Misspoke My Ass!

Busby on defense, says she misspoke

If an election can turn on a sentence, this could be the one: “You don't need papers for voting.”

On Thursday night, Francine Busby, the Democratic candidate for the 50th Congressional District, was speaking before a largely Latino crowd in Escondido when she uttered those words. She said yesterday she simply misspoke.

It's interesting that whenever libs are caught, they merely "misspoke". Another good example would be the incredibly moronic Alan Hevesi. It's all good at the moment and the libs are cheered at the time, but when they realize how bad they screwed themselves then "why I misspoke" and all is supposd to be forgiven and forgotten. Nevermind that libs count on you to be too damn stupid to remember what they've said.

What's worse is that Ms. Busby is denying what she believes. Libs don't believe in accountability and don't believe you should have to provide any evidence that you are who you say you are when you vote. Hell, history shows libs don't even care if you're alive or not. They don't care how many times you vote or where. However, they play fast and loose with allegations of Republicans screwing with the polls. That's the smoke screen to cover their own treachery though.

If Republicans had made these comments, there would be no end to the lib's bitching. It's another fine example of the liberals' hypocrisy. I've always said that when libs start pointing their fingers, it's best to look in the opposite direction.

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One Comment on “Misspoke My Ass!”

  1. Roberto Says:

    I’ve heard that the late Lyndon Johnson carried every cementery in Texas and that it was in chicago that the expression “vote early and vote often” originated.


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