Saturday, January 4, 2014
Beating Back the Liberal Bullies
I caught this segment last night on the "Kelly File" and Weasel Zippers posted the YouTube with some comments about it noting the name calling by leftards Michael Hiltzik of the LA Times and Amanda Marcotte of Slate.
I understand that anything about Christianity drives liberals into uncontrolled fits of head exploding rage but once you get an understanding of the Little Sisters of the Poor for the Aged then I would think anyone with a appreciation for Christian charity would be appalled that someone would go out of their way to call names.
The only good thing that seems to be happening is the blow back that these unrepentant bullies and haters are receiving for their vicious attacks against people who either disagree with them or attempt to follow their deeply held and sincere beliefs.
Some are actually being held accountable like Martin Bashir for his attacks against Sarah Palin or A&E for trying to censor Phil Robertson's religious beliefs.
Just today Melissa Harris-Perry whimpered an apology for shamelessly attacking Mitt Romney's adopted grandchild.
There's been some hopeful signs that people are just getting tired of the constant mocking and insults from liberal/commies attempting to force their worldview on the rest of us.
This would be good news ordinarily if conservatives had a political party that reflected their views but unfortunately all we have is republicans and their leadership who are bound and determined to try and "mainstream" themselves to reflect very few differences between tyranny on the left or right.
Karl Rove and his syncophants believe that however they warp the party conservatives will have to support them because we have no where else to go. So their next offering will be some milquetoast RINO just like they gave us for the last 2 presidential elections.
It looks like we're going to be fighting 2 battles in the midterms and the next presidential elections, beating back the hateful liberal left and the intransigent weenies of the republican party.