Update: This comment by Chuck on his post broke the irony meter:
Funny, I felt that way when she said he hung out with terrorists during the 2008 campaign and then again when she compared him to Nazis. You’d be better off writing her and asking that she be a good American by engaging in honest and principled debate.
He’s the one who put the picture of Palin with s swastika on it and implied that she was doing a Nazi salute (as if you couldn’t catch every politician with their hand in the air waving and do the same thing). What a hypocrite.
And it is a fact that Obama did hang out with a terrorist.
And Chuck asking for honest and principled debate after his lies? Pure hypocrisy.
He regularly compares Focus on the Family to Nazis (does he even listen to their shows regularly?) but is shocked that Sarah Palin referenced a column by Thomas Sowell that compared Obama to Hitler.
The difference is that Sowell is right. Obama is avoiding the rule of law, something Chuck probably doesn’t even understand.
And to show why making Nazi references is really bad, he . . . uh . . . shows a picture of Palin with a Nazi symbol. Very consistent, Chuck.
Maybe Chuck could avoid the logical fallacies and actually address what Sowell wrote, such as:
“Just where in the Constitution of the United States does it say that a president has the authority to extract vast sums of money from a private enterprise and distribute it as he sees fit to whomever he deems worthy of compensation? Nowhere,” the conservative columnist wrote.
Part of the problem is that Sarah appears to intimidate Chuck. He lied about her regularly during the campaign.
Other Liberals tried to spin Sarah’s Tweet about the article, just like Chuck did:
People for the American Way President Michael B. Keegan said in a statement. “Does Palin agree with Sowell that President Obama’s work to hold BP accountable for the worst oil spill in American history can be compared to the actions of Hitler?”
They ignore the obvious, of course. She and Sowell weren’t saying not to hold BP accountable. It was Obama’s shortcut in doing so that was at issue. But let’s not let that get in the way of demonizing Palin, OK?
Not only did Obama violate the rule of law in typical thuggish fashion, he did so in a stupid way. He let BP off the hook! Guess who gets to track and manage the $20B now? The government. And guess who has limited their liabilities? BP.
Oh, and who took the most campaign cash from BP? Obama. Chuck forgot to mention that.
Failed preacher. Failed politician. What’s next?