“DEATH IS PART OF LIFE” Cavalier Congressman Offers in a New ‘Low’ at Benghazi Hearing
“I know in my heart that man is good…and that there is purpose and worth to each and every life.” — Epitaph etched on wall at the grave site of Ronald W. Reagan
The juxtaposed view of the value of life couldn’t be more glaringly transparent than when we compare Ronald Reagan’s value for all life against the constant complaint of the left… That some life is more important than others.
If it wasn’t bad enough that the constant attitude about the value of life in the Obama Administration continually echoed the Hillary Clinton line, “What difference does it make!” and what we had with Press Secretary Jay Carney’s pronouncement that “Benghazi happened a long time ago…”
…along with his casual excuse for killing an innocent American boy in a drone airstrike in Yemen with, “He should have picked a better father–”
Now we have…
“Death is part of life,” ranking Democrat Cummings said for today’s congressional record in the Oversight Committee hearings on Benghazi.
What is it about death that these people seem so enamored with?
From womb to tomb they pretend to be the champion of so many rights, yet death and the cavalier attitude toward it surrounds them.
FOR MORE, see today’s post: NOT LEFT or RIGHT: “BENGHAZI HAPPENED,” Mr. Carney!
James Michael Pratt is a New York Times bestselling author of 9 titles. His Right and Wrong, Not Left or Right – America’s 3rd Option, is scheduled for eBook release in this fall, 2013.