Yesterday (7/2) I posted an e-mail from a friend who thought it inappropriate to make light of Senator Clinton for her recent promise to raise taxes "for the common good." My reply is in the Feedback forum under Hillary and Taxes.
Saturday, July 3, 2004
I listen to Sean Hannity from time to time, but although I agree with much of what he says, I don't appreciate the way he handles dissenting calls.
Even so, I heard him say something yesterday that I thought was pretty clever. He had a Kerry supporter on, and he asked the fellow if he could ever imagine voting for any of the seven soldiers accused in the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal should one of them someday run for president. The gentleman replied that he could not, implying that anyone who would do such awful things was disqualified from holding high office. Whereupon Hannity asked him why, then, he was going to vote for John Kerry who confessed to doing far worse in Vietnam than what these soldiers were accused of doing in Iraq. The man had no answer.
That's an interesting question, I think.