So today in the Washington Post Richard Cohen unilaterally decides that even though the administration has lied about emails, and lied about documentation and lied about who changed what talking points when, and lied about causes and put one man in jail, and no one has been able to pinpoint where the president was, and no one has been pointed out as the person where the security concerns got stuck (though apparently everyone knows it was far, far, far below Hillary), that there is nothing to see here, and all Republicans talk in a mean way.
Heres’ some snips:
Tuning the car radio some weeks back, I heard the president denounced as a moron. I was shocked. ….But this is the way the president’s opponents talk. It is rude. It is crude. It is disrespectful and it is downright nuts — but it is not limited to radio talkers. It is the lingua franca of the Republican Party……..I know feelings can be strong and reason plays little part in it — faith is faith, after all — and this is the way I see the GOP snits about the Internal Revenue Service and, more pertinent, Benghazi. What are these people talking about?…………..So what is Benghazi? Beats me, I am tempted to say. ………………Benghazi, Benghazi, Benghazi. It will show. . . . It will prove. . . . It will expose. . . . What? What the hell are you talking about?
Dear Mr. Cohen,
Until those on the stand are honest and open with those doing the questioning, the questions will remain. And that, my dear, is why they are having hearings. Will they get to the bottom of it? Probably not, because the whole group lies, but there is a far better chance at getting to the current implied, yet not proven proof with hearings than without.
I’d like the history books to be accurate if you don’t mind.