...(O'Brien said,) “You’re a Republican, you ran for Congress in 2010...You have a rep in your group who worked for the Bush administration; you share office space with Republican groups. How do you answer that claim of being partisan when you claim that you’re not?”
“I answer that claim by first saying this is an American issue...” Taylor replied. “I understand the...people will say, you’re a Republican. Well, I’m an American first...before I’m a Republican.”
Well, if you're a American before you're a Republican, how come you didn't do twenty-minute commercials about George Bush II taking credit for this:
After all, the military made those things happen, not him!
And since you consider intelligence leaks to be so loathsome, did you stand up for these folks?
It hasn't been that long ago since you ran this game on us with John Kerry. This time around, however, we understand what it's really about: you are trying to take Obama's foreign policy/military success off the table since the Republicans have nothing to counter it with. But we've learned from Kerry's mistake of refusing to "sink" to your level. So much for your "American issue." Swiftboat us once, shame on us; swiftboat us twice, shame on YOU!