Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Some Very Important Words Worth Noting (Though You NewAgers Are Determined To Never Learn)

"John Edwards–he of constructing a 28,000 square foot home while preaching about the two Americas and remonstrating about the environment–is one of the most reprehensible schmucks to appear on the American political scene in some time. And that’s saying something. That he played this game while his wife had cancer makes it contemptible beyond words. Now we know why he was always primping in the mirror. It is narcissism unbounded.

But there is a moral to this story - and I think we all know it. I hate the use of caps, but I think in this instance I will use them. DO NOT BELIEVE THE HIGH FLOWN RHETORIC OF POLITICIANS - ESPECIALLY WHEN IT IS HOLIER THAN THOU. THEY ARE LIKELY TO BE MASKING SOMETHING."

-- Roger L. Simon, writing for Pajamas Media

1 comment:

  1. So nice to hear someone flat-out proclaiming the Edwards fraud. I've never understood how his hypocrisy goes unnoticed.

    The man is an unapologetic human parasite that leads the charge of craven political manipulation.