Alec Baldwin Posts Sick ‘Patriotic Fantasy’ About Killing Dick Cheney By Sister Toldjah

And as Expose the Left reports, it was posted on the HuffPo blog, apparently with the blessing of the ‘tolerant leftists’ who run it. Here’s what he wrote:

I offer a patriotic fantasy for all of my fellow Americans today, on this 4th of July. It’s a fantasy, so bear with me. I am in a large apartment complex. I turn a corner, and there are a couple of Muslim men wearing headsets, whispering tersely into the microphone. Suddenly, one man erupts and says, “Where is the car? Where is the car? You fool!” They sprint off down the hall. At that instant, Osama Bin Laden comes out of a door. He is oblivious. I make my move. Bin Laden reacts, but too late. We tumble into his upper floor suite. I have him in my grasp and, conveniently, I spy a box cutter on the table. (Hey…it’s a fantasy.) Osama struggles, swearing at me in his native tongue, until I jam the box cutter into his neck. I do it again. Fading, Bin Laden says (this time in English for my benefit) “Good luck with ‘30 Rock’. I am a big Tina Fey fan.”

I gather up the body of the world’s most notorious terrorist and hurl it over the balcony. Then, in the final stroke of luck, Bin Laden lands on Dick Cheney.

God bless America.

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(Hawkins’ Note: How did I miss this quote? Also, isn’t this exactly the sort of thing that left-wingers make such a big fuss about when Ann Coulter does it? And Baldwin apparently yearns for kind words about his lame show from the world’s foremost terrorists? Really? Furthermore, what do you think really got Alec Baldwin more excited: killing Bin Laden or crushing Dick Cheney with his body? I’m guessing the latter. What a warped mentality some of these libs have.)

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