Category Archives: Moonbats

Of course: Pro-abortion progressives condemn Tsarnaev death sentence

The “progressive” idea of “right to life” is indeed selective and twisted.

Example #1:

Example #2:

Something to behold, isn’t it? The only people in Progressive-Land who don’t deserve protections from being deprived of life are the people we know are innocent of any crimes 100 percent of the time.

Great comment on a post over at Michelle’s:

If you want to have some fun…

Run your #BlackLivesMatter poster down by your local abortion clinic.

Hopefully that catches on.

Not The Onion: Good parenting is unfair to kids with crappy parents, or something

Driving home from the dentist earlier I heard Rush mention this bit of predictable progressive hilarity that’s no doubt coming to the U.S. before too long (if it isn’t here already).

Behold:

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No, seriously, that’s not from The Onion — it’s a story from ABC Radio, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

This pullquote running with the article is progressive gold:

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Remember, only by ensuring that our kids are helpless dipshit wards of the state can we truly have equality for the children!

Now Michael Moore likes the 2nd Amendment? I’m confused

We all know that world class hypocrite Michael Moore hates an armed citizenry almost as much as he can’t stand it when the pizza delivery guy shows up a few minutes after the estimated time he was given, but he seems to have done a 180 here and probably doesn’t know it:

So Moore has gone from “Americans own guns because of racist fears” to “we don’t need racist cops carrying guns because citizens can protect themselves” in a couple short years.

If Moore ever has a problem and calls the police, I hope they really take their f*#king time getting there.

If you need counseling for your ‘climate change’ grief, this eco-nut has you covered

Australia rivals the U.S. in the number of agenda-driven climate change alarmist nutcases roaming the countryside, as Celeste Young, “Collaborative Research Fellow, Centre for Strategic Economic Studies” at Victoria University, demonstrates:

Celeste Young – “a sustainability/climate change professional who works as a communication and operational specialist with a particular interest in innovation and the use of creative and business processes” – asks:

How can we help people and communities work through the climate grieving process?

One of Celeste’s excellent grief-coping suggestions:

Another way to help people accept these changes is through cultural activities that support the expression of grief. In Australia, local government, community, and the arts sector have led in this area. Storytelling is often used as it provides a structured and often empowering way of expressing difficult emotions.

Readers are invited to work through the climate grieving process by telling their stories in comments. Preferably these stories will involve jets, cars, motorcycles, mining, fracking, building, land clearing and other proven grief-recovery methods.

The “grieving process” we should be facilitating is forcing these kooks to watch their government grants dry up as fast as possible.

(h/t Twitchy)

Rolling Stone keeps its foot on the throat of credibility: Imagine a world without police

Is there anything more pitiful than La-La-Land progressivism?

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Six reasons that could lead to a “cop free world” are listed. Not surprisingly, they totally ignored encouraging people to exercise their 2nd Amendment rights by being properly trained to defend themselves and others if necessary. People who can defend themselves do not always need to rely on the police, but Rolling Stone skipped that fairly large point.

It’s probably for the best though, because when RS tries to talk about guns they embarrass themselves horribly — and they already have enough of a problem on the credibility front.

Hamptons police blotter: Alec Baldwin not having a relaxing weekend

Reading on the “Alec Baldwin Crazy-Meter” this weekend: 9.8:

In May, Baldwin was arrested in NYC for “biking while a douchebag,” but now he’s obviously moved on to befriending the Hamptons cops:

Nice to see that Baldwin’s many previous anger issues have caused him to learn to keep his temper under control.

Idiotic Quote of the Week: There’s Plenty of Money, Problem is the Government Doesn’t Have It

Lefties are salivating over the prospect of a bill with a fittingly commie-sounding name: The “Inclusive Prosperity Act.” The bill would impose a tax on the trading of stocks, bonds and derivatives and is really, incredibly, horribly stupid. Which is why people like Rep. Keith Ellison support it as a way of funneling more money to the government:

“People like, George Soros, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Paul Krugman, Joe Stiglitz, Jeffrey Sax, Dean Baker, Robert Poland, Larry Summers have said they all support a transaction tax,” Ellison said.

“The bottom line is we’re not broke, there’s plenty of money, it’s just the government doesn’t have it,” Ellison continued, “The government has a right, the government and the people of the United States have a right to run the programs of the United States. Health, welfare, housing – all these things.”

Well, if Krugman supports it, it’s definitely a bad idea.

Capitalist-socialist hypocrites like Soros pitch this idea like it’s a “one percent” thing, but over half of Americans have money in the stock market. Just what we need, another tax on working America just because Keith Ellison and the rest of the tax and spenders need more and more to satisfy their crack-addict style addictions.

It’s just a matter of time before people like Ellison are opening calling for the government to raid savings accounts (he’ll refer to it as “involuntary FDIC premium payments” or something like that).

Michelle Obama vs. Heckler

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“Boy, that escalated quickly…”

The other day a Code Pink regular interrupted President Obama’s national insecurity speech and POTUS talked his way through it. Michelle Obama, however, isn’t quite as patient with hecklers:

First lady Michelle Obama experienced a rare face-to-face encounter with a protester late Tuesday – approaching the activist and threatening to leave a fundraiser if the person did not stop interrupting her speech.

Obama was addressing a Democratic Party fundraiser in a private Kalorama home in Northwest Washington when Ellen Sturtz, 56, a lesbian activist, interrupted her remarks to demand that President Obama sign an anti-discrimination executive order.

Obama showed her displeasure – pausing to confront Sturtz eye to eye, according to witnesses.

“One of the things that I don’t do well is this,” she said to applause from most of the guests, according to a White House transcript. “Do you understand?”

A pool report from a reporter in the room said Obama “left the lectern and moved over to the protester.” The pool report quoted Obama as saying: “Listen to me or you can take the mic, but I’m leaving. You all decide. You have one choice.”

FLOTUS got the heckler to leave after threatening to lecture her about a healthy diet and exercise.

Funny how these well known rabble-rousing activists keep managing to slip into these events, isn’t it?

Here’s audio, though you can’t hear the part where Michelle threatened to leave:

The official White House transcript did include the heckler’s comments but did not include FLOTUS’s threat to “walk off this mother*#ker” — of course I’m paraphrasing.