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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

More vicious than what?

Ron Kaufman is in high dudgeon over Deval Patrick's suggestion that Republican rhetoric aimed at Barack Obama borders on sedition.
“Today’s criticism is nowhere near the vitriolic and vicious rhetoric that was aimed toward the last president,” said Bush family confidant and GOP national committeeman Ron Kaufman, referring to former President George W. Bush.
Check it out Ron. I don't believe anyone questioned where W. was born, then continued to pound the issue after it was repeatedly proven. Nor do I think there were repeated calls for Bush to go back to his New Haven, Conn. birthplace.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The language on both sides of the aisle has taken a turn for the worse over the last 10 years. From the left implying that Bush "stole" the election to today. Pelosi calling critics "unpatriotic". Maybe if Deval had spoken up and called for "civil" discourse and debate when Bush was in office I could see his point now, but he didn't.

May 25, 2010 3:21 PM  

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