Thursday, April 16, 2009

The Family of Conservative-Haters Includes Dave Obey

Ah, the extreme Left. Same hymnbook, and familiar names.

Janet Napolitano (no relation to Benito Mussolini) continues to approve of her Department's report listing anti-abortion activists and military veterans as 'terrorists.'

When I read the report, I was reminded of the Delusional Morris Dees--and sure enough, that name comes up again in an article here.

Without identifying the Southern Poverty Law Center by name, it quotes approvingly from the SPLC's 2006 report that claimed "large numbers of potentially violent neo-Nazis, skinheads, and other white supremacists are now learning the art of warfare in the [U.S.] armed forces."

Oh, but there's another very interesting tidbit. Napolitano (no relation to Jos. Goebbels) used the name McVeigh; apparently that's not a co-incidence.

In a discussion aired March 20 about conservative talk radio's opposition to President Obama's Big Government agenda, the host of Real Time with Bill Maher, pulled a Clinton.

Repeating the former president's smear against conservative talkers, Maher said, "but you know I must say Tim McVeigh in 1995 if you recall, this was the same kind of talking that made him blow up that building."

Now DHS follows the lead of Bill Maher?

And we promised an Obey-ism:

In a blog post entitled "This Is What the Class War Looks Like," prominent Democratic strategist David Sirota, recently got in touch with his inner Marx.

"There is an incredible amount of hate out there right now -- and the most intense of it is coming from those at the top who despise the idea that our society should do something - anything -- to address rampant inequality," said the former press secretary to House Appropriations Committee chairman David Obey (D-Wisconsin).

Well, Dave, aren't you proud of your alumnus?

1 comment:

Huckleberry Dumbell said...

While I would question, "How many is 'many'?", I wouldn't dispute that there are potential skinheads, etc. learning their "trade" in the military. I would, however, also point out that the SPLC should have mentioned that there are probably as many or more "Bloods" and "Crips" learning the art of modern warfare in the military:
For the SPLC to mention one without the other makes their report slanted.