Thursday, July 9, 2009

What's Up With The Crazy Libs?

Seriously! I'm beginning to believe Michael Savage when he claims that liberalism is a mental disorder because it makes them say and do things that are simply inexcusable.

Exhibit A:
A majority of young people still approve of Obama's job performance, but a majority of seniors over 64 now don't (54%). Maybe they'll die before the next election.
This is from liberal blogger Andrew Malcolm at the L.A. Times. Looks pretty clear he's hoping that a bunch of old people will keel over before the next election, doesn't it? Nice. Of course, that'll likely happen if Obama gets his socialized health care plan passed into law, because old people just aren't worth the cost of their treatments most of the time, and they'll get rationed out of that treatment. Too bad, so sad, just sacrifice for the greater good...

Exhibit B:

A caller to [Al Sharpton's] show suggests [that maybe Sarah Palin murdered Michael Jackson], and he says it's "interesting" and that he'll "put it out" there (to see if anyone has confirmation) and that he doesn't know if it's true or not.

Grievance politics and conspiracy theories are like chocolate and peanut butter, and Al Sharpton isn't going to stand in the way of any kooky stuff his listeners might dream up.

That would be sellin' out to whitey.

Exhibit C:

[The Duke rape case the MSM won't cover is] truly monstrous and evil.

But you won’t see wall-to-wall coverage on MSNBC or in the New York Times.

The alleged rapist is a prominent gay health researcher at Duke University.

The victim is his own adopted, five-year-old son, whom he offered up on the Internet to other molesters.

On this one, I'm not sure which is worse - the liberal who did it, or the liberals who refuse to report on it.

Exhibit D:

Sen. John Kerry added to his long list of lame joke attempts yesterday when he wished South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford's disappearance on Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.

Speaking to some business and civic leaders he had invited to Washington, Kerry quipped: "Too bad if a governor had to go missing it couldn’t have been the governor of Alaska. You know, Sarah Palin."

You know, I'm pretty sure that if a Republican had said something like this, he'd be run out of Washington in less than six hours.

I could go on and on, but this is enough for now. My point is made.

There's my two cents.

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