My friend opines rightly about Sean Hannity’s delirious support for the Republican Neo-Cons, no matter if the tables are turned. Steve Wolters writes:
I found it interesting that Mr. Hannity was attempting to legitimize the practice of flip-flopping in the political arena. Of course, this is due to the fact that the majority of the Republican candidates, with one or two exceptions, has been changing positions and talking out of every side of their mouth. And his only apologetic for these men running for president in 2008 was that at least they haven’t flipped and flopped as much as Hillary Clinton.
Is that the measuring stick that we are going to have to use in the upcoming election? Are these really people we want leading our nation? Do we want people who only have a position for political gain, and then will flippantly change with the crowd? Don’t we want someone who is strong on principle, standing strong on the values of the founding of this nation? When did this behavior suddenly become legitimate? I am truly grieved.
Once again, integrity out, political expediency in.