Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Liberalism = Hypocrisy

Letters have been published recently calling the tea party protesters hypocrites. Well, if there is one thing liberals know its hypocrisy. After all, it’s the basis of their entire political ideology.

They protect the rights of the guilty while trampling on those of the victims. They claim to be for free speech but are constantly trying to limit what we say through “political correctness” and “hate speech”. They are against capital punishment but favor the slaughter of the unborn. The Constitutional phrase “the right of the people” means an individual right except in the case of the Second Amendment. They told conservatives to “have a sense of humor” when degrading caricatures of Condoleezza Rice were published nationally and then made sure of what was acceptable for President Teleprompter. They want women’s rights but turn a blind eye to sexually oppressive regimes all over the world. They ran on a platform of economic stability, doubled the national debt and called it “stimulus”. If you are successful and conservative, you must have cheated. If you are unsuccessful and a liberal, you are a victim. But I digress.

The arrogance and condescension that is constantly exhibited by the liberal elites is mind boggling. You would think that theses supposed mental giants could recognize that the protest being held on the Fourth of July is ironic but another basis of liberalism is never admitting that you are wrong. Despite what facts may prove otherwise.


Tanaya said...

I found it interesting to think about all of the folks who were up in arms about the City of Bozeman invading their privacy by asking for their facebook, yahoo, AIM passwords are probably the same people who probably voted for Barack(take my freedoms now) Obama. Hypocrisy defined.

Milk River Madman said...


I couldn't agree more.

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