Thursday, September 15, 2005

I’m Getting Really Sick of This

Yesterday, through a friend, I received an email from the genius Barbara J. Stock (check out her website , I dare you, you’ll never see such a load of racist, flag-fetishizing crap in all your life). Barbara J. Stock, for those of you unfamiliar with her, is described at Renew America(a lovely site which also features the insane rantings of one Alan Keyes) as “an RN of over 23 years and is fairly new to political writing. “ She’s the author of such lovely articles as “America, fight back against Islamic propaganda ”, “Stop apologizing to Islam!”, “Why Islam hates Christianity” (I’m sensing a pattern here), and “Islam dupes the liberal pacifists”. Her latest bilge, “Was President Bush forced to use the Insurrection Act?”, just gave me a headache. Amongst her list of moronic claims:

And other idiotic charges, the most odious of which is that “The Posse Comitatus Act prevents, by federal law, the president of the United States from sending federal troops into any state without the direct request of the elected governor of that state. A frustrated President Bush could only stand by and watch as the horror unfolded until he received the request for help.” Where does one start? It’s like an onion composed of lies. Posse Comitatus only prevents the military from acting in a police manner. She’s made the first sentence up of whole cloth. And the idea of a frustrated Bush picking guitar and eating cake is just hilarious.

But anyway, I’ve gotten sidetracked here. This is just the usual Republican lies, deception, etc. What I’m getting at is these veiled threats we’ve been seeing from the Right for the past two years. The following paragraph is an example of the kind of thinking that is making me hate Conservatives:

The Democratic Party could not possibly sink much lower than it has this past week. The mayor, the governor, and all those liberal websites, blogs, and shrieking leftist politicians should jump into the sewer water that now flows in the streets of New Orleans. That's where they belong, with the rest of the floating waste. The Democratic or "Progressive" party should be buried with the dead. Cause of death: Gross incompetence, asphyxiation from lies, and the failure to accept responsibility for the deaths of thousands of American citizens because power meant more to them than lives.

Nice. We should just float with the dead bodies, huh?

But that’s not all, folks. This woman…I don’t even know. Just read the article :

Children's Author: Warn Kids About Liberals
Author of "Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed" says New Orleans aftermath reveals crass opportunism of liberals, calls on parents to teach traditional values to kids.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 13, 2005 -– The tragedy of Hurricane Katrina has exposed an ugly truth about liberals, and parents need to teach this to their kids, according to the author of a controversial upcoming children's book.

Katharine DeBrecht—the author of the soon-to-be-released "Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed" (Kids Ahead; hardcover: $15.95; ISBN 0976726904)—dismisses the notion that parents should not talk to their young kids about politics. If anything, she claims, the behavior of liberals following the flooding of New Orleans shows that parents with traditional values need to take a hands-on approach to making sure their kids aren't bombarded by left-wing messages.

"Liberals don't hesitate in pushing their extremist ideology," says DeBrecht, the mother of three and a co-captain of her state's Security Moms for Bush. "Their actions in the wake of the tragedy in New Orleans shows this only too well."

In support of her point, DeBrecht asserts that as soon as New Orleans' levees burst liberals set out to exploit the tragedy. She notes that Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal immediately blamed President Bush for the flooding, Jesse Jackson claimed black residents were abandoned because of conservatives' racism, and columnist Robert Kennedy Jr. argued that opposition to the Kyoto treaty on global warming caused the hurricane. Anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan even used the tragedy to argue against America's liberation of Iraq.

"As crass as they have been in exploiting the tragedy in the Gulf Coast," adds DeBrecht, "they have been equally aggressive in exploiting America's children. From pro-socialist stories like 'Rainbow Fish' to attacks on traditional values like 'King & King,' liberals have been pushing books with their extremist philosophy into our classrooms and school libraries unabated for years. Conservative parents have to do what they can to make sure their kids hear the other side of the story."

Although its official publication date is still a week away, "Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed" has already made waves in the typically staid world of children's publishing. The announcement of the book caused an uproar among liberal commentators, with many claiming the book teaches children to hate. The full-color illustrated story tells of two brothers who open a lemonade stand only to encounter a Ted Kennedy character who taxes away their profits and a pants-suit clad Hillary Clinton look-alike who outlaws sugary drinks.

"Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed" will be available in bookstores nationwide on September 20.


You know what, I’m really coming to hate you Conservatives. I abhor everything you stand for. But I will be damned if I will sit here and call you “evil’, say we need to warn our children about you, or make veiled threats about killing you. You people act like children, and you should be ashamed of yourselves.

That’s it. Now go away.

Posted by crimnos @ 9:14 AM

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We seriously need to push for emoticons on blogger so that I can implement the vomit emoticon several times over for this ilk. Leave kids out of it. They are children, they will have plenty of time to be brainwashed soon enough. Furthermore, what kind of ilk takes the time to write and illustrate a book
(no small task) on such a petty, immature, non-productive topic. Why don't you write a book warning your children about the dangers of global warming, poor energy policy, rising health care costs, poverty levels and record deficit. There's a children's book for you. At least let your kids know what they can expect when they are adults. Then maybe their resentment for their parents lack of action, commitment and compassion could set in a few years early, when they realize they can't afford to live because they are paying off the massive cost of continued incompetence.

F'n A!

Posted by Blogger Jessica @ 9:45 AM #
 

I really couldn't put it any better than that. I'm so disgusted right now I *could* vomit.

Posted by Blogger crimnos @ 10:27 AM #
 

I agree with Jessica: Leave the kids out of it!! You'd think that I would get use to the crap that comes out of their mouths but I always seem to be shocked. What rock do these people crawl out from??

Posted by Blogger james @ 5:02 PM #
 

I got my first troll!!!!

Check out my blog to see what she said.

Posted by Blogger Jessica @ 7:04 PM #
 

Oh...uh...sweet? hehe. Checking that out now.

Posted by Blogger crimnos @ 8:27 AM #
 

I want one serious troll...I need to practice my discourse and circular argument.

sorry, maybe I was too excited about my troll

Jes

Posted by Blogger Jessica @ 11:00 AM #
 

hah, no, I think a troll is a sign of "making it" at least on some level...just didn't know if it was good news or bad news to you.

Posted by Blogger crimnos @ 12:30 PM #
 
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