Monday, November 09, 2009

A Person is Known by the Company He Keeps

So, Eric Cantor finally makes a statement against ONE instance of wingnut Nazi comparison tactics.

Maybe you should have noticed all of that imagery at all these "Tea Parties" MONTHS ago? Word around the internets is that you stood there last Thursday praising the wingnut protesters, even as they displayed an image comparing health care reform to Dachau. But no, you're too busy trying to suck up to the powers that be in your party. Trying to see what's next for Eric Cantor instead of showing some basic human dignity.

Sorry, pal, but that's what you get when you whore yourself out to Hannity & Colmes and their ilk. You're one of them, and it's too late to take it back. If you play in the same sandbox with the likes of Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and Michael Weiner "Savage", then you get the same sand all over you.

Yes, a person is known by the company he keeps. And I think we know you very well by now.

You may be my "Representative", but you do NOT represent me. Oh, and sending me that fund-raising appeal accusing me of being a long-time supporter of conservative causes? Better fire the moron who vets your mailing lists.

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