look it up in Webster’s

Main Entry:
hy·poc·ri·sy
Pronunciation:
\hi-ˈpä-krə-sē also hī-\
Function:
noun
Inflected Form(s):
plural hy·poc·ri·sies
Etymology:
Middle English ypocrisie, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin
EXAMPLE: 

Senator’s Supporters Are Invited to Lunch With a Lord

The Washington Post

Saturday, March 15, 2008; Page A06

 

Sen. John McCain plans at least one campaign event on his week-long congressional trip to Europe and the Middle East: a March 20 fundraiser in London. An invitation sent out by the campaign says the luncheon will be held at Spencer House, St. James’s Place, “by kind permission of Lord Rothschild OM GBE and the Hon Nathaniel Rothschild.” Tickets to the invitation-only event cost $1,000 to $2,300. Attire is listed as “lounge suits.”

*SNIP* 

McCain says Obama Europe trip amounts to politics

Thu Jul 17, 2008 6:36pm EDTBy Steve Holland

GRAND HAVEN, Michigan (Reuters) – Republican presidential candidate John McCain said on Thursday he believes Democrat Barack Obama‘s upcoming trip to Europe is tantamount to holding political rallies abroad.

McCain, speaking to reporters, also ridiculed Obama’s vow to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq in 16 months as risking losing the hard-fought gains won by U.S. soldiers under a troop build-up ordered 18 months ago.

Obama is soon to leave on a trip that will take him to Europe and the Middle East. At some stage the trip is also expected to take him to Iraq and Afghanistan, the two thorniest foreign policy challenges that will face the next president.

McCain sought to clarify remarks he made on his campaign bus in Kansas City, Missouri, in which he said he disagreed with his communications director, Jill Hazelbaker, who told the Fox News Channel that Obama’s trip is “the first of its kind campaign rally overseas.”

The McCain campaign had emailed out Hazelbaker’s statement.

McCain said he did not consider Obama’s upcoming visits to Iraq and Afghanistan political, saying he had offered to go with Obama. But Obama’s other stops abroad, he said, seemed to have a political element, particularly a planned event at Germany’s Brandenburg Gate.

“If he’s going to have a rally at the Brandenburg Gate, which is what is being publicly stated — of course if you have political rallies, it’s a political event,” he said.

 

*SNIP*

 

Well maybe the senile old fuck forgot about his own campaign trip to Europe. He is 112 years old.

One response to “look it up in Webster’s

  1. It’s a standard feature of politics to criticize the other guy for doing exactly what you yourself are doing. It’s why people hate politicians and are apathetic about politics.

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