The Leftist Mind: Hatred & Hypocrisy Oh My!

Greetings puny Earthlings.

It's time to dip our collective toes into that slimy swamp called the Leftist Mind!

I'd like to start by talking about the reactions the Left to two speeches, reactions that can best be described as "shitting kittens."

First up is Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's response to Obama state of the pork-fest address. I'll admit, it wasn't a great response. From what I've seen of Jindal he's best talking off the cuff to what he sees happening in front of him. The speech he had to give was pre-written, and obviously over-directed by so called "experts." Probably the same experts who coached Sarah Palin before her interview with Katie Couric. Let Jindal be Jindal.

Of course the Left don't see it this way. They keep going on and on about the speech as if it disqualifies him for any future political office.

Methinks they doth protesteth too much.

They are so scared that Jindal will succeed in repairing the damage left by decade of Democratic misrule in Louisiana and make a run for President in 2012 they will do anything and everything to stop him. Face it, unless he changes direction drastically, by 2012 Obama's going to be known as the spend-crazy, tax-hiking, foreign policy eunuch, who would rather give the Palestinians (who danced in the street on 9/11) $900 million of your money, rather than protect his nation.

So there are only three ways Obama can stay in power, get Rahm Emmanuel to gerrymander the electoral college, destroy all potential Republican challengers, or both.

Which brings us to the next speech:

Rush Limbaugh, radio host and provocateur, made his first speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference. It was long, a tad bombastic, a bit self-serving, (this is Rush after all) but was basically all about how he considers Obama's "stimulus" a big con-job out to create a massive welfare state that threatens the foundations of American liberty.

What I got a kick out of was the CNN coverage of the speech, when it ended, they went over to Twitter and the very first comment they read went something like: Rush made me think about one thing-- HITLER!!

Think about that for a second.

This CNN viewer either honestly believes that self-reliance and American liberty are essentially Nazi values, or it is yet another case of protesting too much.

What was Hitler?

He was a National Socialist (the root of the word Nazi) who expanded government programs, installed "progressive" taxation to punish the "fat cats," and politicized government offices to suppress or bully critics.

Sound familiar?

This is what can be called "projection" where someone accuses another of having the very same qualities they themselves possess.

Either way, Rush better watch his back. The Democrats are not above using the FCC, the IRS and the Justice Department to attack their enemies.

Now that we're done with hatred, let's discuss hypocrisy.

A group of Hollywood folks are doing some sort of "cultural exchange" with Iran, and Iran is demanding that they apologize for having Persian villains in the movie 300 as well as other "crimes" of free speech.

But that's not what I'm talking about.

What I want to talk about is the sheer unadulterated hypocrisy of this "exchange." Remember these are the same people who tried to boycott Utah, and got people fired for their support for California's Prop 8. Yet they gleefully go to kiss the collective buttocks of a theocratic dictatorship that HANGS HOMOSEXUALS.

So I've summed up how these Hollywood folks think:

Not wanting your church forced to perform same-sex weddings by lawyers= Evil.

Murdering homosexuals for being homosexuals= Good.

Anyone who participated in this little farce has forfeited any right they have to comment on anyone's stance on Prop 8.

They just don't have the moral or intellectual honesty for it.

Keep watching the skies, because we're watching you.

1 comment:

DoesNotMatter said...

The only reason that Nazi = Far right is that Stalin didn't like the competition for for best leftist regime and started a PR campaign.

And Jindal is a never to be sufficiently accursed creationist. Nothing he will ever do can outweigh that.