Tuesday, May 25, 2010

DeValued Crap

Patrick says Obama critics are
'almost at the level of sedition'

Boned Jello

Governor Deval Patrick, even as he decried partisanship in Washington, said today that Republican opposition to President Obama’s agenda has become so obstinate that it “is almost at the level of sedition.”

The Democratic governor, who is close to the president, made the comments at a forum at Suffolk Law School's Rappaport Center, where he was asked by an audience member about partisan battling in Congress.

Patrick said that even "on my worst day, when I’m most frustrated about folks who seem to rooting for failure," he doesn't face anything like the opposition faced by the president.

"It seems like child’s play compared to what is going on in Washington, where it is almost at the level of sedition, it feels to like me,” Patrick said.

Merriam-Webster.com, the dictionary site, defines sedition as "incitement of resistance to or insurrection against lawful authority.'' [Boston.com]
Sedition being, in the eyes of Liberals, wanting to throw them the hell out of power.  Yup.  Guilty as charged.


Jess said...

I love it when they become so desperate, they go to the dictionary for new words. The problem is that they never read all the definitions, how it applies to them, and the fact they are becoming substantially more of a minority daily.

Anonymous said...

I think he also has a problem with the word 'failure', Jess.

Scottiebill said...

Joe the Blowhard seems to have become Igor to The Komrade's Dr. Frankenstein: Whenever The Komrade says anything, Joe says, "Yes, Master."

Yesterday I found a quote by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle that fits The Komrade perfectly:
"His knowledge was far greater than his wisdom, and his powers were far superior to his character."

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