Monday, February 16, 2009

Alan Colmes, at it again

Well, just when I thought Alan Colmes being off of Fox News would mean I would never see or hear him say anything extremly stupid and hateful again, I was wrong. He said on his LiberalLand blog today that Liberals like himself are rational, bascially implying that Conservatives like me are stupid. What a joke. What's so rational about a man like Colmes saying, "Conservatives would like you to believe that Jesus was the first advocate for the white man and looked like David Duke?" Hey, Alan, would it kill you to look in the mirror and realize that the real Nazis are on the extreme Left of your party, the Democats, the so called "party of tolerance" which is anything but tolerant of people who disagree with them on anything? Need examples? Here's some. In the mind of the Liberal:

1. If you're against gay marriage, you're a homophobe.

2. If you're black and a Conservative, you're considered a traitor to your race.

3. If you disagree with President Barack "Hussein" Obama in anyway, you're a racist nazi.

4. You can't compare Liberals to Nazis, but Liberal can compare Conservatives to Nazis all they like.

These are just a few examples, but I think I make my point. Alan, you'd make a great addition to Countdown with Keith Olbermann on MSNBC because, like you, he hates anybody who disgrees with him.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

I can't wait until Summer is here

I don't know where all the "Global Warming" is lately, but it sure isn't around here in Washington State. All I know is that I can't wait until Summer is here. Lol!

Friday, February 6, 2009

Keith Olbermann vs. Fox News

Keith Olbermann really needs some new material. His "news" show, Countdown has turned into a daily attack on all things, Republican and Conservative, all things Fox News, and anyone he doesn't agree with. He won't even let Conservatives or Republicans on his show. If that isn't an example of hate, then I don't know what is. Sorry, Keith. But naming Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Rubert Murdock, and Brent Bozell "The Worst Person in the World" 500 times doesn't prove anything except that you have an almost sickening obsession with Conservative pundits and talk show hosts.