Here is the last line of Kyle Whitmire’s last piece on Bentley vs Griffith….
Griffith might be an unapologetic party hopper, but he isn’t the only one who’s being inconsistent.
Soooooo… Griffith, yeah he may be an unapologetic opportunist but pointing that out is apparently wrong.
What is Bentley’s inconsistency?
Pointing out Griffith voted against ObamaCare?
“Parker Griffith first ran for Congress as a Democrat,” she says. “Then to save his own skin and save his seat, Griffith turned on his friends, ran as a Republican and voted against what President Obama considers his greatest achievement, Obamacare.”
It’s subtle, but in contrast to the red meat Obama-bashing this year, it sticks out like a high-society debutante in a brothel.
Of course, this radio spot is running on radio stations throughout the state that have a mostly black audience.
Um… Griffith is leading among blacks 68-8, what better way to chip away at that then point out what a phony Griffith is?
Bentley did not change a single position, he did not pander or lie AND was in no way “inconsistent”.
Pointing out your opponent is an inconsistent opportunist is completely appropriate and targeting his strongest base of support is smart.
All this is is wanting to be able to call both men inconsistent…
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