Comments: A trip back in time (moonbat hypocrisy alert)

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I doubt that Trust Fund would see the irony, to use his term, given how much of a partisan hack he is. Obama's actually done the things that Trust Fund alleged Bush was doing, and he's upped the ante from Bush's policies. But it seems that was bad under Bush (NSA wiretapping, black sites, Gitmo being open, waterbaording, etc.) has been deemed acceptable under Obama, who actually has jailed political opponents like Nakoula and D'Souza and used the IRS to harass and intimidate opponents. But Trust Fund probably thinks it's cool because the "right people" are being targeted, or some such nonsense.

On Zero Dark Thirty: Haven't seen it yet, but I plan to eventually. I'm all for waterboarding terrorist scum, because it does yield information. Without it, we wouldn't have been able to capture Osama bin Laden. And I definitely would go all Liam neeson to protect my family if need be. Most people I know would as well.

Posted by Carl at January 29, 2014 06:49 PM

If Bush was as bad as they say he was, they would have been picked up and dropped into the Pacific deep trench, never to be heard again. The fact that they speak as loudly and annoyingly as they do, is evidence they are still around and wrong.

If Obama is as bad as we say, then there would be people disappearing as well. Such as dead bodies in Benghazi, disappearing Seal Teams, political opponents being quietly taken apart, etc.

Posted by Ymarsakar at February 6, 2014 11:45 PM