Saturday, March 27, 2010

Regarding civility and blowing goats.


If you haven't yet invested the time to check out the entire comments section over at Mr. Kathy Shaidle's place, well, you have no idea what you're missing.

8 comments:

Cherniak_WTF said...

So much stupidity in one place... Please tell me it's some kind of performance art...

Christine said...

They walk among us.




And we should be scared.

Lindsay Stewart said...

well fuck. now i went and looked and i feel all kinds of dirty. those people are trailer park stupid.

deBeauxOs said...

And that's a typical sampling of Ann Coulter's 'fan base' in Canada.

Dizzlski said...

If I didn't have hypertension before, surely I do now.

Sir Gallahad said...

Kind of makes you despair for humanity.

What the hell kind of creatures are they?

Just oxygen thieves, the whole damn useless lot of them.

Rev.Paperboy said...

Oh no you don't, I am not clicking that link - there isn't a enough soap in the world to make me feel clean again after wading through the posts there, nevermind the comments.

jkg said...

They seem to have a preoccupation with blowing goats. How strange; joining a Facebook group was a derided as a very low indicator of the level of activism, involvement, and seriousness of its members when it came to the prorogation issue, yet when it comes to making comparisons on balance, why it holds mammoth size weight enough to equalize with the cumulative public persona of Ann Coulter, especially by singling out one off the rocker post by one person in a group of 200 thousand. Bait and switches, poisoning the well, and false equivalencies are abound, I guess.

I am mixed about the fact that the girl was part of that Fbook group, but then again, I would expect a 17 year old to exhibit some naivete and reframe her criticisms as she matured. I am at a loss as to what their excuses would be.