Democrats and their radical liberal partners complained continuously about 72 year-old John McCain's age during their 2008 campaign to elect Barack Obama as president. Will those same Democrats once again complain about 72 year-old Jerry Brown's age during the 2010 campaign for governor of the state of California?
Washington Post-owned online magazine Slate published a June 11, 2008 article by Christopher Beam titled, "McCain's Brain: How might the senator's mind deteriorate over the next eight years?" In his bigoted and ageist article Beam wrote of the 72 year-old senator from Arizona: "John McCain is old and, as several news outlets have reported, he's only getting older. This wouldn't be a problem if his opponent in the general election were equally chronologically gifted. But Barack Obama is one of the youngest Democratic nominees ever. McCain's age is already causing problems. His slip-ups are billed as "senior moments," while Obama's are innocent mistakes."
The James Hartline Report wonders if the same Democratic Party ageist bigots and Christopher Beam's discriminatory rants will be equally applied to the 72 year-old Jerry Brown during Brown's senior citizen campaign to become governor of California in 2010.