Friday, OCTOber 11, 2010


In 2003, Michael Moore was booed for attacking President Bush at the Oscars. It wasn’t one of his finest moments, but he wasn’t a member of Congress calling the President a liar to his face during a joint session.

Even though former Strom Thurmond page and current South Carolina Representative, Joe Wilson, has apologized, his behavior reflects a growing concern I have about the Republican party.

Earlier this week, the President was supposed to address my children, but our Republican governor disapproved.

Now before you accuse me of being partisan, one of my best friends is a Republican. He assures me that his party’s concern wasn’t about politics.

I had to think about that. On November 14, 1988, C-SPAN broadcast President Obama, I hope when you speak in the Twin Cities tomorrow you receive the respect you deserve.

To quote Reagan’s protest-free school address, "Hypocrisy is the homage that vice pays to virtue.'' And before you accuse me of being partisan, just remember, one of my BEST friends is a Republican.
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