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Monday, October 5, 2015
Stand By Me
By Raynard Jackson
the media jumped all over Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy last week for
his comments about how the Benghazi hearings have driven Hillary
Clinton’s polling numbers down; I couldn’t help but reflect on what my buddy once told me:
When the night has come And the land is dark And the moon is the only light we'll see No I won't be afraid, no I won't be afraid Just as long as you stand, stand by me
Oh darlin', darlin', stand by me, oh stand by me Oh stand by me, stand by me
If the sky that we look upon Should tumble and fall And the mountains should crumble to the sea I won't cry, I won't cry, no I won't shed a tear Just as long as you stand, stand by me
These are the partial lyrics to the smash hit by the late legendary soul singer Ben E. King, “Stand By Me (1961).”
of what you think about McCarthy, we, as Republicans, should never
allow the Democrats to attack one of our own; and Republicans should
never adopt the same language of our opposition.
watched in horror as many Republicans sided with Democrats in their
reaction to what McCarthy said; it got so bad that McCarthy was forced
to apologize for his remarks. My sister may be a drunk, but I will not allow you call her that.
one who makes his living through communications, I am dumbfounded as to
how Republicans allowed the Democrats to win the narrative over
McCarthy’s remarks. For the sake of discussion,
let’s assume that the Benghazi investigation is all about the “vast
right-wing conspiracy” against Hillary Clinton.
time I checked, Republicans don’t control the F.B.I. or the inspectors
general of the State Department or the intelligence communities. They are the ones who are investigating whether Clinton violated any laws, not Republicans.
the issue is not and should not be about McCarthy’s Benghazi remarks,
but rather did Clinton break the law by mishandling classified
information because she was arrogant enough to use a private email
server in her home to avoid the public ever finding out about her and
Bill’s private business dealings.
Message to Republicans, “Don’t let Hillary off the hook under the guise of being non-partisan.” If Clinton had obeyed the law and followed her department’s own guidelines, then we would not be talking about her emails. She is not a victim, but rather the perpetrator.
Clinton brought this on herself and the Democratic Party. She
will and should be held accountable for her exercising poor judgement
because of her irrational belief that everyone is out to get her.
Democrats are obsessively loyal to their own. It took them forever to denounce Bill Clinton publically over the Monica Lewinsky affair. They even stood by former congressman Anthony Weiner and his sexting problem until public pressure became too great.
The point is very clear, we must not turn Hillary into a sympathetic figure. We need to learn how to do a better job of standing by our own. If
you are a public speaker, at some point you are going to say something
that you wish could be taken back; it’s just part of life.
think McCarthy’s remarks should have been dealt with privately within
the party; but publically we should have hammered in on the theme of
Hillary’s poor judgement regarding the private email server. She
will not be the Democratic nominee, but we should not let the American
people forget how her campaign has come to this point—by her own bad
does not have the judgement to be president of the United States because
America’s interest will always be subservient to the interests of the
Clinton’s business interests. Can you say Whitewater or the Rose Law Firm? This is where I take my stand.
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