Every now and then, I like to take a peek at some of the right wing blogs to see what kind of insightful observations they have about the world. Today, in addition to reading about Touchstone’s futile attempt to discuss an issue with the Rushbots of Montana, I happened to come across this gem, linked from Michelle Malkin’s hate site.
Discussing an article in The Olympian about anti anti-war protest criticizing the deployment of military equipment bound for Iraq, some thoughtful members and posters of rightwing blogs offered these thoughts:
It’s time to realize that there is a difference between protest and sedition.
Too bad the cops only had Pepper Spray – it looks like a couple of those smelly hippies could have used a good shampoo – wood shampoo that is… 😀
That is a sure sign of retardation since anyone who works and pays taxes knows their ‘federal’ tax load has been reduced by massive amounts. Not true in the states that are ran by the criminal party of moonbats
Blocking a convoy that’s trying to protect my freedom is not protesting, it’s treason.
Why did the convoys stop? Those vehicles can climb rocks; A few squishy bodies are no trouble.
I also like the idea of the protestors burning themselves like Vietnamese monks. I’ll bring the marshmellows.
I know I discuss this issue periodically, but at what point do we start to worry about these people and the things they say? I know they are largely disaffected angry cowards sitting behind their keyboards smugly downloading copies of Rush Limbaugh and Bill O’Reilly, but in this political climate, they have a voice; they’re not marginalized as they should be. The convergence of one party rule, manufactured fear, angry, disaffected middle class whites, and a potential economic crisis brought on by excessive borrowing doesn’t exactly have much of a track record historically.
Yeah, that is what I am talking about.