I guess that, for some strange reason, a Liberal group didn’t want GOP supporters to be the only ones cashing in on all things Benghazi. For the love of all things sane, can we get back to debating issues, and leave the sensationalism stuff alone? It’s one thing to discuss whether the investigation of Benghazi deserves additional hearings or committees, but it’s entirely something different to put that tune to a fundraising solicitation.
It was stupid when Conservative groups put out fundraisers using Benghazi as bait, and it’s even more stupid for People for the American Way to do it after the ruckus generated by the conservative groups. PFAW give stupid an entirely new definition, if you ask me just for the tone-deaf appearance of this. I guess this is why I find it harder and harder to identify with any political groups. I refuse to associate myself with stupidity as best as possible, and it seems as though some people think stupid is the way to go. I don’t want to seem like I’m lumping all people in the same piles as there are some good groups and people on both sides of the aisle. It seems as though the loudest voices come from the people who should be amongst the quietest.
If your ideals, goals, or principles are not enough to elicit interest, then maybe you should reevaluate what you’re trying to accomplish.