Kick Him When He’s Down

It looks like Senator Dick Durbin is doing the dance we talk about when we discuss democrats. He is doing the back pedal. You might remember that Durbin is the idiot who said:

“If I read this to you and did not tell you that it was an FBI agent describing what Americans had done to prisoners in their control, you would most certainly believe this must have been done by Nazis, Soviets in their gulags or some mad regime — Pol Pot or others — that had no concern for human beings”

His comments caused an uproar and he was the target of many conservative blogs (including this one) and talk shows. There are many who have called for his censure and I think that is more than appropriate. You see, guys like John McCain can say that Durbin has made a heart felt apology and that it is over because we have all said things we were sorry for. I think Durbin only became sorry when the wrath of the public came down on him. He refused to apologize after the remarks and was actually quite indignant about it saying:

“This administration should apologize to the American people for abandoning the Geneva Conventions and authorizing torture techniques that put our troops at risk and make Americans less secure”

He was a real tough guy when he thought he was cool bashing the troops and their Commander in Chief. Then when the public started to lash out he began the dance. So here was Dick on the floor of the Senate with tears in his eyes, voice cracking telling everyone he now realizes he might have used the wrong words. He did not say he did anything wrong, just that others might have been offended by what he said. He has seen the error of his ways. Or has he? See, I have been in the South and all the talk shows are creaming this guy. They are recommending that people call his office. Evidently they have been and many are reporting that the folks answering the phones are getting a might bit testy. There are many people who are calling for censure and I think they should start turning up the fire some more. Durbin is trying to get out of a jam by faking an apology. Bill Clinton did that with the Lewinsky affair and people bought the act. He, like Durbin, was not sincere. Unfortunately, there are those, like McCain, who will buy it.

I urge everyone to write to the RNC. Email them, fax them, and call them on the phone. Tell them you do not intend to send them one red cent until they call for censure of Durbin. Let them know they get nothing until it is introduced with their names on it. When they send you a request for money, send them a letter back with this request (in their postage paid envelope).

Yes folks, it is time to kick this man when he is down. Make no mistake, if it were the President in a bad way Dick Durbin would take many turns in line to get his kicks in. We owe him nothing less.

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2 Responses to “Kick Him When He’s Down”

  1. TheAce0804 says:

    McCain will buy anything, as long as it says “‘You can’t get mad at me, I’m on both sides'” on it somewhere.

    As far as Dick is concerned, forgive, but don’t forget. Or better yet, don’t do either. He’s one of those kind of guys that shoots off at the mouth until it catches up with him, and then he cries. Its pitiful.

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