Sunday, May 19, 2013

The Arrogance of Power

This is what it's come to:  "Obama aide Dan Pfeiffer appeared on Fox News Sunday and made the astounding claim that asking questions about the President's actions during the terror attack 'is offensive.'" As Doug Ross says, "It wasn't offensive to question the President's actions when G. W. Bush served. Remember the incredible questions the media raised after the 9/11 attacks regarding Bush's seven minutes reading The Pet Goat to an elementary school class? How the media portrayed Bush as cowardly and clueless for taking seven whole minutes to respond?"
I guess it's only offensive to ask questions and demand answers when the president in question happens to be a Democrat.

By the way, in case you've forgotten: it's Bush's fault!  Howie Carr has a reminder for you.

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