Tag Archives: hypocrisy

On Hypocricy.

The Breck GirlHere’s the deal. Ever since the MoveOn.org crowd decided that the morals of a politician were nobody’s business but their own, we’ve lived in a world of double standards. Both those on the Left (Sen. Edwards, Jesse Jackson, Rep. Jefferson, etc.) and those on the right (Larry Craig, Ted Stevens, etc.) try their best to convince us that their private behavior has no bearing on their public fortunes.

That’s a load of B.S.

This is an issue of trust, and if someone is a hypocrite, you simply can’t – or at least shouldn’t – trust them. Continue reading On Hypocricy.

The Rainbow Competition.

You can tell Jesse Jackson’s in the news again by looking at his shoes. You know. The ones with the teeth marks on them. From putting his foot in his mouth. Again. But this time, it’s a (presumably) friendly fire incident with Mr. Rainbow Connection fragging his party’s/constituency’s/race’s nominee for President. The question is, why? Continue reading The Rainbow Competition.