Talk about ignorant…

January 22, 2010

Oops,  now I am sounding like what I am going to post about.

Seriously,  one of the only ways for the left to fight is to call conservatives or republicans names.

Take George Bush for example.  All I hear about him from the left is “what an idiot,  he’s a moron,  he’s a liar,  he lied,”  etc ad nauseum.

All I hear from them is , “what a bunch of idiots.  They are so stupid, uneducated, bible reading, gun toting idiots.” etc ad nauseum.

When things aren’t  going there way,  they start with the name calling and denegrating the right.

Take the Scott Brown win.  When BO went to Massachusetts on Sunday, he mocked Scott Brown for driving a PICKUP TRUCK!!!  WHY?? There are a whole lot of people in the USA that drive pickup trucks!

Then there is Joy Behar making the comment that Palin followers don’t even read.  She can’t really be serious can she?? Does she not realize how many people she alienated with that senseless comment??

But,  the tables turn if anyone on the right says one word that doesn’t agree with the BO administration.  More name calling.  Racist, hater,  fear monger , war monger, tea baggers,  bigot , homophobe etc ad naseum.

But look here,  we have first amendment rights.  What’s good for the goose is good for the gander.  But no,  no one can say one work against BO.

Then there’s Mike Malloy.  He is totally off his rocker.  He was a bit miffed when Scott Brown won in Massachusetts.  Here’s what he had to say.  It is beyond awful that anyone would say this tripe about anyone.  He ought to be ashamed.  But somehow,   I don’t believe he is.

That’s ok,  these far left progressives can continue to mock conservatives,  our values and GOD.   One day they will surely see the light.

Malloy: Rush, Sean, Glenn, and Bill ‘Bombed’ America on 9/11

By Tim Graham
Wed, 01/20/2010 – 15:27 ET

Radical-left talk show host Mike Malloy went on a tear again on Tuesday night as election returns poured in from Massachusetts. Malloy was blunt about the voters. To him, they said: “We want a theocratic madman as our senator.”

—Tim Graham is Director of Media Analysis at the Media Research Center.
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