The Republican’s Guide to Presidential Etiquette – from The New York Times

❝ Republicans used to care a lot about how a president comports himself, and whether he acts at all times with the dignity his station demands.

“Is President Obama Disrespecting the Oval Office?” Fox News asked in 2010, with a link to images of Mr. Obama and his aides tossing a football, or eating apples just inches from the Resolute desk.

“Wear a suit coat and tie,” said Andrew Card Jr., President George W. Bush’s former chief of staff, in reaction to pictures of Mr. Obama in shirtsleeves in 2009…

On the other hand –

❝ Call for the firing of “son of a bitch” athletes who choose to exercise their right to free speech

❝ Welcome into the Oval Office a man who threatened to assassinate your predecessor, whom he called a “subhuman mongrel,” and who referred to your political opponent as a “worthless bitch”

❝ Grant temporary White House press credentials to a website that, among other things, claims that Sept. 11 was an “inside job” and that the massacre of 20 schoolchildren in Newtown, Conn., was a hoax

This is how the Liar-in-Chief and Fake President modifies prior standards – as overly conservative as they may have been – to reflect the insanity and corruption he now expects from the established Republican Party.

Yes, It’s happening before the eyes of the gullible fools who voted for him.

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