The right-wing conservatives are in a lather because president Bush has attacked their motives over the immigration bill. Here is what conservative talk show host Mark Levin had to say.
Mark Levin took similar offense to the president's suggestions on Tuesday, and even suggested that Bush hadn’t read the bill.
"We are the 28 percent or the 32 percent who supports this president, and he puts us down? He treats us like we're stupid?" Levin said. "Don't degrade us, Mr. President, don't smear us. Don't project onto us what you want to think of us, because we aren't what you say. And the idea that you'd turn on your own supporters and treat them this way, something's wrong with that."
"You imply that we have animosity toward a certain race of people. You treat us like we're Klansmen. To be frank, it's pretty disgusting, to be honest with you," he continued. "We are studying the bill, we are breaking it down. Are you? And you really think by smearing us, you'll win the day?"
Well, duh, Mark. Of course he thinks by smearing you he'll win the day. That's been his modus operandi for the past six years. You know it, of course, because it's been the modus operandi of the right wing noise machine as well. Like when Republicans question the patriotism of anyone who dare oppose the Iraq war or when you go after the medals won by Democratic officeholders such as Sen. Kerry and Rep. Murtha. Those kind of smears, the kind that talk radio enabled, has carried the day. And now he's using them on you. Kinda sucks right? Well, karma is a female dog, ain't she?