90 Miles From Tyranny : 5 Things Liberals Have Done That Are Crazier Than Melissa Harris-Perry’s Tampon Earrings

Sunday, July 28, 2013

5 Things Liberals Have Done That Are Crazier Than Melissa Harris-Perry’s Tampon Earrings

By now the whole world knows about the stunt that MSNBC anchor Melissa Harris-Perry pulled this weekend. Apparently under the impression that she was being clever, she donned tampon earrings and advised women in the Texas legislature to wear them as a means of protesting anti-abortion legislation.
In response to this, Dennis Miller cleverly quipped that she should only be allowed to do her show once a month for five days. Oh, yeah. He also called her a moron.
She certainly deserves the endless derision being heaped upon her. However, leftists have done far crazier and stupider things in an effort to try to forcefeed their propaganda on the American people. Most of them have gone over about as well as Harri-Perry’s object lesson.
Here are 5 things that liberals have done that are even more bizarre than the tampon earring incident.
1. Whoopi Goldberg criticizing George W. Bush by talking about her “bush”
Yeah, she went there. Back in 2004, while performing what we will generously call a “comedy routine” at a Kerry/Edwards fundraiser, Whoopi said this: “That’s why I’m here tonight. Because I love bush. But someone’s giving bush a bad name. Someone has tarnished name of `bush.’ Someone has waged war, someone has deliberately misled the country, someone has attempted to amend the constitution, all in the name of bush. The bush I know and cherish would never do such things. My bush is smarter than that. And if my bush is smarter than that, you can understand just how dumb I think that other bush is. And anyone who would wave to Stevie Wonder is not fully there. I will do whatever it takes to restore bush to its rightful place and that ain’t in the White House. Vote your heart and mind and keep bush where it belongs.”

2. Chris Matthews saying that Republicans who call Obama “the food stamp President” are racist
Question: how can you tell when a liberal has lost a debate? Answer: when he starts calling you a racist.
That’s exactly how Chris Matthews responds to Republicans who bring up statistical facts about the number of people on food stamps during the Obama presidency. When facts aren’t on the side of a liberal, he’ll play the race card.
Fortunately, Newt Gingrich was on hand to put Chris Matthews in his place. On one episode ofHardball, Chris stupidly tried that line on Newt. Newt replied that Chris was a racist because he thinks that food stamps must refer to blacksZing!

3. An Ivy League professor calling God a “racist” in the wake of the Zimmerman verdict
Why does it seem like Ivy League professors are some of the stupidest liberals on the planet?
Anthea Butler decided to take her bitterness to new heights by playing the race card on… God. Here’s what she wrote: “God ain’t good all of the time. In fact, sometimes, God is not for us. As a black woman in an [sic] nation that has taken too many pains to remind me that I am not a white man, and am not capable of taking care of my reproductive rights, or my voting rights, I know that this American god ain’t my god. As a matter of fact, I think he’s a white racist god with a problem. More importantly, he is carrying a gun and stalking young black men.”

4. Texas pro-abortion protesters chanting “Hail Satan!”
Honestly, we try to keep an open mind on issues. We try to see both sides of every controversy and make an attempt to evaluate things from the other person’s perspective.
And then, every once in a while, something comes along that convinces us that that the issue is not just a matter of perspective, it’s about good vs. evil. That was the case when pro-abortion demonstrators just recently chanted “Hail Satan!” while opposing the Texas legislature’s attempt to place reasonable restrictions on abortion.

5. David Sirota hoping that the Boston bomber was a white male
In the wake of the Boston bombing, before the police had identified the Tsarnaev brothers as the culprits, David Sirota wrote a column for Salon entitled, “Let’s Hope The Boston Marathon Bomber Is A White American”.
In a way, he got his wish. The bombers were Caucasian. By that, we mean they were from the Caucasus region of Eastern Europe, where there is a strong component of radical Islam. Also, one of them was an American citizen who stuck his finger in the eye of the American government by becoming a citizen on the anniversary of 9/11.
Sadly, we don’t think that David Sirota had foreign-born Muslims in mind when he wished aloud that his narrative would be validated. Unfortunately, he’ll have to accept the reality that acts of terrorism in this country are much more likely to be caused by Muslim radicals than by any other religious or ethnic group.

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