Quote of the Day – 4.14.09

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From conservative Bernard Goldberg, talking to Sean Hannity about the right’s obsessive effort to find fault with Barack Obama’s handling of the Somali pirate affair:

“I’m sorry, Sean….but we have to stop going out of our way to find fault with every single thing he does…. If something bad happened here, and thank God it didn’t, but if something bad happened here, I guarantee you, I’ll tell you who would have been leading the crusade against him: you.”

Jeez, even Bernard Goldberg sees this?  Wingers take notice.

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