There’s quite a damning piece up at TownHall.com by David Limbaugh regarding the SurrenderCrats’ two latest “Unhinged Liberals.”
Unlike our president, who spent Martin Luther King Day paying respectful tribute to MLK and Abraham Lincoln, Democratic Party notables, Hillary Clinton and Albert Gore, used the holiday as another opportunity to character-assassinate President George W. Bush.
If one could momentarily suspend his powers of discernment, he could almost sympathize with a woman saddled with the dilemma of trying to sound reasonable without permanently alienating that cabal of reliably unreasonable malcontents. But alas, Hillary obviously has no real beef with her base on principle, and from time to time, it insists she demonstrate her loyalty by paying homage to its cynicism and hysteria.
But as regrettable as Hillary’s remarks were, they were anemic compared to the rantings of that poster boy for instability Albert Gore, who, you may recall with horror, came within one state’s electoral vote of being president.
After accusing President Bush of virtual tyranny and depicting America as on the brink of ruin, Gore closed by protesting, “I am filled with optimism that America is on the eve of a golden age … ”
Old Albert could have fooled me. He sounds more like George Bernard Shaw’s description of a pessimist — one who “thinks everybody is as nasty as himself, and hates them for it.”
Either way, I just hope Albert and Hillary continue to spread their contagious optimism between now and November 2008.
Despite the wails of protest I received with this posting a couple weeks ago…. I would like to pose this question yet again: When does protesting and complaining turn into sedition, treason and emboldening our enemies?
Seems to me Al Gore would be in jail today under any other President in a time of war. I don’t know about you, but I’m happy to sacrifice Al Gore’s civil liberties to protect the Republic and the Constitution as a whole.