Isn’t It Ironic?

The Democrats are demanding that the “misleader-in chief” who “lied” us into an “unnecessary and foolish” war in Iraq and was “AWOL” from the National Guard and who is a “cokehead,” a “wingnut,” an “extremist,” etc., etc, stop his “personal attacks” on Sen. Harry Reid.

Sometimes you have to wonder if they even realize the irony of it all…

UPDATE: Red State quotes Denis Leary:

I was reading an interview with Keith Richards in a magazine and in the interview Keith Richards intimated that kids should not do drugs. Keith Richards! Says that kids should not do drugs! Keith, we can’t do any more drugs because you already f****** did them all, alright! There’s none left! We have to wait ’till you die and smoke your ashes! J**** C****! Talk about the pot and the f****** kettle.

Heh. Indeed.

2 thoughts on “Isn’t It Ironic?

  1. Was there ever an organized effort by the Democratic Party to smear Bush on the grounds of being a “cokehead”, “wingnut”, or National Guard deserter? The claims of “liar” and “misleader-in-chief” have the indisputable side effect of being accurate assessments on Bush’s policies, but what I could see of the RNC’s smear campaign against consisted of little more than platitudes about “obstructionism” (a member of the opposition party doing his job…what a concept!!!) and personal attacks about the condo Reid lives in. Comparing apples to oranges doesn’t make you guys seem any less petty or infantile.

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