The Democratic Party, led by John Kerry and the Chairman of the Democratic National Committee Terry McAuliffe, has perfected hypocrisy. It is an art with them. Terry McAulliffe, the man who on national television accused George Bush of being AWOL, and later called him a deserter, has called on Republicans to call of their "attack-dogs". He said this in response to the segment on Good Morning America this morning that questioned Kerry's honesty regarding his military medals (see previous posts below). The Democratic Party has made it part of their strategy to cry "McCarthyism" any time anyone questions either John Kerry's voting record or his contradictions. If a candidate considers his opponent questioning his voting record an attack, it says more about the voting record than the opponent.
Read McAulliffe's statement here.