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Tiresome double standard

I don’t recall seeing any complaints from Dave Darlow (April 12) or anyone else when President George W. Bush flew over the Gulf of Mexico or New Orleans. Remember? That’s the time he said “good job” to the guy who later was found to be so totally inept.

But let President Obama do anything, here we go. These holier-than-thous come out of the woodwork.

Ken Wihers

Nine Mile Falls


 

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