21
Mar
11

teabaggers & professional left unite

Oh boy, I just watched a BBC Panorama program on Libya tonight and there really are no words for how horrific it was. I knew Gaddafi was brutal towards his own people, but I actually had no idea just how brutal he is. There was footage of his thugs slaughtering protestors and of a detention block where the secret police tortured dissenters. And photos of the thousands of ‘disappeared’.

If this is a war, then it’s the most ‘just’ war in my lifetime.

And instead of expressing relief that there is now a united international effort to save these people, all a bitter Dennis Kucinich has to offer is a suggestion that the President be impeached? A suggestion that left the Teabaggers and Professional Left fainting with ecstasy. Not for the first time, those two hate-filled extremes are united.

They put their detestation of President Obama above the lives of those brutalised by Gaddafi?

Truly, it says it all.

And we all know what Kucinich and his Professional Left groupies would have said if the President chose to stay out of this international effort: “You’re abandoning the tortured!”

Pathetic. **** them.


15 Responses to “teabaggers & professional left unite”


  1. 1 CTGirl
    March 21, 2011 at 10:04 pm

    Facts and reality – 2 things missing from the conversation. I must admit that I have had far less stress since I walked away from Huff Puff, CNN and MSNBC… I feel so gooooooood getting my info from the net. Absolutely refreshing!

  2. 2 sherijr
    March 21, 2011 at 10:06 pm

    Agree with you so much Chipsticks on this.. its put me in mind of Rowanda all day today.. and what could very well have happened had the International Community not chosen to come together and deal with this ‘man’ and his willingness to slaughter his own people. He has proven for years and years what he’s capable of.. and he promised/ his son promised they would fight until no citizen was standing, as I recall. I’m not for war.. but I am for protecting human lives from a government and it’s military run amok- promising and proving it will kill it’s own people in order to keep its power.

  3. 3 Tulips
    March 21, 2011 at 10:09 pm

    I don’t understand how they can deny the human lives being lost in libya. it saddens me to think that a human life is not worth protecting,.

    • 4 louc1
      March 21, 2011 at 10:29 pm

      Nothing is more important to them than opposing this President. I am not one to blame everything on racism but this sure smells of it!

  4. 5 Sonjia Duncan
    March 21, 2011 at 10:19 pm

    Since I stopped watching the propaganda garbage I was relieved to know that finally the world community was going to take action to help the people of Libya. Today all of this hate exploding on the net from dems is just as vile as the right wingers. They are not the leaders of this party but the leaders need to step up and show a united front for this country and its involvement to save the people of Libya.

    Someone please tell me why the house is not in session this week?

    • 6 Dorothy Rissman
      March 22, 2011 at 1:29 am

      Sonjia, it is worse than the right wingers. To abandon PBO is a sign of their fear of the small percentage of Obama haters on the left. I am so tired of these “dems” stabbing Obama in the back.

  5. 7 Me4obama
    March 21, 2011 at 10:30 pm

    They are not in session and the media is not questioning them why they are on vacation while we are at “war”. They are a bunch of Lazy a**holes. Kucinich has ruined my whole day today, but karma is a bitch. His district is going to be wiped out in Ohio and I will make sure to pop champaign that day. I will not let him ruin another day so tomorrow I will put on my fighting gloves and punch the gym bag thinking it’s kucinich to release all the stress he has caused me.

    • 8 Theo67
      March 21, 2011 at 10:50 pm

      They’re not in session, but they are all showing up all over the TV and radio to bash the President. Driving home from work today, I heard Rep. Barbara Lee even going so far as to say the President’s actions were unconstitutional! I was so disappointed that these government workers, paid for by tax dollars, are playing these dangerous games. They are not working this week, they haven’t passed a budget, they’ve needed the President to hold their hands to accomplish every worthwhile thing they’ve done – but they somehow think that they are qualified to impeach this President and cast aspersions on his motives and character. Today, I have come very close to feeling hatred for these people.

      • 9 Audrey
        March 22, 2011 at 5:46 am

        It’s shocking Theo! These invisible Democrats that only show up on t.v to bash PBO otherwise they are no where to found the rest of the time!
        The President is working his butt off and these idiots just laze around looking and waiting for the slightest opportunity to scream aha, see he isn’t God and perfect after all!
        Unlike you Theo I crossed the hate threshold a while back and I am so done with all of these idiots Kucinich and Barbara Lee included.

  6. 10 Tulips
    March 21, 2011 at 10:53 pm

    chipstick do you know where i can view that series you watched.

  7. 11 anniebella
    March 21, 2011 at 11:10 pm

    The Tea Baggers and the PL can both go straight to you know where. Or they all can get on the UFO with Kuninch and go back to where the UFO comes from.

  8. 12 barb
    March 22, 2011 at 2:25 am

    They can complain that President Obama is going to Latin America and yet what in the heck are they doing? That’s disgusting. Ole rusty Boehner has worked out the schedule where they hardly work at all. They don’t want to accomplish anything and they certainly can’t think on their own. It like when the teacher(Obama) is out of the school the students(congress) runs out to play.

  9. 13 DoNoHarm
    March 22, 2011 at 8:49 am

    Kucinich’s contact: http://kucinich.house.gov/Contact/Starter.htm
    Shower the guy with emails or phone calls. As MoveOn says, rants and raves closes ears. We’re concerned citizens, concerned Dems., that are looking for unity in the party.

  10. 14 Andogriff
    March 22, 2011 at 11:44 am

    Thanks for the link DoNoHarm, I have just sent the following letter to the dreadful man:

    Mr. Kucinich,

    Your statements on “impeaching” our president for a perfectly legal action are deplorable, and amount to slander. How dare you question his motives and agenda now, especially when he should have those in his own party at his back? I realize your ploy is to try to “primary” him, leaving our country even more divided than it is. I hope that you never get reelected to public office. Making outrageous statements for personal gain is despicable.

  11. 15 tally
    March 22, 2011 at 12:30 pm

    I am with you 100%. FRAK THEM!!


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