Give right-wing nuts a taste not their own? –Robert M. Shelby, 10-2-10.

A little tough truth? They start crying for tact and kindness? These partial-birth abortions who look like adults but never reach spiritual or mental maturity just can’t take much. They yowl like newborn babies! No wonder you can’t discuss facts with ‘em, reality hurts too much. Exposing conceptual disorder or inept thinking causes too much pain, they recoil like the reactionaries they are, yelling talking-points and attacking you for–what? Bad manners! Believe it?

Living on lies,  these ignoramuses would destroy things this country most needs and trample the real majority’s hopes for a sociable future, one not dictated by egocentric richards! They whimper and whine like a tiny girl deprived of Barbie who then complains about being shown her true image in the mirror. She moans, You mean I’m not big enough to play with adults on their level? I want a Singapore Sling, right now! Waw! Give me my own party. Take me to the potty. Tell me how smart and wise I am, Daddy. Don’t tell me I’m a silly child! Look what I did, I set up a lemonade stand and sold eight billion gallons, worldwide, no ice. My lawyer found a way outta my taxes. I flew a fighter jet through flak on lucky technology. See how smart I am? I fired all my dollies and hired India. I just spent two-hundred million bucks to get elected Queen of the May and spin my way out of blame for hiring my own illegal-alien nanny. I’m a hero. Marry me Daddy? Let me drive the whole car and ruin your government? I mean run it.

Not all the red shirted toddlers in the country are worth one Obama. A short while ago, Frank Schaeffer of the New York Times wrote: “We faithful Obama supporters still trust our initial impression of him as a great, good and uniquely qualified man  to lead us. Obama’s steady supporters will be proved right.  [His] critics will be remembered as easily panicked, prematurely discouraged at best and shriveled hate mongers at worst. Not since the days of the rise of fascism in Europe, the Second World War and the Depression has any president faced  more adversity. Not since the Civil War has any president led a more bitterly divided country. Not since the introduction of racial integration has any president faced a more consistently short-sighted and willfully  ignorant opposition — from both  the right — and left.“ [View the full article at: <> ]

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