Another Moonbat Calls for Violence Against Republicans
Arianna Huffington recently attacked Roger Ailes of Fox News for permitting Glenn Beck to acknowledge the tens of millions of deaths caused by left-wing statists during the 20th century, on the grounds that it could incite a “killing spree.” Yet her execrable Huffington Post soon afterwards published a piece by David Proletarian, I mean David Bourgeois, echoing the recent call by Roland Martin of CNN for metaphorical violence against those who would stand athwart Comrade Obama’s path to a glorious socialist utopia.
You’ve given it your best shot, you’ve tried numerous times to talk with the Republicans, to negotiate, to meet them halfway on every single matter before the American people. But they hate you for many reasons. It’s time you break kneecaps. It’s time to destroy the Republican Party. They don’t deserve a seat at the table when all they want to do is score political points by being the Party of No.
In case the bold in the original didn’t get the point across, this graphic was included:
Just rhetoric? Sure. But it was more than rhetoric when Obama’s SEIU shock troops sent Ken Gladney to the hospital for protesting plans to nationalize healthcare.
Liberalism is the ideology of the thug. Don’t create wealth; seize it. Don’t come to voluntary, mutually beneficial agreements; decide what you want others to do and force them to do it. Violent words and violent actions are to be expected from progressives, which is why they don’t want the rest of us armed.
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