IceColdTroll | July 13, 2012 at 10:06 am

    But just whisper one unflattering remark about Sock Puppet an you’re a RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACIST.

    TrooperJohnSmith | July 13, 2012 at 12:01 pm

    My good friend, the Worn-Out Homicide Detective, was telling me a story about while he was still in uniform. This lady was faced with an intruder, and having called the cops, was trying to defend herself until help arrived. The man was drunk and enraged, and just before he was upon her in her tiny apartment kitchen, she knocked him over the head with a small but heavy crock of bacon drippings from her stove top. Homicide Cop said that it took a supreme effort just to stand up on the greasy floor. Both cops’ uniforms were covered in bacon grease, as was the suspect. The next shift removed the cruiser from service, and it took the motor pool a whole shift to clean the car, but it still smelled of bacon for weeks afterward.

    Asked why she hit him with THAT, she said, “That’s all I had!”

    That’s the Obama campaign in a nutshell. Ad hominem, lies, personal attacks and hyperbole are all the have!

    sablegsd | July 14, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    Oh chill out people. It’s just a composite campaign, it doesn’t really mean anything.

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