Monday, March 01, 2010

Civility In Politics

Op-Ed Columnist - The Axis of the Obsessed and Deranged -

Frank Rich of course writes for a far left blood soaked idiot of an outlet that nobody but a completely out to lunch leftist would give the time of day, so I know I ought not pay attention. (The New York Times).

"Obsessed and Deranged" seems like a very valid title, but before one starts pulling it out, it is often good to take a really good look close to home.

Representative Steve King, Republican of Iowa, even rationalized Stack’s crime. “It’s sad the incident in Texas happened,” he said, “but by the same token, it’s an agency that is unnecessary. And when the day comes when that is over and we abolish the I.R.S., it’s going to be a happy day for America.” No one in King’s caucus condemned these remarks. Then again, what King euphemized as “the incident” took out just 1 of the 200 workers in the Austin building: Vernon Hunter, a 68-year-old Vietnam veteran nearing his I.R.S. retirement. Had Stack the devastating weaponry and timing to match the death toll of 168 inflicted by Timothy McVeigh on a federal building in Oklahoma in 1995, maybe a few of the congressman’s peers would have cried foul.

So Stack, McVeigh, Tea Partiers, Glenn Beck, Ron Paul and Sarah Palin are all "connected". The Republican party has "no constituency" (who won in Virginia, NJ and MA recently? Hmm). What we have is a dangerous fringe movement that is bent on violence and the overthrow of the BO Kingdom. Many of these unwashed have failed to bow to King BO with the appropriate subservience, why many of them are not even aware that we live in a Monarchy, and King BO holds ultimate power. Oh wait ... is that true??  I know Frank is brilliant, it MUST be true!

The NYT would never be wrong.

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