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For moonbats, global warming trumps local groping
By Howie Carr | Sunday, June 8, 2008 |

How did a degenerate like Jim Marzilli ever get elected to any office, even one as inconsequential as Massachusetts state senator?

The answer is simple: We live in a democracy. The people get what they deserve. How do you like it now, moonbats of Arlington?

As it turns out, some seem to like it just fine. Many would still vote for the groper. And if you want to know just how loony the moonbat left has become in Massachusetts, you should check out their Web sites. Here’s a typical Arlington moonbat named Eric:

“I want to explain something to conservatives who are lamenting a ‘double standard’ or lack of outrage over Marzilli’s ‘alleged’ actions. As a liberal I try to save my moral outrage for the big issues. . . . If a politician is cheating on his wife, or running amock (sic) grabbing at women, it just seems so petty in comparison.”

Unless of course you’re the groped woman. Now that the lewd dude is in the loony bin, his PC fellow travelers are disappointed by his possible successors.

“A few platitudes,” Nate wrote of their campaign literature, “nothing on very important issues like global warming.” Just wondering, but when does the state Senate vote on the Kyoto protocols? But if you post a comment like that, the moonbats go crazy. Just calling them moonbats, by the way, is “hate speech.” As far as the moonbats are concerned, even the word “downfall” is out of bounds.

“Downfall is a pretty strong and hurtful word,” one wrote, “for a dedicated public servant who has fallen ill.” Fallen ill? He dresses up like a bum, makes obscene comments to woman after woman and tries to grab them. Some illness. But back to global warming.

“In my neighborhood,” someone named Adam wrote, “where there is already significant flooding, climate change is a local issue.”

Buy a sump pump and shut up.

Not everybody in Arlington is a trust-funded, prescription-medicated, 50-year-old mitten-knitter. After Marzilli was admitted to the loony bin, one woman wrote, “If you are going to send him any type of card, dip into your Monopoly game and reach for the ‘Go to Jail’ card. That’s where he belongs.”

You can imagine the flaming she got. She was accused of every moonbat crime except saying “Merry Christmas” instead of “Happy Winter Solstice.”

Here’s a message from Rosina: “I wish Jim Marzilli and his family only the best.”

Not one word about his victims.

“Whatever may be the exact issue of where this is all coming from, how it developed, etc. etc. is really none of anyone’s business.”

The problem isn’t just Arlington. Marzilli’s case would have gone up before the Senate Ethics Committee, which most recently dealt - or should I say, didn’t deal with - Sen. Dianne Wilkerson of Roxbury. She was briefly sentenced to a halfway house, which was a step up from her two predecessors, both of whom did time in prison.

Then there’s Lowell, the scene of Marzilli’s final gropings. The Mill City had a run where two of its three senators went to the can. One of them, Paul Sheehy, was actually elected after he was paroled from Danbury.

Last week, I was checking the record of the Dukakis judge who cut Sen. Groper loose on $1,500 bail. His name is Neil “Let ’em Walk” Walker. On a list of the witnesses for Let ’em Walk Walker at his 1985 judicial confirmation hearing is none other than the aforementioned felon, Paul Sheehy.

So having Marzilli appear before him was not the judge’s first brush with a bent solon. I called the judicial spokesman to find out if jailbird Sheehy had indeed appeared on behalf of Let ’em Walk Walker.

“No comment,” was the reply.

Sen. Marzilli, just keep your case in front of Let ’em Walk Walker and you’ll be back in the Senate in no time, voting against those proposed harsher penalties for sexual predators. And your moonbat constituents will be cheering you on.
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2 posted on 06/07/2008 10:03:45 PM PDT by raccoonradio
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I was in grad school at BU at the time of Nixon's rout of McGovern. A few of the grad students were talking about it (I was too outnumbered to say anything), and one of them -- a true moonbat before the term existed -- said, "Massachusetts really is the most liberal state . . . but it's also the most corrupt! I just don't understand it . . ." LOL!
3 posted on 06/08/2008 9:28:53 AM PDT by maryz
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Sandy and Happy should root out the “I drink your *milkshake*!!” quote from “There Will Be Blood” and pop it off every time someone talks about Chinese oil rigs in Cuban waters off the Florida coast.

Apparently, the “milkshake” line originally came from congressional testimony during the Teapot Dome oil scandal in the Warren Harding(?) administration.

22 posted on 06/11/2008 2:06:44 PM PDT by ForegoneAlternative (The cost of anything is...)
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