Tag Archive for Hypocrisy

Mud Bath?

(CNN) — Trying to establish herself in the minds of voters as the more experienced candidate and facing a shrinking lead in New Hampshire, Sen. Hillary Clinton took a sharp dig Tuesday at her closest Democratic rival, Sen. Barack Obama. Clinton zeroed in on Obama’s remark that his “strongest” foreign policy experience came from living…

Edwards responds to “Mudslinging” charge on Face the Nation

H/T Huffington Post ‘Mudslinging’ against Clinton: This is ‘milquetoast’ Former Sen. John Edwards, who ran for president in 2004 with an unfailingly upbeat campaign and then joined the ticket of his party’s nominee, has come back this year with a fighting edge – an edge which Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York has likened to…

IOKIYAR: Ackerman’s Maui Trip Barely Registers

HT to our friends at Orange Juice for this lead of an article that ran last week in the SacBee. But some commentary first.  The Flash Report continues to practice Ronald Reagan’s 11th commandment which is “Thou shall not speak ill of a fellow Republican (unless they are convicted).”  Hence, two weeks after Sheriff Mike…

Supporting the Troops is More Than Supporting Their Mission

HT to Wired Magazine’s Danger Room blog. This piece from Senator Edward M. Kennedy and former Senator Max Cleland.  I voted for Kennedy twice when I lived in Boston.  I do remember him kicking Mitt Romney to the curb in three debates in 1994. It was fun to watch. Kennedy, Cleland: Stop Messing with Vets’…

Register Editorial: Republicans are the Party of Big Government

Today’s Register editorial reports that our national debt is now $9 trillion dollars and lays the blame squarely at the feet of President Bush and the Republicans who held ppower for that long.  The Register reports that the federal debt has more than doubled under Bush epxanding by about $5.6 trillion dollars.  I have a…

The Elephant in the Room

With the County Board of Supervisors rejecting a proposal today that would allow them to remove a public official from office for a variety of reason (oh, like say a federal corruption indictment), I got a tad excited when I saw a link to this on the Flash Report. I clicked through only to be…

A Lazy Sunday at Flash

Another day and another day without commentary from Jon Flieschman on the indictment on federal corruption charges against OC Sheriff Mike Carona.  The commentary today is simply, ‘no commentary today.”  A poster asked Jon for his take on Carona only to be bitch-slapped by one of Jon’s capos and threatened with having his commenting ability revoked;…