Yep, that’s right, I’m “Un-American.” I’m also a:
and I have no integrity.
At least, that’s what people who have never met me think.
These commentors have made their assessment based on reading several posts I made in the past 24 hours. Ironically, all of my comments had a consistent message that I don’t agree with Joe Miller’s approach to contesting this election. However, I also stated that given the gravity of his allegations about voter fraud and intimidation, along with implied corruption in the state elections office, it is most appropriate that Mr. Miller’s case be immediately investigated by Federal authorities.
Regardless of my political persuasion, I first and foremost want to see justice. If his allegations are true, then we must know the truth and demand the appropriate legal remedies to punish the offenders and ensure a fair election with a just outcome. Conversely, if his allegations are found to be baseless, I want this same outcome so that there can be no question or at least no foundation for accusations of conspiracy.
Funny thing is, if any one of those who so callously labeled me had done more than 1 minute of research into what I was saying, they’d have quickly been able to identify my position on the candidates in question. I just chose not to state it explicitly, since I felt it had no bearing on the point I was making.
Guess that makes me Un-American, and in that case my accusers are right. Because if what I’ve witnessed this political season is any indication of what “American” has become, not only am I not “American”, but I’m diametrically opposed to being “American”.