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Kos's Glass House

In this post Markos Moulitsas accuses Republicans of a double standard when it comes to using images of war. Hang on a second.

Kos implicitly supports the DCCC's use of an image of a flag-draped coffin in its latest video by saying, "the GOP doesn't like Democrats graphically reminding Americans the real cost of Republican 'governance.'"

So what did Kos think of the Bush campaign's 2004 ad featuring a split-second image of an American flag waving at Ground Zero? You guessed it, the left's master of consistency called it, "Bush's inevitable exploitation of our nation's biggest recent tragedy."

Tell me again who's guilty of applying double standards?