They’re such fascinating creatures.
I mean that too. Their consistent contradictions make them both an easy and entertaining study, though their constant disgust with logic does get frustrating from time to time.
Right now though, I’m shaking my head more out of wonderment than disgust…
San Francisco is a well-known bastion of political stupidity, both on the part of the public and the idiots they continue to put into public office.
Then again, isn’t that the state at large? After all, California is where certain residents thought it would be in good taste to hang Sarah Palin in effigy at their house for Halloween. Not that my state of Maryland is really all that much better.
But it’s San Francisco that’s really been making the news lately, for such Nanny State regulations as cracking down on the deplorable habit of putting toys in Happy Meals.
A good thing too! For a while there, I was worried that it was fast food and not high unemployment, back-breaking federal and state deficits, and increasingly dreadful public education that was going to kill our country.
Then again, they may have just been just kissing up to their beloved First Lady, Michelle Obama with that nod to healthy food habits.
Or maybe – and most likely – they just like meddling in other people’s affairs. Perhaps they feel inadequate about something in their own lives. (I hate to speculate.) Feeling a lack of control in their own lives, they have to cover up their own pathetic state of being by dictating whether parents can circumcise their infant sons or not.
And no, that’s not a joke. They really are discussing the legality of that topic right now.
Insanity Runs in the Liberal Family
Call it insane – which it is – but that’s the liberal way. They talk a great talk about individual rights but then conveniently forget about their own platforms when it comes to something like… oh… abortion. Or the homeless.
Not to pick on San Francisco – they just make it so darn easy though! – but the city just struck again, this time with Proposition L, which prohibits people from sitting or lying on public sidewalks between the hours of 7 a.m. and 11 p.m. In their defense, Roselle Park, N.J. already banned sleeping in public earlier this year.
So much for caring about the little guy, as those laws obviously target the homeless. Apparently, the aesthetic quality of their neighborhoods is more important than people.
Typical say one thing and do another liberal.
Tea Party Bombs, Artistic Expressions and Protecting Planet Earth… or Not
If those examples aren’t enough to convince you, however, then how about the common liberal agenda to remove anything and everything religious – read: Christian – from the general public, including nativity sets, prayer in school and the Ten Commandments up on the wall.
They argue a completely non-existent separation-of-church-and-state clause of U.S. law to back their mission, but they also appeal to common decency by claiming that people might get offended by the blatant Christian-ness of such displays.
Than they turn around and defend the Smithsonian – in large part funded by the government – exhibition of Jesus on the cross covered with ants, among other so-called art that much of the United States population would definitely consider offensive.
In the same way, they mindlessly jump to the conclusion that anybody who would try to blow up a car in New York’s Time Square must be part of the Tea Party.
(Because really, who else has declared war on America, right? I personally can’t think of any other group. Can you?)
But then they go out of their way to sympathetically probe the psyche of a Muslim extremist who tried his very darndest to set a bomb off at a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Portland, Oregon.
And for those liberals who side with the Discovery Channel hostage taker in believing that humans need to be exterminated anyway, so as to protect Mother Earth from their evil influences… here’s a piece of evidence even you in all of your dearly-held delusions should find damning…
The Obama administration, with all of its tough talk on saving the planet, climate change and pollutant emission regulations, has “doled out billions of dollars in stimulus money to some of the nation’s biggest polluters and granted them sweeping exemptions from the most basic form of environmental oversight” according to the Center for Public Integrity.
So much for really caring about the environment. Or being against big business.
For that matter, so much for being truthful or steadfast at all.