"Whenever a terrorist goes by, this is what
American Democrats do!"
The Liberal media, which is endlessly sentimental about non-whites, immigrants, and muslims, can scarcely conceal their contempt for the Jewish heritage of Bernard Madoff. Anti-semitism is another example of liberal hypocrisy.
Madoff is under indictment for perpetrating a $50 billion Ponzi scheme that fell apart earlier in 2008. True to form, the Liberal media is literally going out of their way to hype the fact that he is Jewish, playing into old European money-changer stereotypes. Read about it here. [link]
This is only a recent example of Liberal ethnic hypocrisy involving Jews. Read more about it at American Thinker. [link] If Liberals ever had any moral high ground about race, they completely toss it aside with their Islamo-loving anti Semitism.
"Presidential candidate Barack Obama says he's going to quit smoking. Which is good news for Hillary Clinton. Now that he's breathing down her neck, she won't have to worry about second-hand smoke." --Jay Leno
An Iraqi journalist threw his shoe at President Bush in a recent news conference. Displaying a shoe at someone is considered a gross insult in Iraqi culture. For all of the crap they give back at America, I say we should have let the Iraqis rot under Saddam.
The Public Policy Institute, a well known fountain of gushing socialist propaganda, issued the results of their latest so called poll. They say that religion is to blame for the loss of proposition 8 in California. Read about it here at the Associated Press. [link]
I seriously doubt that in the Socialist Republic of California, which voted for Obama by a landside, there are really that many conservative religious persons. I expect that there would be far more East Asian guru religions, Quakers, and Wiccans in Commie-fornia than there would be any Christians. What the Institute is really trying to say is "blame the Christians! Target THEM!" It's so obvious it makes me laugh.
If the poll results are reliable, which is doubtful, why does it matter what voters' reasons were? Who cares? The voice of the majority has spoken. That's what happens in a Democracy. It's time that liberals stop trying to blame lack of support on conspiracy theories about religion supposedly trying to subvert control over the country. It's time that liberals accept the fact that people, religious or otherwise, don't want to be forced into decisions by strong-arm protest-politics.
There is nothing in the constitution that forbids individual citizens. from having religious reasons for their voting choices. Nothing. In fact, somewhere buried in the document that atheists ignore, is a quaint old fashioned little concept called "freedom" of religion.
If the people of California oppose gay marriage, then that's what it is -- no more, no less. Stop whining about religious conspiracy theories and accept the fact that the majority has spoken, regardless of what their reasons are.