The Discerning Texan

All that is necessary for evil to triumph, is for good men to do nothing.
-- Edmund Burke
Thursday, May 10, 2007

(UPDATED: Was this a HOWARD DEAN Production??) Below the Belt: Kansas Dem Governor attempts to turn Greensberg tragedy into Partisan gain

Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius was just a little too quick on the trigger--and man, did she ever get caught red-handed. And she wasn't the only one. Meanwhile the people of Greensberg-- the town that is no longer there--are not happy about their lives being used as fodder for cheap political smears.

People who immediately view horrible tragedies like this as a chance to drive a wedge between themselves and their political enemies are everything that is wrong with this polarized country. When repulsive Democrat politicians can't even pause for 5 seconds to consider a truly awful Act of God (or perhaps to solicit assistance to those without homes?) without instantly trying to politicize it or use the tragedy--any tragedy will do--to try and to throw Republicans collectively under the bus, then they shame us all, and the entire Democratic process.

Slander has become an everyday national epidemic--and it is the axis of Reid,Pelosi, and a hysterical bloodthirsty media which has made it so. Is it 2008 yet?

UPDATE: There is significant buzz that Howard Dean was the person who urged Sebelius to go Postal before she had the facts. If there is anything to this, I smell a blogswarm. Where is Sandy Berger when you really need him?

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