Tuesday, February 22, 2005

The Lowest Common Denominators

So what does it take to be a U.S. Congressman these days? Apparently not much, as evidenced by a few moonbat lefties who were somehow elected to office.

Most recently, Congressman Charlie Rangel claimed that it was "bigoted" to call radical groups like Hizbollah Islamic terrorists:

Asked about the refusal by some European governments to declare Hezbollah an Islamic terror group, Rangel told WWRL’s Steve Malzberg and Karen Hunter, “To call it Islamic terror is discriminating, it’s bigoted, it is not the right thing to say.”
Rangel even questioned whether, in fact, a worldwide Islamic terrorist movement even existed, saying, “We just take for granted that there is an Islamic terror movement because we do have some fanatic people who come from Islamic countries.”

This remark, comes soon after Congressman Maurice Hinchey declared that he felt that it was the Karl Rove who was behind the who CBS memo scandal and that he had "set up" Dan Rather.

That evil genius Karl Rove!!! He knows everything!!!


At 1:56 PM, Blogger Thequestion said...

Once again your post leaves more questions. Why the Right feels the need to call names, "moonbat" and take every swipe at the Left shows the insecurity of those on the Right.

Instead of recognizing the achievements of people like Dan Rather, who helped uncover numerous scandals in Iraq, including the prison scandal, you take your shots.

Name calling never advanced any argument. The Left moves on as the Right continues to drift farther away. The South will only follow this nonesense for so long.

For the real truth visit www.michaelmoore.com


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