Friday, May 22, 2009

One day, we will focus on real issues

For years, we heard every day from Republicans about the evils of partial birth abortion, as if it were a common every day form of birth control. In fact, there were less than two dozen partial birth abortions per year in the entire country during the height of that debate. Each was in a high stress "life of the mother or life of the child" type situation.

Today, we hear from Obama's Democrats about waterboarding, as if it was a common every day Bush administration interrogation technique. In fact, only three people were waterboarded. Each was a high level suspect perceived as having information of imminent or planned attack.

One day, we will focus on real issues.

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