Apparently, in the midst of your identity crisis, you have decided to advertise on Daily Kos to get support for your Benghazi rant. It must have been quite the thrill when you learned of Susan Rice's investment portfolio, which includes the company building the Keystone XL pipeline, and even better, that it was a "liberal" group (RootsAction) that is demanding her immediate divestment of those funds.
Wow. Just step back and watch the Dems shoot themselves in the foot. Hasn't happened for awhile. You must have forgotten how good that feels.
Well, back to Benghazi. You should step back a bit from those late night bitch sessions with John McCain, and realize just how crazy your paranoia really is. You know there was nothing for Obama to gain by denying that terrorism was at the root of the attack weeks before the election. If anything, terrorism would have gained him votes. Let us not forget just how many free miles W. redeemed by playing the terrorism card.
Pardon me for mixing metaphors. I am giddy with the insanity of the post-election right-wingnuts.
I have already gone on about how silly it is for you and grumpy old John to attack Rice's statements on the Sunday talk shows. And then the old coot actually insulted her intelligence!
When I first heard the comment I was sure it had to have come from a Saturday Night Live skit. But no, that was John McCain at his most irascible. Don't you just want to grab him by the shoulders sometimes and say, "Look in the mirror, John!"
It is also obvious that the Republican strategy is to move Kerry out of the Senate and make way for Scott Brown, who, if I may remind you, lost the election. I'm not going to say it's not going to happen because, well, we are Democrats, and we don't like easy goals. But you can't deny it: either you are plotting with the republicans so you can get that Massachusetts seat back (and maybe be able to ride around with Scott Brown in his pickup), or you are attacking a qualified African-American woman because you cannot admit that she is a qualified African-American woman.
Either case, Lindsey, I hope that you are smart enough to look to the future, like, two years into the future. Those guys you've been hanging out with at home in South Carolina don't like you anymore. You're left with the unpopular out of town kids, like John McCain. You are very likely to be challenged by the Tea Party, because you will never be crazy enough to be accepted by them. And while John McCain gives a good rendition of the Mad Hatter, he's going to make it harder for you to be friends with anyone on either side.
So that leaves, well, just trying to do the right thing. You have had bouts of that in the past, so I know you can do it. Just ask yourself what would Lindsey Graham do if Mitt was in the White House. Because I know you wouldn't agree with him all the time either, but chances would be good that the arguments would be a bit more grounded in reality.