Standing his Ground
Congressman Steve King (R-IA) refuses to apologize for his controversial statements over illegal immigrants: "if it blocks amnesty," he reasons, "I won't regret a thing." King insists that the GOP leadership, who have attacked him for his comments, are organizing an "effort to marginalize" him. He asserts that, contrary to his attackers' claims, his comments represent "objective analysis." He asks the American people to "stop and think about the reality of what I said," because ultimately, if you don't like the verbiage, "it only offended drug smugglers," he charges. King is frustrated that his opponents have seemingly taken such personal offense to his statements: "What happened to the age of reason?" he retorts. (Listen free)There's egg on the Big Apple's face
The embarrassment continues for NYC and Anthony Weiner, and the hypocrisy of Democrats follows. First, you have the liberal Feminists who are holding up Huma as some modern day Joan of Arc-calling her a hero for propping up a man who lied and exposed himself (both literally and metaphorically). What's more, there's a whole slew of liberals like Nancy Pelosi and Rachel Maddow, who have called Weiner's behavior "reprehensible" and "disrespectful of women." Yet, while they'll condemn Weiner, Democrats have no problem celebrating Bill Clinton. Why do they hold the mayor of NYC to a higher moral standard than they did the Commander-in-Chief? Don't you think that if there had been text messaging in 1998, there would have been 'sexts' about his "sexual relations with that woman?" The hypocrisy of liberals continues to 'know no bounds.'