Outbreak of Honesty at the Huffpo?
I was somewhat surprised to see this post
at the Huffpo, entitled "Anti-Bush, Pro-Alito".Anything that damages Bush is a service to the world as far as I'm concerned but fair is fair. Just as the evidence convicts Bush of lying us into an illegal war that killed tens of thousands of innocents, the evidence I've so far heard, combined with Alito's explanations, exonerate him of ideological bias.
Of course, the commenters have mostly not been pleased, including one R Fuqua, who decided to praise Ted Kennedy:I never really appreciated Edward Kennedy when I was growing up. He always seemed so small and feeble; dwarfed, perhaps, by the almost godlike popularity of his charismatic siblings. But in recent years, the Massachusetts Senator has come out of his shell and expanded enormously, becoming the patriarch of the Kennedy clan and in many ways the personification of the Democrat Party itself.
That’s why I took such great pleasure in seeing the ol’ Bear tear into the Chimp’s SCOTUS pick, blasting the trembling Alito for his questionable commitment to women’s rights, and for his unblinking hypocrisy.
Quite frankly I was surprised that Alito even showed up for the hearings. Far tougher men and a great deal of women have turned and fled from Ted Kennedy, and wisely so.
Truer words were never spoken; a great deal of women have indeed turned and fled from Ted Kennedy, and wisely so.
Moron Ted Kennedy at the Right Place