Tuesday, October 7, 2008


Ever said that?

I have.

I've made some doozies!

Some of my mistakes were just plain stupidity on my part.

Others were made because I depended on the integrity of others.

A very few were just slip-ups.

John McCain has been accused by the BO (Barack Obama...get it?) campaign of being part of the so-called "Keating Five."

John McCain has accused BO of palling around with William Ayers (self-proclaimed terrorist...well he didn't use the word, "terrorist," but he used the same tactics).

Both of the above are true.

So what sets them apart?

John McCain has been open and honest about the Keating matter.

The Democratic special counsel in charge recommended that Senator McCain be completely exonerated.

BO has not been honest about his relationship with William Ayers, Jeremiah Wright or any of the Chicago hoodlums, slum-lords or Mafioso (Re: Tony Rezko, convicted on bribery charges and who subsidized the purchase of Barack Obama’s home) with whom he has had documentable relationship.

Forgetting the score (BO-20; John McCain 1), just consider the depth of deception by BO compared to the openness of John McCain.

BO declares that his association with these people is not relevant to his election.
Somehow, though, John McCain's is.

Can you say, "Double Standard?"

Yet it looks very much like we're about to introduce BO to the White House.

Your bad.


Pasadena Closet Conservative said...

Funny that what's good for the goose isn't good for the gander. I like your "BO" reference. Something stinks.

David Wyatt said...

I just pray that the only way he's introduced to the White House is as an unwelcome visitor. God Bless.