Wednesday, February 25, 2009

There's Class Warfare, But is There Such a Thing as "No Class" Warfare?

You'd think David Vitter would at least know to deflect these sorts of questions with some variation of "no comment," given his own questionable behavior. Nope:

Despite his own refusal to resign after admitting to being a former patron of the "DC Madam", Vitter dismissed the notion that his demands of Burris are hypocritical. "I honestly don’t know anybody who would compare these situations. They are dramatically different," Vitter said.

That's just the sort of hubris that could cost him in 2010...although, sad to say, Vitter, horrible as he is, would actually be the lesser of evils versus Tony Perkins... and let's not kid ourselves: sure, I'd vote for Stormy Daniels if it came down to her versus either Vitter or Perkins...but in all seriousness, I believe Ms. Daniels is more promoting her existing career than running a serious campaign.

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