Skip to comments.O-kay…Mike Papantonio Compares Tea Party to Invasive Fish That Feasts on Blood
Posted on 12/08/2012 10:09:20 PM PST by Olog-hai
How can you tell when conservatives really annoy a liberal?
When his hyperbole exceeds even the broad parameters of absurdity embraced on the left. Case in pointattorney and Ring of Fire radio show co-host Mike Papantonios appearance on fellow libtalker Thom Hartmanns show on Wednesday.
While talking with Hartmann about post-election backbiting within the GOP and Senate Republicans voting against the UN treaty on disabilities, allegedly out of fear of backlash from the tea party, Papantonio likened tea partiers to a bloodthirsty snakehead fish.
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We want to get loose from THESE Stalinist parasites, and they have the nerve to call US parasites. Liberalism IS a mental disorder.
When you call a parasite a parasite they get indignant to the point of murderous rage, however they freely project their own shortcomings easily as putting on a pair of socks.
There he goes projecting again. Right analogy. Wrong party.
Sounding more and more like Germany 1933, Tea Party,Conservative,White Male,Christians= Jews. The rhetoric is getting scary. “First they came for”-well we all know the proverb. Be weary my friends.
Typical of the Libs who think when anyone, or any group, doesn’t follow their leftist ways they are regarded as trash.
Socialism is the ideology that we must all live at the expense of everyone else. This is by definition living on the blood of others. Government is a giant parasite, one that promises to give you ten cents in benefits if only you would allow it to take one dollar from your rich neighbor.
Once again, libs and muslims use the same hate-filled retoric when spewing on their critics - it almost seems like the same driving force is behind them.
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