22 March 2008

High Road? What High Road?

I present the latest installment in an (apparently) ongoing chronicle of unrepentant douchebaggery from Camp Clinton.

Regarding NM Governor, Bill Richardson's, endorsement of Barack Obama:
“An act of betrayal,” said James Carville, an adviser to Mrs. Clinton and a friend of Mr. Clinton.

“Mr. Richardson’s endorsement came right around the anniversary of the day when Judas sold out for 30 pieces of silver, so I think the timing is appropriate, if ironic,” Mr. Carville said, referring to Holy Week.

In case you missed it, Carville has seen fit to politicize the events surrounding the crucifixion.

The Crucifixion...(for Christ's sake).

Honestly, I can't remember being this torn in my antipathy since Ohio State played Urban Cryer's Florida team for the mythical national title in 2007. When it comes down to pure offensiveness, which is worse: likening Bill Richardson's decision to that of Judas Iscariot, or Hillary Clinton to Christ, Himself?

Either way, Carville is a worm for saying as much and, more so, his statements are really symbolic of just how low this campaign is committed to going to win the nomination--a nomination, it should be noted, that will be rendered moot by the corrosive nature of their strategy.

For all the good he's doing, he might as well be driving around with a trunkful of McCain lawn signs...

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