Republicans used to avoid criticizing each other…

…but it looks like they forgot Reagan’s “eleventh commandment”.
clipped from voices.washingtonpost.com

McCain gets attacked on primary day
Sen. John McCain stands a good chance of winning tonight’s primary against challenger J.D. Hayworth. But that hasn’t kept him from being a victim of party-on-party attacks, so to speak.
Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) criticized McCain today, claiming the Arizona senator “gets elected because of one thing – earmarks.” Tulsa World reports that Inohofe, in a speech at a Tulsa Metro Chamber breakfast, attacked McCain as a closet liberal for his opposition to earmarks, which Inhofe said were no more than appropriations.
Inhofe made no mention of Oklahoma’s junior, Republican Sen. Tom Coburn, who also opposes earmarks.
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Then again, I’ve never thought much of Inhofe.
Or, for that matter, Republicans in general.

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