Governor Daniel P. Malloy (D. Ct.) attended a press conference at the National Governors Association annual meeting in Williamsburg on Friday. To suggest that his comments are “unbecoming a governor” is an understatement.
“To be a Republican today, you have to deny reality and embrace a message that has no other purpose than to elect their candidate as President of the United States,” Malloy said..
“They know what they’re against, but they can’t tell you what they’re for,” he said. …
“In other times taking those positions would be described as unpatriotic… [emphasis supplied]
So let me see if I have this right. If you are not happy with the way President Obama has governed over the past three and one half years, you are unpatriotic. If you don’t agree with everything President Obama says or does, you are unpatriotic. If you would like to see a change, you are unpatriotic.
Funny, I don’t recall it being unpatriotic to disagree with President Bush.
To listen to Governor Malloy, we should just abandon our “two” party system, anoint President Obama king for life, and be done with it.
Shame on you Governor. Your view of patriotism disgusts me.