From Dingy Harry to Dirty Harry
In a post on the so-called Foleygate scandal, I had this to say:
Let's face it, there's much corruption (both monetary and moral) among the upper ranks of government, and both parties are involved.As if to prove my point, along comes news of Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid's crooked real estate dealings. It seems Reid made $1.1 million in a Las Vegas land sale involving property he hadn't actually owned for three years. And the shenanigans didn't stop here. AP's got all the gory details.
Perhaps its time to change his nickname from Dingy Harry to Dirty Harry.
Suddenly those Democrats frothing at the mouth a week ago over what turned out to be inappropriate but not illegal conduct on the part of now-resigned Republican Rep. Mark Foley, are suddenly playing coy. Could it be that their indignation was purely political? Nah, of course not.
Speaking of purely political, The American Thinker opines on the MSM's curious lack of interest in the Harry Reid story. After the feeding frenzy surrounding the Foley scandal, it seems just a tad suspicious.
Hypocrisy, thy name is liberalism.