Skip to comments.New Feature: Dumb Things Libs Say!
Posted on 11/10/2010 3:45:05 AM PST by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
As we all know, Libs say the darnest things be it in blogs, posts, discussions or on TV. So we want you to scour the net and post the dumbest quote you can find from a Liberal/Progressive...or whatever they are calling themselves today!
I'll start the thread with one of the most ridiculous ones I've seen today:
You've seen the video, you know how silly it is:
Are things in our country so bad that it might actually be time for revolution? Dylan Radigan asked yesterday on his MSNBC show. His unequivocal reply: The answer is obviously yes. The only question is, how to do it?
So what kinds of abuses are we obviously going to rise up against? Wrongful wars, corrupt economy, special interest industries, the political system itself, and gerrymandering.
To clear our dire problems may require even more drastic solutions, he said. While introducing his cartoonist guest, Ratigan says those solutions might include violence or at least the threat thereof:
Huh??? This is a productive conversation? I think not. Asinine, yes! Productive? No! Legal? Highly questionable!
So, if a lib line has made you laugh at the absolutely insane audacity of it all...post it, share with us because we want to laugh too!
Should be a feature for ‘smart things libs say’. It would save bandwidth.
Pretty good starter right here...
How inconsistent. Stephen Broden, Corruptocrat Eddie Bernice Johnson's Republican opponent in Texas' 30th district, made similar inferences, saying armed revolution was "on the table" as a solution to a despotic government, and he was roundly condemn from all quarters. I doubt we'll hear a peep from the leftists on this outright call to violence by Ratigan.
Former Terrorist Bernardine Dohrn Smears Tea Partiers As Violent Terrorists
The AP says Boehner is the “weepy speaker-in-waiting”. (Drudge)
Contrast with a President who has no heart or feelings.
MRC has been doing this for years.
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