"I'd just like to know why she has such hard feelings to me," he said. "They say they're for poor people."And this:
"I think she owes me an apology," he said. "And I won't feel right until I get it. If this is how they treat people in the White House, America is in for a helluva time."
The article also give great insight on how the television newsmagazines coach people:
On Tuesday, "Inside Edition" turned up.
A producer and a videographer told Johnson to go in his trailer and then come out carrying his gun. They told him to describe it as the "weapon of mass destruction" that Edwards referred to, and talk about it as "nothing more than a squirrel gun."
"This is my weapon of mass destruction," Johnson said, looking into the camera.
We can't make this stuff up!
The Washington Post has a "shoot them between the eyes" analysis/summary that begins thus:
When Sen. John Edwards ran for president four years ago, the North Carolina Democrat declared that President Bush had divided the nation into "two Americas ... one America that does the work, another America that reaps the reward."
Turns out that the other America lives right next door to the 28,000-square-foot, $5.3 million mansion Mr. Edwards has built near Chapel Hill, N.C.