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#1 User is offline   pepperonikkid 

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  Posted 06 December 2018 - 09:27 AM

Democrats really do love Republicans — when they're dead





https://nypost.com
by Michael Goodwin
December 4. 2018




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He was a patriot, a hero, a ­genial gentleman and a great American. You can't pick up a newspaper or go near a television without hearing leftists gush with praise for the late President George H.W. Bush. Who knew they felt this way?

And you are not mistaken if the outpouring of previously unknown affection for the first President Bush sounds familiar. That's because it is almost identical to the loving send-off the same suspects gave Sen. John McCain after he died in August.

It all just goes to prove that Democrats and their media handmaidens really do love Republicans — when they're dead. All the more so if, when they were alive, they ­opposed President Trump.

There were reports that both Bush and McCain voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016. See, good Republicans.

McCain's feud went beyond the grave, when it became known that he did not want Trump at his funeral. McCain got extra love for that ­final bit of pettiness.

Paradoxically, Bush gets extra credit because he wanted Trump at his funeral, even though both gestures are seen as a rebuke to the current president. In this case, Bush is hailed for rising above pettiness.

There is another phony dimension in the media's praise for Bush and McCain in that both were said to epitomize a less toxic time in politics. While it's true that politics wasn't always as vicious as it is now and that Democrats and Republicans actually socialized frequently, the mainstream media didn't share in that bipartisan bonhomie when it came to coverage.

Even then, their bias tilted left, although their double standard has reached new depths in recent years. I believe the press corps' lapdog approach to Barack Obama and attack-dog approach to Trump are part of why Americans have become so polarized.

Indeed, many Trump voters ­explain their support for him as a reaction to left-wing press bias and the failure of other Republicans to fight back the way Trump does.

The heydays of press hatred for Bush and McCain came during their presidential campaigns. Long before they were saluted for their late-in-life stances against Trump, Bush 41 and McCain were declared unfit to be president.

The New York Times, which last endorsed a Republican for president in 1956, backed the hapless Michael Dukakis over Bush in 1988, and Bush went on to win in a landslide, picking up more than 53 percent of the popular vote and 426 electoral votes.

Four years later, the paper supported Bill Clinton, ripping Bush's economic management as "exasperating" and his positions on individual rights as "infuriating." It accused him of stoking racial resentment, of going to "radical ­extremes" in supporting right-to-life measures, and said his "capacity to govern has collapsed."

When Bush nominated Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court in 1991, he and Thomas got the same kind of character smearing that Trump and Brett Kavanaugh got this year.

Now, in his coffin, Bush is a model of American greatness.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:04 AM

Yes, leftards are beyond phony.

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Posted 06 December 2018 - 10:30 AM

This article absolutely nails it.
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