When first we practise to deceive!" - Sir Walter Scott, Marmion, Canto vi. Stanza 17. Scottish author & novelist (1771 - 1832)
Pretending to be so tolerant and anti-racist, liberals relentlessly paint conservatives as racists and bigots.
This is what is happening in Europe thanks to their idiocy:
From the PatriotPost.org (September 9, 2011)
"President Obama, this is your army. We are ready to march. Let's take these son of a b-----s [sic] out and give America back to an America where we belong." - Union President Jimmy Hoffa, Jr.
Not only was he vulgar, but he also botched the grammar.
Barack Obama took the stage later, saying he was "proud" of Hoffa and other labor leaders. The White House and other Democrat leaders have pointedly refused on multiple occasions to repudiate or even question Hoffa's words. Hoffa himself doubled down, later insisting that he would say it again "because I believe it. They've declared war on us. We didn't declare war on them, they declared war on us. We're fighting back. The question is, who started the war?" Maybe that's why 500 union members in Seattle stormed the Port of Longview with baseball bats and crowbars taking six security guards hostage over hiring objections.
Speaking of a war on "them," the newest rage on Internet is a video game called "Tea Party Zombies Must Die," in which the player kills zombie versions of the Left's favorite conservative bogeymen. "DON'T GET TEA-BAGGED!" reads the description. "The Tea Party zombies are walking the streets of America. Grab your weapons and bash their rotten brains to bits! Destroy zombie Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Glenn Beck, the Koch Brothers, and many more!"
This series of targets on a map of the United States was created and distributed by Democrats, those oh-so-compassionate arbiters of goodness, mercy, and partial birth abortions.
Nor was it the only such map targeting what Barack Obama called "the enemy," Republicans.
Click on any image to get the full measure of liberal bile
Time Magazine displays the kind of contempt and hatred and intolerance for which the left is justly infamous:
"DEAD MAN WALKER"
Chris Mathews on Hardball, Wednesday night, March 2, showing liberal "compassion" and "tolerance" while describing Newt Gingrich:
"He looks like a car bomber" and even described him in demonic terms, adding: "He's got that crazy Mephistophelian grin of his. He looks like he loves torturing."
What is so surprising is that liberals seem to enjoy this bile and eager lap it up to repeat again and again.
Wisconsin union protesters: Governor "Walker wanted dead"
Alive has been crossed out of "Walker wanted dead or alive"
February 22, 2011
"Get a little bloody" - Massachusetts Democrat Representative Michael Capuano
The rhetoric around Wisconsin's government labor dispute is getting more violent. NHJournal.com reports that Rep. Michael Capuano, a Massachusetts Democrat, said this yesterday at a Boston "solidarity" rally: "I'm proud to be here with people who understand that it's more than just sending an email to get you going. Every once and awhile you need to get out on the streets and get a little bloody when necessary."
Liberals are now spewing their bile on Wisconsin governor Scott Walker.
The German party led by Adolf Hitler was the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP), which evolved into the Nazi (Nationalsozialisten -- National Socialists) Party. This would explain why the second volume of Hitler's Mein Kampf is entitled "The National Socialist Movement."
"If you're going to San Francisco
You're gonna meet some gentle people there" - song by Scott McKenzie
Really? Like these lovelies?
How about a lynching of the president?
Why hasn't Barack Obama been characterized as a "terrorist," since Obama has aggressively pursued victory in Afghanistan and Iraq. Well he hasn't because that would be "racist" according to Democrats.
The movie, "Death of a President," was wishful thinking for millions of Democrats all over America:
"Thought-provoking" in this context to liberals means "wishful thinking."
It even won awards:
Hollywood liberals fantasized that Bush's assassin was never caught:
How's that for a terrific ending.
Where does this hate come from? It starts at an early age. It continues on through college. Here is former University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill, proudly displaying an AK47, assault rifle, with banana clip holding 30 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition:
University of Texas professor Jose Angel Gutierrez suggested killing the gringo:
Is there a bigger lie than this: "Bush Knew", repeated by Hillary Clinton
Why was this "fascist" poster of Bush so popular with Democrats, while the same caricature of Obama was labeled "racist"?
(1) Keith Halloran, a New Hampshire Democratic candidate, said on a Facebook thread that he wished Palin had been aboard the Alaska plane that crashed, killing five including Sen. Ted Stevens; (2) Another New Hampshire Democrat, Timothy Horrigan resigned from the state legislature after writing this gem on Facebook: "Well a dead Palin wd be even more dangerous than a live one . . . she is all about her myth & if she was dead she cldn't commit any more gaffes"; and (3) foul-mouthed comedian Sandra Bernhard warned Palin she would be "gang-raped by my big black brothers" if she tried coming to New York.
New York State Comptroller Alan Hevesi later apologized for describing fellow Democrat Sen. Charles Schumer as "the man who, how do I phrase this diplomatically, who will put a bullet between the President's eyes if he could get away with it."
In the Village Voice: Michale Feingold, while reviewing the play "King Cowboy Rufus Rules the Universe," wrote: "Republicans don't believe in the imagination, partly because so few of them have one, but mostly because it gets in the way of their chosen work, which is to destroy the human race and the planet. Human beings, who have imaginations, can see a recipe for disaster in the making; Republicans, whose goal in life is to profit from disaster and who don't give a hoot about human beings, either can't or won't. Which is why I personally think they should be exterminated before they cause any more harm."
Liberal talk radio host Mike Malloy suggested stringing up Internet king Matt Drudge, saying, "Drudge? Aw, Drudge, somebody ought to wrap a strong Republican entrail around his neck and hoist him up about 6 feet in the air and watch him bounce.”
Sometimes the hatred on the Left exceeds talk and escalates to violent assaults. Cases in point: In August 2009, members of the Service Employees International Union beat up Kenneth Gladney for distributing "Don't Tread On Me" flags at a Missouri town hall meeting. In June 2010, Nathan Tabor was punched in the face by a Democrat during a Tea Party protest in North Carolina. Last October, Human Events reporter Emily Miller was physically assaulted while interviewing Rep. Charlie Rangel during the “One Nation Working Together” rally at the National Mall in Washington.
Greenpeace advocated mass civil disobedience last April with this blog item on its website:“The proper channels have failed. It's time for mass civil disobedience to cut off the financial oxygen from denial and skepticism. . . . If you're one of those who have spent their lives undermining progressive climate legislation, bankrolling junk science, fueling spurious debates around false solutions, and cattle-prodding democratically elected governments into submission, then hear this: We know who you are. We know where you live. We know where you work.”
"A spoiled child (Bush) is telling us our Social Security isn't safe anymore, so he is going to fix it for us. Well, here's your answer, you ungrateful whelp: [audio sound of 4 gunshots being fired.] Just try it, you little b*stard. [audio of gun being cocked]." -- A "humor bit" from the Randi Rhodes Show
"I want to go up to the closest white person and say: 'You can't understand this, it's a black thing' and then slap him, just for my mental health" -- New York city councilman Charles Barron
"..And then there's Rumsfeld who said of Iraq 'We have our good days and our bad days.' We should put this S.O.B. up against a wall and say 'This is one of our bad days' and pull the trigger." -- From a fundraising ad put out by the St. Petersburg Democratic Club
"I believe in ecoterrorism." -- James Cameron
"...In an ideal world, American consumers could be convinced to do the right thing through an appeal to logic with public service messages like the 'What Would Jesus Drive?' TV campaign, but the kind of people who would buy a car that increases the risk to other motorists in an accident can't be reasoned with. They're selfish and stupid. It's unfortunate that drivers must worry that their SUVs are being targeted by insulting stickers and Molotov cocktails, but one thing's for sure: It couldn't be happening to a more deserving group of people." -- Ted Rall winks at ecoterrorism
January 20, 2011
Democrat Representative Steve Cohen Anderson Cooper pressed a Democratic congressman to explain why he had compared Republicans to Nazis in a debate about health care reform
During the debate on Tuesday, Cohen compared Republicans who called health care reform a "government takeover" of health care to Joseph Goebbels, the leading propagandist for the Nazis.
"They say it's a government takeover of health care, a big lie, just like Goebbels," Cohen said. "You say it enough, you repeat the lie, you repeat the lie, you repeat the lie, and, eventually, people believe it, like blood libel. That's the same kind of thing."
On his Wednesday show, Cooper seemed almost flabbergasted that Cohen had made the comparison, and equally flabbergasted that Cohen didn't simply admit he had made it. "You're essentially comparing them to Nazis," he told Cohen.
"No, I don't think I was," Cohen said. "And I certainly didn't intend to."
Democrats pretend they didn't say what they said. Then at a later time, they repeat what they said the first time.
"Who are you gonna believe, me or your lyin' eyes?"
Democrats have the audacity to claim that Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh promote violence. I challenge anyone to provide evidence of prominent conservative talk show hosts or political officials producing or supporting posters such as those above or comments such as these below which have been widespread throughout America for years:
I wish there could be a million Mogadishus.- Nicholas De Genova, Professor at Columbia University
I hate Republicans and everything they stand for. - Democrat National Party Chairman Howard Dean
"[Republicans] idea of equal rights is the American flag and Confederate swastika flying side by side."
Julian Bond, president of the NAACP
"In South Africa, we call it Apartheid. In Nazi Germany, we'd call it fascism. Here in the United States, we call it conservatism." - - Jesse Jackson
It’s impossible to be both a Christian and a Republican.” - Hillary Clinton
The object of politics is to beat the other person’s brains out. – Hillary Clinton
“What we need now is not just a regime change in Saddam Hussein and Iraq, but we need a regime change in the United States." - Senator John Kerry (D) April 2, 2003
The rest of the crew (of Republicans), they just kill people for fun. - Aaron McGruder addressing the graduating class at Emory University
“We would stone Henry Hyde to death. Shut up! Shut up! And we go to their houses and we kill their wives and their children. We kill their families.” -- Alec Baldwin, on the Conan O’Brien Show
"Real freedom will come when soldiers in Iraq turn their guns on their superiors." - Professor John Daly, Warren Community College, New Jersey
"The United States has lost the war in Iraq, and that's a good thing.... I welcome the U.S. defeat... it's essential the American empire be defeated and dismantled." Robert Jensen, University of Texas
“Terrorists are freedom fighters.” Steve Best, “Chair,” Philosophy Department, University of Texas, El Paso
University of New Mexico professor Richard Berthold informed his young students that blowing up the Pentagon earns "my vote."
“I have a very hard time with this word ‘non-violence,’ because I don’t believe that I am non-violent…. Right now, I would love to kill George Bush - Betty Williams, Nobel Peace Prize laureate July 24, 2006, Australia
“I mean right now, I could kill George Bush , no problem. - Betty Williams, July 11, 2007, Dallas , Texas
"I could have gone to 1600 Pennsylvania and killed the real bird with one stone." - John Kerry on the Phil Maher Show
"They bring a knife, we bring a gun." - Barack Obama
"The man who, how do I phrase this diplomatically, who will put a bullet between the president's eyes if he could get away with it. The toughest senator, the best representative. A great, great member of the Congress of the United States." - New York State controller Alan Hevesi at the Queen's College Commencement, where he was formerly a professor of government and politics, in 2006
"That Scott down there that's running for governor of Florida," Mr. Kanjorski said. "Instead of running for governor of Florida, they ought to have him and shoot him. Put him against the wall and shoot him. He stole billions of dollars from the United States government and he's running for governor of Florida. He's a millionaire and a billionaire. He's no hero. He's a damn crook. It's just we don't prosecute big crooks." - Ex congressman Paul Kanjorski, D - PA, October 23, 2010
TUCSON, Ariz. - In an unexpected twist to the Arizona shootings, a man wounded in the attack was arrested and taken for a psychiatric exam after an outburst at a town hall meeting, during which he took a picture of a tea party leader and yelled "you're dead," authorities say.
James Eric Fuller, 63, was detained on misdemeanor disorderly conduct and threat charges Saturday during the event taped for a special edition of ABC's "This Week," Pima County sheriff's spokesman Jason Ogan said. - January 15, 2011
Earth Liberation Front - a violent left-wing extremist group
John Lewis, the FBI's deputy assistant director for counterterrorism, said animal and environmental rights extremists have claimed credit for more than 1,200 criminal incidents since 1990. The FBI has 150 pending investigations associated with animal rights or eco-terrorist activities, and ATF officials say they have opened 58 investigations in the past six years related to violence attributed to the ELF and ALF.
...The ELF has been linked to fires set at sport utility vehicle dealerships and construction sites in various states, while the ALF has been blamed for arson and bombings against animal research labs and the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industry.
The Animal Liberation Front - another violent left-wing extremist group
In 1993 the Departments of Justice and Agriculture issued a report to Congress on the "effects of terrorism on enterprises which use animals," naming ALF as the most significant "radical fringe" animal rights group in the United States. The report stated that between 1979 and 1993, more than 300 incidents of break-ins, vandalism, arson and thefts had been committed in the name of animal rights nationwide. After some ALF members set a fire causing $3.5 million in damages at a veterinary lab in California in 1987, the FBI officially added ALF to its list of domestic terrorist organizations. According to the FBI, between 1995 and 2005 ALF committed some 700 criminal acts.
The Weathermen - left-wing terrorists, whose best known member, William Ayers, ushered in Barack Obama's political career and now teaches at the University of Chicago
There's no need to go into depth about the Weathermen because you heard it all during the 2008 presidential campaign. But here's what is worth noting about the Weathermen: They claimed to be involved with 25 bombings, they intended to kill members of the military, and in 2001 Bill Ayers said, "I don't regret setting bombs; I feel we didn't do enough."
What is the moral equivalent of allowing a man like Bill Ayers to teach college students and become such a big wheel in politics that he is able to befriend the President of the United States? There simply is no comparison on the right. It would be like Eric Rudolph being let out of a jail, given a teaching position at Liberty University, and running fundraisers for Mitt Romney. Conservative readers are undoubtedly grimacing in disgust at the very idea. Liberals haven't batted an eye at doing something just as morally abhorrent.
James Chester Blanning
Gift-wrapped bombs rattle tony ski enclave
Aspen, Colo. — A onetime resident of this city who had been bitter over its transformation into a playground for the rich left four gift-wrapped bombs downtown in a bank-robbery attempt, turning New Year's Eve celebrations into a mass evacuation, police said Thursday.
The dangerous bombs were made of gasoline and cell phone parts and came with notes warning of "mass death." The 72-year-old man suspected of placing them in two banks and in an alleyway on Wednesday shot and killed himself a short time later, police said.
Now, here's a detail that would have been everywhere in the press had the politics been reversed. Here's Blanning's note:
Do not f*** with us or there will be mass death like we have all been part of over in that f***ing quicksand trap that rove and chaney's monkey bush put us into where so many of our soul mates and brothers died very horrible deaths.
Carol Anne Burger
Burger wasn't just any old leftie -- she was a writer for the Huffington Post who stabbed her roommate 222 times with a screwdriver before she killed herself. Burger's last story for the HuffPO before she went down the memory hole? "Christian School Teacher Takes Female Students to Palin Rally." Yes, those Christians and Palin fans -- they're the ones you have to watch out for.
Schoolmates of the alleged shooter describe Loughner as a loner, an ultra-liberal with a penchant for hard rock music, flag burning, and pot smoking…
He was left-wing and quite liberal. He had met the congresswoman in 2007 and called her "stupid and unintelligent." This is the general characterization liberals make about everyone they hate, which is to say, anyone who disagrees with them.
January 21 update from those arbiters of civil discourse, the Democrats:
"[Republicans] say it's a government takeover of health care -- a big lie just like [Nazi propagandist Joseph] Goebbels. You say it enough. You repeat the lie, you repeat the lie, you repeat the lie and eventually people believe it. Like, blood libel. That's the same kind of thing. The Germans said enough about the Jews and the people believed it and you had the Holocaust. You tell a lie over and over again and we've heard it on this floor, government takeover of health care." --Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN), with yet another gratuitous Nazi reference from the Left
Cohen later issued a non-apology, saying his comments "were not directed toward any group or people" and insisting that he "never called Republicans Nazis."
How about shooting Republican governor Walker of Wisconsin?