You know, I really am starting to get a little bit freaked out by the level of sheer inanity in the press right now. There is some serious stuff going on and they are all behaving like a bunch of hysterical children in a haunted house. It must be the bubble ... Whatever it is they seem determined to create a panic.They think correctly that frightened people are more likely to vote Republican. In response we should taunt, insult and mock them for being cowards. Everyone says that elections matter; let's see people fight for them. If people say you're mean, uncivil, disrespectful or un-liberal, you're doing it right.
Friday, October 3, 2014
Posted by Susan of Texas at 7:30 PM
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The Democrats are going to lose in November.
The question is, are they really stupid, or are they doing it on purpose?
It's a difficult balance, making sure that the house always wins.
I mostly reserve inanity for relatively non-violent stupidity.
This level of fear-mongering hatred & tertiary syphilitic insanity is usually reserved for a war. Who do they want to start a war with this time?
for more gibbering insanity, Mr Thomas Friedman -
He starts out with radical Islam and ends up with the Arab world. It's a good thing we are there to mold the world in our image.
We are a frightened populace because we are all mortally afraid of death. ISIS? we are all going to die (Lindsay Graham - via the daily show). Ebola? we are all going to die. Saddam Husseing? We are all going to die from his (non-existent) drones. Playing outside? Our children are going to die because of what a few whackos have done in Utah and Ohio. Riding a bike to school? They are going to die because drivers are reckless. Hurricanes? We are all going to die. Legalize drugs? we are all going to die from an overdose of crack cocaine.
It is easy to frighten people if they are conditioned to believe the worst possible outcome of any decision they may take.
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