13
Feb
08

The pathetic attacks on McCain have already started.

The Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid, has a lot of shade in his past.

The Huffington Post’s “political reporter” (don’t you love it when organizations with a clear political agenda try to call contributors “reporters?”  At least they don’t even try to pretend they’re honest, unlike MSNBC) Sam Stein has unearth breaking news!  The world is round!  Also, Senator John McCain received money from people who used to work with Jack Abramoff!  Not exactly a “stop the presses” moment, but we’re dealing with the Huffington Post here, so…

If these left-wingnuts want to play the guilt by association game, where are their calls for the head of Senator Harry Reid?  He got $68,000 from Abramoff’s firm, so clearly he’s guilty to!  Of what exactly has yet to be determined, but since McCain is guilty, so must Reid. 

Never mind the fact that Reid actually has some shady land deals in his past that he made a fortune from while in the Senate.

But intellectual honesty from websites like HP is not what they’re in business for, they exist to make money and lie.  And there’s a lot of money in that on the Left.

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1 Response to “The pathetic attacks on McCain have already started.”


  1. February 13, 2008 at 9:51 am

    Started already? Hasn’t it been the Conservative talk show hosts and bloggers the last couple of weeks to get the ball rolling? I think you guys even lightly took part in it? With Mittens gone, I suppose it’s time to get in line for the buffet of fried squirrel. Oh, wait, that’s not mathmetically possible.


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