Saturday, October 24, 2009

Dead Leaves in a Leftist Hate-Storm

This is what passes for Democrats in America today:

Republican Congressman Connie Mack sent out a press release on Sept. 8. His [press aide] received this reply from John Guerra, a reporter for the Key West Citizen in Florida:

“The Republican Party is now a mentally ill group of people who want nothing more than to destroy Obama’s first term no matter how much the country needs his policies. I despise your party’s activities and the hatred you spew on Fox and other sounding boards for the insurance companies. Please don’t you dare get him killed, which is the underlying goal of you right wing nuts.”

Via Big Government, which noted: “We have reached out to Mr. Guerra for his version of events. No comment yet, but we will keep you posted if we hear anything.”

The reporter at Key West Citizen is listed in the staff box as: Education & Social Services: John Guerra

I think that there is a frenzy in the West that is bubbling over the top into genuine madness. It hardly matters what the subject is, George Bush, Dick Cheney, Haliburton, oil companies, Christians, Jews, Israel, Sarah Palin, "global warming," or anything the Left decides to discuss, they scream that they are absolutely right and those who question them are evil. It's a religious frenzy. These people are seriously dangerous now, and they'll become moreso in time. It's a Leftist hate-storm.

There's a reason for it: those who rage in this frenzied state are getting a kick out of it. It makes them feel good. They like the intensity of the emotion. It makes no difference to them that it makes no sense, they aren't in it for sense. They like the thrill of the rage. It's for people who have nothing else, no personalities of their own, no real emotion other than what they can scrape up from others, sentimentality and cynicism. These are empty and sick people. There's one reason we should care:

They are Death hippies getting a lot of normal and decent people killed. That comes with a price-tag. They have to pay for this. They don't get it. but they will. Nothing is free in this life.

It's very hard to love these people, even if they are our own. It wasn't always this way. But today our own are some of the most vile people on Earth. Mabe Jacques Prevert was thinking of collaborators when he wrote the song below, sung by Juliette Greco:

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