But if you give a speech of lies coupled with calling everyone who disagrees with you liars, you stand a pretty good chance of being called a liar by someone who does disagree with you.
Besides, the good Congressman was not only right, he was only following the President’s example.
As Glenn Reynolds says . . . ”
I’m finding it hard to get excited about this. It was a breach of decorum and civility. But someone who says “get in their face” and “punch back twice as hard” has little standing to bring that up. If you want to benefit from traditions of civility, you should respect them, and that has hardly been a hallmark of this administration, which has gone out of its way to try to demonize and shout down opponents.
I don’t see this speech helping Barry. He was extremely divisive and absolutely tone-deaf to the voices of a majority of Americans who are dead-set against the Democrat’s push to nationalize health care.
Arrogant. Hard-hardheaded. Just plain mean.
It’s not selling well.
He may get a small bump in the polls due to his emotional plea, but in the next week or so it will start dropping again. Then he will have to settle for something just to save his presidency – if it can be saved at all.
That’s my prediction anyway.
Well, more my hope.