But, like Mitt Romney and his ambitions for Mormonism, these Tetris-like pieces, falling perfectly into place, can only be revealed long after the subject of interest has attained power.
That's how a lie of omission - and putting partisanship over country - "works."
Speaking of partisanship, isn't it fascinating the lengths conservatives are happily going to, digging through Elizabeth Warren's life to debunk her flimsy claim to a Cherokee heritage, but they show no more than a superficial interest in the life of a man in line to become president, who is a high ranking official in what many are openly calling a "creepy"cult? (Remember when Obama ran and CNN said the same thing?) Oh yes, if an Affirmative-Action devouring fruitcake was teaching our children we must know everything, but if a nutjob's about to be elected leader of the free world, just flash a picture of his family on the screen and everybody STFU. That's how presidential vetting's been done in this country for two election cycles now. And even worse A) they try to act like no one's noticing, and B) they're proud of themselves for getting away with it this long.
I say it won't last,...