Monday, April 7, 2014

The New American Way

Adam Weinstein, a blogger at Gawker, thinks that anyone who is not on board the Climate Change Train should be imprisoned.

Katherine Timpf, a reporter for Camus Reform, was told that a feminist leadership conference was "inclusive" and she was "not welcome here".  

Charles Murray is a white supremacist for holding views on Education that don't fit within the platform of the Texas Democrat Party.

It's anti-free speech to allow people to contribute as much as they want to political campaigns.  

The very people who passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act now want us to forget they ever passed it.

Lois Lerner faces contempt charges for refusing to speak (after already giving testimony, which is what she did when she proclaimed her innocence) on the IRS targeting certain groups.  Mostly conservative groups.

The Anti-Koch Harry Reid funneled thousands upon thousands of dollars, illegally, to his granddaughter.

And there is that California State Senator, champion of gun control, who was, quite possibly, running illegal guns to Chinese Mobsters.

Last, there is that know the one who brilliantly helped create Mozilla Firefox, who was forced to resign because he gave money to Proposition 8 back in 2008.  Proposition 8 was the ballot initiative for traditional marriage in California.  You know who else favored traditional marriage in 2008?  President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton.  

This is the new American Way.  People who are brilliant in their field of business can't have a job because they don't support gay marriage.  If you dare to question the orthodoxy on Climate Change, you should be imprisoned.  The Koch Brothers are evil and trying to buy elections (but please don't pay attention to my illegal funds transfers to my family).  Free speech!!! (Unless that speech comes from people I don't like and supports positions I don't support).  Oh, and citizens should NOT be allowed to own semi-automatic weapons (but, fully automatic weapons and rocket launchers are just fine in the hands of organized crime.)  

Yeah, that's all I have to say.

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