F#$%ing Coarse Rhetoric
According to The Hill’s (not the TV show) Blog Briefing Room:
President Obama says the angry scenes on televised town halls represents a “coarsening of our political dialogue.”
Really? What about Van Jones? Or Rev. Wright? Or Bill Ayers?
Since when was questioning authority considered to be a “coarsening of our political dialogue”? Wasn’t it quite vogue amongst the 60s revolutionaries whom Obama seems to be so fond of? When did Obama become such a square?
Obama’s philosophy must be “Free speech for me, but not for thee.”
And in honor of “coarse words”, I present: