Skip to comments.After bludgeoning Romney, Dems oddly silent on Jack Lew’s Cayman Islands investments
Posted on 02/11/2013 2:30:44 PM PST by what's up
There are myriad reasons for conservatives to oppose Jack Lews nomination for Treasury Secretary. The fact that Lew recently held a substantial, and entirely legal, investment based in the Cayman Islands is not one of them. But shouldnt liberals be livid? Last year, the Obama campaign and its surrogates furiously accused Mitt Romney of betting against America through his financial portfolio, which included foreign holdings including some in the Cayman Islands. This ad painting the Republican nominee as an unpatriotic hypocrite was memorably unsparing in its demagoguery:
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Also, how did Kerry EVER escape getting flak for being the richest Senator?
Republican leadership is in cahoots with the democrats. It’s plain and simple.
They aren’t idiots and they haven’t just gotten there yesterday. It’s the simplest, straightforward answer. Given what they’ve done to the new kids there - the committee black lists and purges - and their views on conservatives and the Tea Party, it’s clear.
Captain Obvious, paging Captain Obvious.....
And.... to quote the Clinton's, "Can't we just get past this. It's time to move on."
But, but, but you mean that Democrats are hypocrites and liars?
I am so surprised (not).
Careful saying that too loud. You'll catch the same kind of flack I caught when I told some posters here that "reality" tv isn't real. You would have thought I told a group of preschoolers that Santa isn't real.
Lets see...because the guy is a LIBERAL...he gets a free pass
Low information voters can’t grasp the concept of hypocrisy.
Every time I read one of the articles, I am flabbergasted. Why would anyone think that political misbehaving children would be consistent in whom they sling mud at?
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