Thursday, August 18, 2005

People who are too fucking stupid to read.


Here's why I don't spend a lot of time reading conservative blogs. Follow Weasel Boy here, as he twists himself into knots trying to demonstrate a bogus equivalence:

As Michelle Malkin wonders, why is this not okay (I'm not saying it is):

Crosses vandalized at antiwar mom's Texas camp site

See, Weasel Boy's not sayin' it is okay to drive a pickup truck over crosses honouring dead American servicepeople, he's just, you know, wondering, see? 'Cuz after all, those nasty pro-choice liberals don't seem to have a problem with vandalizing crosses in an "abortion cemetery."

And how does Weasel Boy prove this? He links us here:

As a pro-choice professor who respects the pro-life position, I too condemn whoever attacked and vandalized the "abortion cemetery."...

The vandals may have been attempting to make a political statement about abortion, or they may simply have been drunken louts. Either way, what they did was reprehensible.

That's right -- WB's own evidence that the left is indifferent to the desecration of the pro-life position is, if you can believe it, a pro-choice professor who condemns the desecration and describes it as "reprehensible".

Next: Weasel Boy demonstrates the courtesy and civility of the Bush administration by linking here.

1 comment:

Jason said...

lol! You are a piece of... work..., CC. Yep. Nevermind that pro-life memorials are vandalized quite often. Nevermind that the MSM almost never covers these acts of vandalization (and when they do, it's nowhere near the coverage Cindy's political "memorial" got). Nevermind that very few liberals ever come out to condemn such acts of vandalism. Forget all that because one professor writing in a publication that the majority of people will never read sort of condemned one act of vandalism. Ooo! I'm shaking in my combat boots, CC! You've really got me up against the ropes now! Gosh, I should just throw in the towel and bow down to your vulgar, adolescent rhetoric.

You'll excuse me if I don't, though.