And furthermore, it’s not quite the thing…

"Excuse my strong language, but the president's conduct has been... unacceptable. There, I said it."

“Excuse my strong language, but the president’s conduct has been… unacceptable. There, I said it.”

I don’t have much more to say than what I said in this Tweet:

I’m a little reminded of Mr. Darcy’s comment that dancing at “at such an assembly as this” would be “insupportable.” Although I admit that the situations aren’t comparable. Just the manner of speaking.

But I don’t want to give the congressman in the next district a hard time. I fully appreciate that it’s a tough call for a guy who wants to stay in office and happens to live in South Carolina.

But I also fully believe that if you can’t support impeachment under these circumstances, then you shouldn’t BE in office.

And yeah, I’m talking to you, Lindsey Graham. And Tim Scott and Joe Wilson and those other four moral Munchkins in the House…

4 thoughts on “And furthermore, it’s not quite the thing…

  1. Brad Warthen Post author

    And I also agree with Cunningham that it is is “highly concerning” that we can’t count on a single one of those SC Republicans to fulfill their oaths and do the right thing.

    That’s another delightful (to an Anglophile like me) understatement, by the way. The representative was obviously gently reared…

    I can think of much stronger terms to describe it…

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    1. Brad Warthen Post author

      Indeed.

      Also, at least Mr. Darcy eventually gave in and deigned to dance with Miss Elizabeth Bennet… It would be wonderful if Republicans had the decency to change their minds…

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