"I think it's bad precedent to put us in charge of deciding whether people act like jerks. I don't have time to monitor everyone's civility"
Actually Eric,In this instance, I think Frank took the opportunity to call one of his "colleagues" a jerk in a way that would be heard by all. I approve.I also have no doubt whatsoever that Mr. Wilson is now, and will continue for the foreseeable future, feeling a freeze-out of epic proportions. That may not be as satisfying as the official rebuke, but it's a hell of a lot more effective.
You may have a point there re: Frank calling Wilson a jerk.I'm looking at a Salon piece on what the House actually did and Wilson's reaction to it, and it may have been a hollow act of political theater after all, which is hardly surprising but nonetheless pathetic.
Well, it certainly shifted the focus away from the President's health care reform initiative! A week later his rudeness is still front page news. Which I'm sure Wilson is way too proud of and thinks it's just great. So all his apologies are pretty hollow at this point. What an asshole. Barney's right...there are more important things on the national agenda!
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