Letter: He tells what Bush campaign had to say about ‘source’TO THE EDITOR: So, after having his “source” exposed as an internet smear artist, Michael Cole has decided to double down with more personal attacks and the claim that his “source is credible.”
By: Ron Zaudke, Prescott, Pierce County Herald
TO THE EDITOR: So, after having his “source” exposed as an internet smear artist, Michael Cole has decided to double down with more personal attacks and the claim that his “source is credible.”
Oh, really Michael? Let me tell you what the George H.W. Bush campaign had to say about your guy. In a complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission in 1992, they described Floyd Brown and his associates as “the lowest form of life,” for certain despicable political actions involving smears, character assassination and personal attacks, all of course connected with various fund-raising schemes designed to enrich himself.
Tell me, Mr. Cole — is George H.W. Bush, just another leftist/socialist/communist that your “oath” requires you to protect America from? Well, assuming for the moment that you are not untruthful about military service, lots of us took the same oath. We just don’t use that oath to justify the kind of despicable political bullying you love to engage in.
The facts on your fraudulent “source,” this “lowest form of human life,” as the first President Bush described him, are a matter of public record. Of course, facts mean nothing to those who make a living not being truthful, especially in the Obama-hate industry.
Let me repeat — Michael Cole’s source is a despicable political hustler and right-wing con-artist with no credibility. He has a 20-year-plus record of political character assassination dating back to the 1980’s, and his infamous Willie Horton ads. Floyd Brown has made a fortune concocting idiotic conspiracy theories, false claims and innuendos.
This trash is then peddled to the far right hate industry, and people like Michael Cole, who lap it up. And then think they can peddle their debunked, hate-filled, diatribes in the local newspaper, while wrapping themselves in the flag they defile.