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March 06, 2008

So What's In A (Politician's Middle) Name?

My take on the whole Barack Hussein Obama flap over at PJM today:

What also isnt new is making fun of politicians names in a derogatory fashion. Here are just a few recent examples: John McLame, John Franois Kerry, Shrillary Rotten Clinton, Billy Jeff Clinton, Arlen Sphincter, Chris Dudd, Bob Dull, and Nancy Pelousy. Im sure there are plenty more that can be added to the list. When you enter public life, its simply one of the crosses you have to bear, along with unflattering photos and cartoons making the rounds.

Read it all here.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 08:06 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | Pajamas Media

I'm trying to remember when in American history the name, or for that matter any nugget of personal information, of a presidential candidate or incumbent was fit for public knowledge but unfit for public discussion.

I can't think of a single thing about Republicans.

As far as democrats, the only thing that comes to mind is FDR's reliance on a wheelchair, and JFK's whores. Some scandal involving Andrew Jackson's wife Rachel.

Those aside, as far as my memory can discern, if we know about it we get to repeat it over and over again. Regardless of our motives or the forum. PERIOD. Public view is public view.

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