I used to get blue in the face every time I would see some hypocrisy on the left and try to point it out to them. It was like talking to a brick wall. Think Joy Behar. Yeah, that kind of brick wall. That harpie still goes on and on about how many vacations Bush took during his presidency. Does this fool not watch anything else other than her own HLN show and The View? Then I ran across a piece in Mother Jones a while back, written by some Obamabot named Kevin Drum. After reading his piece “Obama, Libya, and Me,” I had a V-8 moment. “AAAaaahhh! I get it now!” It’s not hypocrisy to these tools – it’s BLIND LOYALTY!
Check out this passage from Mr. Drum’s piece about his thoughts on Obama’s decision to bomb Libya:
So what should I think about this? If it had been my call, I wouldn’t have gone into Libya. But the reason I voted for Obama in 2008 is because I trust his judgment. And not in any merely abstract way, either: I mean that if he and I were in a room and disagreed about some issue on which I had any doubt at all, I’d literally trust his judgment over my own. I think he’s smarter than me, better informed, better able to understand the consequences of his actions, and more farsighted. I voted for him because I trust his judgment, and I still do.