Wednesday, August 18, 2010


Liberal Fascism, Liberal Hypocrisy

The idiot left's "contributions" to the Ground Zero Victory Mosque debate hit new lows today on two fronts.

First Nancy Pelosi, "who thinks the opinion of 70 percent of Americans was bought and paid for by nefarious PAC money from the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy," calls for an investigation of those opposing the Victory Mosque's proposed location.

Drew M:
Political opposition to a building project? Threat to religious freedom. Government harassment of political opponents? Just another day at the office for Democrats. Somebody should write a book. Maybe call it, "Liberal Fascism" or something.
Hugh Hewitt dishes up a scathing rebuke of the despicable Pelosi, and points out this aspect the idiot left's hypocrisy:
John Schroeder at Article VI Blog has noted the extreme venom that has marked the attack on mosque opponents, but he should add that those who are now quick to hurl the charge of "bigot" were either participants in or silent during the outpouring of anti-Mormon bigotry during campaign 2008.
Then the idiots decide that, even as Imam Obama has his Pointyfinger of Accusation perpetually aimed at George W. Bush, only the hated Hitlerian One can defend Obama's gross contempt for the American people.
There's a new argument emerging among supporters of the Ground Zero mosque. Distressed by President Obama's waffling on the issue, they're calling on former President George W. Bush to announce his support for the project, because in this case Bush understands better than Obama the connection between the war on terror and the larger question of America's relationship with Islam. It's an extraordinary change of position for commentators who long argued that Bush had done grievous harm to America's image in the Muslim world and that Obama represented a fresh start for the United States. Nevertheless, they are now seeing a different side of the former president.
Yes. That would be the side that protected the dignity of the Office of the President by staying above the fray, which he will no doubt continue to do.

Whereas Obama continues to sink under the weight of his radical ideology, which he can no longer hide from the American people.

Meanwhile, Scott Johnson joins the crowd, confesses to Speaker Pelosi.

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