Gentlemen, do you remember this?
Last week, Congressman Joe Wilson (R-SC) called out "you lie" during President Obama's speech on health care reform, and immediately apologized for his comments. In fact, he apologized several times, publicly and to the White House.
In 2002, Senator Harry Reid called President Bush a liar, and has yet to issue a single apology. During a 2005 interview he became indignant about the incident, saying that he had apologized for also calling President Bush a "loser," and then adding "But never for the liar, have I?"
What was the reaction from the left to Reid's accusation? Democrats cheered him on. Cheered him on, in fact, so loudly that he continues to say outrageous things like, "the war is lost," and "you could literally smell the tourists coming into the Capitol."
Now, despite Wilson’s apology, the Democrat majority in the House of Representatives is trying to censure him.
This resolution shows the hypocritical nature of the Democrat leadership in Washington - Are Americans taking notice? Or is it the same people that have seen this "two different sets of rules for two different parties" the whole time?
In his home state of Nevada, Harry Reid's approval ratings are at a dismal 36%, with a majority of Nevada residents disapproving of his "leadership" in the Senate. What about the other "Democratic leadership" (difficult to say that without laughing, any moron can lead sheep) Are the other states sheeple awakening to the realities of their Democratic representatives?