Thursday, January 7, 2016

Quickies: Incredible Surprises Dept.

     I’ve said repeatedly that character trumps all, because a man of good character will recognize his mistakes, admit to them, and strive earnestly to correct them. But not everyone feels that way:

     The View’s Joy Behar on Tuesday insisted that, regardless of whether Bill Clinton raped a woman or Ted Kennedy drowned someone, she would vote for these liberal politicians. Behar and her fellow co-hosts were discussing how Clinton’s past would impact his wife. She justified, “Republicans have voted against the Violence Against Women Act. Now, that to me, is more important than anything that Bill Clinton did or didn't do because it's what [Hillary's] going to vote for.”

     This came after co-host Paula Faris reminded, “Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey. They say that he [Clinton] either exposed himself to them, raped them or groped them.” Behar conceded, “He is a dog. Let’s face it.” She later declared, “But I still will vote for Bill Clinton because he votes in my favor.”

     The message to left-leaning politicians, themselves normally devoid of character – how can you claim to have morals of any sort if you believe that it’s perfectly all right for Smith to steal from Jones as long as he does it through government? – is quite clear:

“Liberals” and “progressives” will let you get away with anything as long as you “vote in their favor.”

     Abuse of power? Check.
     Sexual assault? Check.
     Rape? Check.
     Murder by indirection? Check.
     Murder by decree? Check.

     It’s all just fine, as long as you keep the teats of the welfare state nice and fat and never, ever infringe on “abortion rights.” Oh, free birth control would be nice, too.

     Maybe it’s just leftish women. All their opinions come from their pudenda. After all, they protected a pro-abortion Republican Senator until they didn’t need him any longer.

     Half the human race gives every indication of being homicidally insane. Watch your step. Always go armed. And cross only at the crosswalk.

1 comment:

Phelan Kell said...

Ted Kennedy, you? Well, that would be an improvement. Democrats electing the dead instead of using them to vote. I mean, how many pieces of bad legislation could a dead Kennedy write?