Thursday, December 21, 2006
Show some respect for human life or I'll fucking kill you.
As a followup to an earlier post, it's amusing to see how many of the citizens of Wingnuttia, while railing on tediously about the irrevocable, God-given sanctity of human life, also think that a lot of the world's problems could be solved with the proper application of a well-aimed bullet, or something to that effect.
The latest poster child for right-wing compassion would be, of course, this lunatic, but she's merely the latest in a long line of conservative homicidal maniacs.
There was, of course, the "Reverend" Pat Robertson, being somewhat less than reverend toward Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, and also having suggested that the State Department deserved much the same treatment.
Then there was former White House spokesweasel Ari Fleischer suggesting that that whole Saddam Hussein problem could be resolved with "one bullet." How charming.
And who among us could forget shrieking, neo-con screech harpy Ann Coulter, publicly wishing that Oklahoma City bomber and mass murderer Timothy McVeigh had picked a more deserving target, pondering the assassination of Bill Clinton, or suggesting a whole new approach to U.S. foreign relations.
Amusingly, with all this right-wing death-mongering going on, it's those of us on the Left who, just because we think George W. Bush is an insufferable, arrogant jackass, are unhinged moonbats who suffer from "Bush Derangement Syndrome."
If the irony were any thicker, I could slice off a hunk and beat you with it. But not to death. That would be cruel.
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"But not to death. That would be cruel."
Except for the unborn. The Left loves to slaughter them.
And to think that Canada has freaked out because some RCMP baited group has threatened to behead Harper.
There they are, a year late and a dollar short.
Today, Harper's head has much less value.
In a cynical way, I expect to be hearing of another "threat" towards Harper or Canada in general, just to keep the fear going. He doesn't have much more left to appeal to Canadians with...
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