Saturday, November 12, 2005

OK, now that we're over the fact that *I* don't give a shit ...

Recently, there's been a great deal of emotional wanking from certain dingbats on the Right that those of us here on the Left have been "celebrating" the death of U.S. troops in Iraq. How dare they, the wankers ask. How loathsome, they proclaim. How vile and reprehensible to hope harm comes to others, they lament through their totally bogus tears.

So I can't, I say, I just can't wait to hear the same dipshits take it to Bill O'Reilly for doing the same thing:

And if Al Qaeda comes in here and blows you up, we're not going to do anything about it. We're going to say, look, every other place in America is off limits to you, except San Francisco. You want to blow up the Coit Tower? Go ahead.

Well, Jinx? How 'bout some well-directed outrage towards one of your ideological mentors for actually inviting terrorists to kill innocent people? Come on, Jinx, you can do it. If you try really, really, really hard, I'm betting you can find it in you to, just this once, not be a two-faced, hypocritical sack of weasel crap and be consistent in your outrage.

Yeah, and pigs will fucking fly any day now.

... Apparently, a number of folks are some kind of unhappy with Bill O'Falafel for encouraging terrorists to blow up San Francisco's Coit Tower.

I don't know what their problem is. So Bloviating Bill promoted the murder of hundreds of innocent people by terrorists. Big deal. I mean, it's not like he got a blowjob or anything, is it, Jinx?


CathiefromCanada said...

Correct me if I am wrong, but I don't recall any prominent liberal commentator in the US calling for a terrorist attack last November on a city which supported Bush, just because he was mad because Kerry lost the election -- oh, pardon me, there ARE no prominent liberal commentators in the US. Never mind.

Whetam Knauckweirst said...

No one on the right will take on Bill O'Reilly. Schoolyard bullies bluster until they take themselves down. O'Reilly may have taken his first step in that direction with these reprehensible comments.

Anonymous said...

In fairness to Jinx/Jason, he has commented on this topic with as close to outrage towards a right-wing commentator as he's ever done.

CC said...

You're right -- that's as close to outrage towards his ideological colleagues as he's ever likely to get.

While that kind of behaviour on the part of liberals would have "Jason" howling that it was "sickening" or "appalling" or "disgusting," the best he can muster when it's Bill O'Falafel is, "Should he be fired for it as DU and people in SF want? I don't know and it's not for me to decide."

That's amusing since, when it's a liberal, Jason never seems to have any trouble "deciding," does he?