Apr 17 2011

Far Left: A Stupid & Crude March To Extinction

Published by at 10:12 am under All General Discussions

This week, and especially this weekend, has been a watershed moment in politics. The left’s unhinged reactions to losing support have created a disturbance in the political waters which is unmistakable. The morons on the left who have called for civility in political discourde apparently were talking to their mirrors, as events in Madison, Wisconsin showed by the reactions of insecure, thick headed union males to an American mother from the middle class of Main Street:

The TV cameras showing the speech caught little of this phalanx of thugs that we had to walk through. Middle fingers flew and the trendy talking point insult of “Koch Suckers!” was everywhere. Sarah Palin was called names that made me wonder if Bill Maher was writing for this mob. Apparently, women-hating sexual mockery is acceptable if directed at the right, even if that woman’s children are present.

If videos of these Neanderthals gets out, kiss the left goodbye. Hopefully someone has this on tape, so America can see and reject the mental midgets now inhabiting the far left. The fact the left is so afraid of Palin and her message is not a sign of solidarity on their part. It exposes a deep insecurity and fear – one that is laughable to witness. Chivalry is not dead. When a mob of drooling morons attacks a mother and her children, the American people NEVER side with the morons. Get a clue left. You may be feeding your inner, whiny 2 year old – but you are also losing the battle for the American voter.

The truth is the moronic acts of the left have done more to solidify the rest of the nation in opposition than they could ever imagine (simply because imagination is a bridge too far for many lefties). In a companion piece at AT I could not help but stop at the line below:

Using “extreme” is an extreme tactic on the part of Democrats. And a dumb one, guaranteed to galvanize the TPM into a stronger and more determined effort. One might ask: How could Democrats be so brazenly stupid as to think the tactic will be widely successful, particularly with independents?

Well, as fans of genetics they should understand what the true source of this stupidity is – its in their DNA. Imagine if this generation’s evolutionary losers where those who demonstrate no self-control and devolved into brutality and intimidation as their answer to society? It’s not the first time in history the losers went on a mindless, brutal rampage to try and stop the world from leaving them behind. In fact, it happens all the time in varying degrees. As the left devolves, the center and right unite more and more in common cause.

The faux intellectual Paul Krugman whinged recently that civility was the last refuge of scoundrels. As if to ignore the fact his and his ‘movements’ transition into the gutter was somehow not the last refuge of a dying breed. Did I say this was all laughable?

Why is the left apoplectic right now? Deep down inside they understand what is happening. This kind of brutal anger that only comes out when invoked by a deep desperation. The root cause of all this angst is the realization their time is over, and a new paradigm is in ascendancy. What form that paradigm will take is still being discovered, but more and more it being driven by the realization it must be anything OTHER than what the left has sunk to. Rejection is hard to take, and some respond with the middle finger and a lot of blaming everyone else but themselves. And of course, there is a lot of denial and trying to shut out reality, pretend it does not exist.

Not to mention the real last refuge of the losers is believing all this is because the losers are sctually superior human beings in mind and morals! The White Knights ride in the imagination of the defeated.

Toxic acts do not create followings, they create failure, demise and then extinction. When you poison your environment with your own toxins, evolution’s solution is simple. Natural selection selects those who demonstrate the ability to conform to their environment, succeed in the changing future and successfully nurture the next generation. It’s pretty clear the vile left is not working well with others and building a brave new future. Just the opposite.

Update: Seems Breitbart has the goods on the nasty left – content and language warning. These morons are truly emotionally challenged. It is easy to understand how these ‘people’ are going to be challenged to make the evolutionary cut in the modern world.

13 responses so far

13 Responses to “Far Left: A Stupid & Crude March To Extinction”

  1. AJStrata says:

    Thanks Trent. I am still holding out hope someone was near Palin when she ran the gauntlet…

  2. MerlinOS2 says:

    That old, angry union rhetoric

    That really is outrageous. But watching the usual suspects take on the injustice of it all in their usual fashion felt a lot like watching Snooki in “Jersey Shore.’’ Stereotypes make entertaining TV, but they don’t always get action or respect.

    These rally attendees didn’t. According to a press release, the gathering was supposed to take place at 1 International Place, directly outside the office towers housing Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, and Deutsche Bank, and near the offices of State Street and Barclays. But because of a permitting issue, it moved away from the targets of protest and ended up in that sliver of still-unrealized potential that Boston calls the Greenway. Some people gazed curiously out of office windows and an occasional horn honked in support, but this was not your grandfather’s rousing union rally.

    One Boston city councilor, Felix Arroyo, was in the crowd. US Representative Stephen Lynch, a longtime member of Iron Workers Local 7, sent regrets from Washington, where he and the rest of the Bay State delegation were voting on the federal budget. But Lynch was probably in no great rush to get to the kind of setting that embroiled US Representative Michael Capuano in controversy recently, when he urged union protesters to “get a little bloody.’’

  3. MerlinOS2 says:

    At link above

    But if labor continues to play the role of spoiled child who throws a tantrum when things don’t go his way, it will be hard for the public to see the sympathetic side of the union story. It shows a blindness to how much debate has changed. The fact that DeLeo, a longtime union ally, sees political benefit in a proposal that enrages labor is as telling as it gets.

  4. MerlinOS2 says:

    Every decision he has made has guaranteed that it will delay or worsen the recovery. There are some beginning signs of very weak and anemic recovery happening despite the government not because of it.

    As far as the house price drops,yes that hurts, but it is a must happen correction from a bubble built almost entirely on failed government policies and demands.

    Clearly the left only has the ability to even exist if they can build expanded union government and a base of entitlement takers to buy votes from.

    If the unions have to start to give back some of the excessive gains that are unsupportable and have the unionized government workers at least contribute some small portion to their own retirements and health care and at the same time is required to fix their massive underfunding of the pension plans they have so long managed they will not have the massive funding ability to get the best government they can buy to negotiate with in a clear conflict of interest. Once that starts unions will lose favor as they become seen as less of a force and more and more as a weak sister that only begs for money and doesn’t really produce their worth for what they are taking.

    At the high end they risk pushing to give nothing and end up being removed from the government sector where they never should have been placed to begin with.

    Read more: http://nanosecondinv.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=gensocialism&action=display&thread=18898#ixzz1JnpuuDhn

  5. I’ll put myself on record as absolutely loving Sarah Palin as a candidate.

    If she does become the candidate though, I suspect that it will be in spite of a GOP “leadership” that recoils in horror of anyone committing the unforgivable sin of being distinguishable from a democrat.

    (That enough italics for ya? 🙂 )

  6. Duplicate comment detected; it looks as though you’ve already said that!

    I did indeed; I hit the “Submit Comment” button an extra time because my machine didn’t seem to respond.

    While conjuring up that comment, it went into liberal democrat mode and began installing updates (“Just be patient Paul; I know what’s best for you.”).

    While I don’t believe that computers are truly ready to take over just yet, apparently they feel otherwise. 🙁

  7. WWS says:

    I’m beginning to think that we need a constitutional amendment banning public employee unions.

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  9. lurker9876 says:

    So the stock market is tanking based on some negative numbers?

  10. crosspatch says:

    It seems that some recall petitions were circulated against Wisconsin fleebaggers. It was announced that the minimum number of signatures had been obtained. Then the offices were broken into and the petitions and computers stolen.


  11. lurker9876 says:

    That’s real nice of them, huh? Much like the fire of the warehouse in Houston last fall, right?

    I did read that they still had enough signatures even with this break in and stealing of the petitions.

    After this, I’m sure they would’ve learned to make copies of everything AND store the originals at an unknown place, right?

  12. lurker9876 says:


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