September 3, 2008

Do as I say, not as I do?

You know, there's something more than a bit slimy about those who want to use government and legislation to force their religious or moral beliefs on others, yet when it comes to their private morality or lack of it, it's suddenly nobody's business.

Isn't that more than a little hypocritical?

If such matters are nobody's business, (and I agree.) then why have the Republicans tried for years to ram whatever their particular brand of morality happens to be down everyone else's throats? Why have they appointed themselves as the sole judge of what's moral and what's not? And why have they corrupted our government and politics in the process of trying to use them to enforce their views on everyone?

After all, it's nobody's business.

Maybe one of the right wing creeps who feign outrage that anyone dares to do anything other than utterly ignore the Palin fiasco, or worse yet, actually point out the contradictions and hypocrisy involved could 'splain that to me.


At 9/03/2008 8:36 PM, Blogger Wes said...

The outrage over the treatment of Palin’s daughter should all go back to McCain. Who in the mainstream press has talked about her daughter outside of the context of the releases from the McCain campaign?

I also just heard Mike Huckabee say that he was in college before he knew that raking a shower wasn’t supposed to hurt. Fried ‘Possum anyone?


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