Thursday, December 17, 2009

Character Flaws

Larry King had Ron Paul and Barney Frank on the other night.
When you get these two together, it is not hard to judge their character

To begin with, Ron Paul was right to the point. He knew what he was saying, and he did not have to think back and remember what lie he had told.
Poor Barney was stuttering and stammering around, and he was interrupting Ron whenever something was said that would make Barney look bad.
Barney even made a point to throw Bush under the bus.
Larry King brought up Fannie and Freddie and Barney had a fit, and jumped right back at him.
In the end, Ron was not flustered, and was even laughing a little, but you could tell that he was not going to waste his time arguing with an idiot.
at the end of the clip, Barney looks mad, he looks as if he is thinking to himself that he should have never sat near Ron because he would never be able to talk his way out of his mistakes.
He looks angry, and he does not really look at the camera, and when he does look up, he looks ashamed.
Ron Paul does not look ashamed, he looks like " That's right Barney, I said it !, And I got a lot more to say ! "
He looks like he has nothing to hide, and he looks proud.
Let's see, when we elect someone to go to D.C. to represent us, to handle our money, and our future, and our security, what kind of person do we want when they are called to answer questions from the media ?
The stuttering, backpedaling, mad, ashamed type ?
No ?
Me either

Merry Christmas


Sandee said...

Frank is a windbag. A very large windbag. You are right though he was mad as heck because he didn't successfully get his point across. Paul did an outstanding job.

Have a terrific day. :)

LaurAyn said...

I don't like either of them.

Stunatra said...

We definitely need more people like Ron Paul in congress.