Let’s juxtapose shall we?

MaxinewatersMaxine Waters back in August:

“I’m not afraid of anybody,” Waters said at the summit in Inglewood, Calif. “This is a tough game. You can’t be intimidated. You can’t be frightened. And as far as I’m concerned, the ‘tea party’ can go straight to Hell.”

Maxine Waters yesterday:

When asked to comment Wednesday about the deaths and crimes that have occurred around Occupy protests being held across the country, Rep. Maxine Waters said “that’s life and it happens.”

“Let me just say this: Anytime you have a gathering, homeless people are going to show up,” said Waters. “They will find some comfort in having some other people out on the streets with them. They’re looking for food. Often times, the criminal element will invade. That’s life and it happens, whether it’s with protesters or other efforts that go on in this country.

“So I’m not deterred in my support for them because of these negative kinds of things,” said Waters. “I just want them to work at doing the best job that they can do to bring attention to this economic crisis and the unfairness of the system at this time.”

I’m not sure I’d be able to find someone more contemptible than Maxine Waters.

Any person who finds something worthy about the Occupy protests after all that we’ve seen taking place across the country at their gatherings while also heaping scorn at the Tea Party when their gatherings have been peaceful, clean, law-abiding, etc is a person who’s lost all sense of what is decent.

She is a symbol for all that is soulless.

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