This is what our two-party system has become. Democrats and liberals are so narrow in their thinking and worldview that they cannot conceive how anyone can legitimately and rationally disagree with them. For many years now, the Left have maliciously portrayed conservatives as stupid uneducated racist rednecks. Remember what actress Janeane Garofalo said about the Tea Party movement on Keith Olbermann’s show on April 16, 2009?
“It’s not about bashing Democrats, it’s not about taxes, they have no idea what the Boston tea party was about, they don’t know their history at all. This is about hating a black man in the White House. This is racism straight up. That is nothing but a bunch of teabagging rednecks . . . . [T]he limbic brain inside a right-winger or Republican or conservative or your average white power activist, the limbic brain is much larger in their head space than in a reasonable person, and it’s pushing against the frontal lobe. So their synapses are misfiring . . . . [M]ost of them probably couldn’t tell you one thing about taxation without representation, the Boston tea party, the British imperialism, whatever the history lesson has to be…. [T]he right-wing has . . . no shortage of the natural resources of ignorance, apathy, hate, fear.”
Now, liberals are piling on other vile epithets as they go into a collective meltdown over the very likely prospect that they’ll lose tomorrow’s special election in Massachusetts.
First, there is failed prez candidate Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass), in a statement he issued this afternoon, demonizing the conservative and independent supporters of Scott Brown (R) as dangerous “teabaggers” who “bully” and “threat”:
“What we’ve seen in the past few days is way over the line and reminiscent of the dangerous atmosphere of Sarah Palin’s 2008 campaign rallies. This is not how democracy works in Massachusetts. Scott Brown needs to speak up and get his out of state tea party supporters under control.”
Brown campaign spokesman Felix Brownes calmly responded that “People are tired of John Kerry’s partisan politics. His baseless accusations reflect the desperate last gasps of a flailing campaign. Scott Brown is running a positive campaign and has been since the beginning of the race.”
Then, it’s MSNBC correspondent David Shuster‘s turn. Today, he exclaimed that Massachusetts voters who are going for Brown must “have lost their minds,” thereby implying that one would have to be insane to vote for a Republican. CLICK HERE for the video clip.
As We the People take America back in 2010/2012, expect to see the Left utter even more vile and hateful things about us! LOL