Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Yet another example of local democrat hypocrisy:

We all remember the whining and complaining going on around here after the local GOP booted Marc Boldt out for endorsing supporting and voting like his name was really the same as democrat commissioner Steve Stuart, don't you?

So what do you think the Democrats do when the shoe's on the other foot?

You need look no further than this:

Dems shun Pa. official for supporting GOP comrade

Updated 11:48 am, Wednesday, October 23, 2013

ERIE, Pa. (AP) — The Erie County Democratic Committee in northwestern Pennsylvania has kicked an Erie city councilman off the committee, saying he violated bylaws by publicly supporting a Republican colleague in an upcoming council election.
The committee voted Councilman Mel Witherspoon off the committee after he refused to resign.
Witherspoon supports fellow councilman and longtime friend John Evans, the only Republican running for council on Nov. 5, the Erie Times-News ( reported.
Three other Democrat incumbents and another Democrat challenger are also on the ballot, meaning five candidates are vying for four council spots in a city where Republicans are seldom elected.
Witherspoon isn't up for re-election this year. Evans was appointed to fill a vacancy last year and is now running for a full four-year term.
"I've been friends with him for more than 20 years and he's highly qualified," Witherspoon said of Evans.
There's more at the link...

But the Republican-supporting democrat, Mr. Witherspoon, did precisely nothing, that former Democrat Commissioner Marc Boldt had also not done.

Surely the Democrat hypocrites here in Clark County will express their outrage at their fellow Democrats doing precisely the same thing to Witherspoon… That the local GOP did to Boldt…

Won't they?

1 comment:

Lew Waters said...

One more to add to the list. Jon Haugen, Jim Kastama, Tim Sheldon, Rodney Tom, Brian Sonntag and now Witherspoon.

And Betty Sue Morris was once quick to tell me that Democrats don't sanction or discipline their own?