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Senator “Pol Pot” Durbin calls Clinton rhetoric too personal

It’s pretty ironic to see Democrat Senator Dick “Pol Pot” Durbin telling someone else to tone down their rhetoric:

Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.), the second-ranking party leader in the Senate, says President Bill Clinton’s comments about Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) are getting “too personal” and called on the former president to refrain from attacking Obama’s integrity.

Recall, Durbin is the guy who, on the Senate floor no less, chose to compare U.S. servicemen working at Guantanamo Bay to the Nazis, Pol Pot, and Stalin a couple of years ago. Not to mention all the horrible things the Democrats have said about President Bush over the years. But liberals are nothing if not shameless.

posted by: The Editors @ 1:03 pm January 13, 2008

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