Friday, August 31, 2007

Do As I Say, Not As I Do

McBride, not satisfied to leave well enough alone, felt the need to post a second piece on Larry Craig (R-Airport Bathroom Stalls). She misleads the reader by making one think she's going to get another one right (a rare occurrence) when she criticized some fellow conservatives that came to defend Craig. But she drops the ball when she tries to portray a criminal conviction to allegations. She has to go back decades to bring up Ted Kennedy's scandal-now that's reaching.

But among her "couple of comments" (note to McBride: A couple means two, not nine), she pulls the classic McBride maneuver of "Do As I Say, Not As I Do" with

The Idaho Statesman needs to realize that Craig's arrest shouldn't mean they print every single unverified rumor they've ever heard in the newspaper
If McBride held herself to these same standards, she would have nothing to blog about, much less anything to use to distort the minds of the youth she lectures to.

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