President Obama’s Hypocrisy on Rush
Remember Labor Day 2011. What would that be, six, seven, eight months ago? James Hoffa Jr. at an event with Obama on the Tea Party, James Hoffa Jr. told the union to, quote, “Take these sons-of-bitches out,” unquote. Mr. Civility didn’t say a word about it, Mr. Obama said not a word about it, laughed about it, in fact, didn’t he? Chuckled a bit? Well, those, quote, sons-of-bitches, unquote, are somebody’s sons and daughters, these Tea Party SOBs are somebody’s sons and daughters. They are participating in public discourse, and they’re not public citizens; they’re private citizens. They’re anonymous. But it just goes to show the rules don’t apply to Democrats. This is what we were talking about yesterday, the double standard. The double standard is alive and well.
This is not even hypocrisy. This is just forgetting you said one thing and going out and saying the exact opposite. This is doing something and then deny you do it. This is robbing the bank and saying, “No, I didn’t,” when everybody saw it on videotape. Here’s a guy commenting on pundits saying, “I don’t comment on pundits. I lead by example. I’m the guy that leads by example in civility.” Sarah Palin tweeted a good point on Obama. She said: President Obama says he called Sandra Fluke because of his daughters. For the sake of everyone’s daughter, why doesn’t his super PAC return the $1 million he got from a rabid misogynist? That would be Bill Maher. He took a million dollars from somebody who’s called Sarah Palin the T-word, the C-word, and everything in between. And they’re not gonna give that money back, I guarantee you. It’s Obama’s super PAC.
He’s a guy who doesn’t comment on pundits. The first two weeks he’s in office he brings the congressional leadership up, says, “Don’t listen to Rush Limbaugh, that’s not how things get done in Washington.” He comments on me all the time, while saying he doesn’t comment on pundits. He comments on me frequently, while claiming he doesn’t comment on pundits.