Friday, August 10, 2007

Trent Wisecup and Joe Knollenberg Ultimate Hypocrites

In the article below Trent Wisecup, Joe Knollenberg's spokesperson (Joe never seems to talk to the press himself) Trent says, "Certain things are private and that includes his (Knollenberg's) home." Isn't that ironic since Joe Knollenberg voted in favor of the recently passed Protect America Act, which gives President Bush even more power to spy on Americans. It seems Joe Knollenberg is the worst kind of hypocrite. He believes in one level of privacy for Congressmen and no privacy for the average citizen. Way to go, Joe. Why does Joe Knollenberg think that he's entitled to privacy, but you and I are not? Does this man really deserve to be our Congressman? I think not.

1 comment:

Kathy said...

There's that pesky double standard again. It's okay for a politician or his staff to knock on doors and pass out fliers in our neighborhoods, but don't come knocking on their doors.

Hypocrite is putting it mildly. I hope someone calls the police the next time a GOP politician shows up in their neighborhood. I know I intend to.