February 22, 2012

“Leftist caller wishes rape on radio host Dana Loesch”

Sure. But was it rape rape, or, like, rape rape?

And either way, doesn’t their inherent goodness, compassion, intellectual superiority, and demand for “social justice” — born of their having embraced a set of political principles that of necessity, when taken to their natural ends, lead to totalitarianism and a “benevolent” police state — mean that we must first filter their utterances through the holy trinity of postmodernity, contingency, irony, and solidarity, until such time as the utterances are declared clean and righteous and justified, based upon the context of the utterances?

Yeah, that’s what I thought.

Now take your beating like a whore, rightwing scum. You have no one to blame by yourself. And maybe historical materialism. But now we’re just showing off.

Posted by Jeff G. @ 8:54am
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  1. The “caller” was not on the left but was a TROLL!!! paid by the EVIL SATANIC breitbart!!!! to pretend to be one in order to SLANDER!!! the good people who work for PROGRESS and to bring traffic to his SITE OF LIES!!!!!!

  2. we must first filter their utterances through the holy trinity of postmodernity, contingency, irony, and solidarity

    We must first filter their utterances through the holy quartet of postmodernity, contingency, irony, solidarity, and transgression…

    NOBODY EXPECTS…

  3. I’d bet on a troll being paid by the Koch brothers!!11!1!!!

  4. Doesn’t count. Didn’t wish for her to be raped by a chink. There’s lines and then there’s lines….

  5. Posting a cartoon depicting Obama smirking as he leaves the Statue of Liberty in tears: INTOLERABLE!!!!

    Wishing that a conservative woman commentator would actually be raped: Perfectly okay.

    That’s the proglodyte Left in a nutshell.

  6. “Why is she not here when I want to wish violence on her?”

  7. Yeah, but that’s RAAAAACIST!, McGehee.

  8. So with the King’s men:

    His men saw the Americans as low-life “rebels,” not as countrymen, and treated them as such from the moment they came off Lord Howe’s ships onto New York’s Staten Island. As one aristocratic British captain there famously joked, “The fair nymphs of this isle are in wonderful tribulation, as the fresh meat that our men have got here has made them as riotous as satyrs. A girl cannot step into the bushes to pluck a rose without running the most imminent risk of being ravished, and they are so little accustomed to these vigorous methods that they don’t bear them with the proper resignation, and of consequence we have the most entertaining courts-martial every day.”

    Seen it before, we have.

  9. I’ve heard of taking the King’s shilling before, but I had no idea.

  10. Can someone put me some knowledge about the lingo the kids are using these days? (I’d recur to urbandictionary.com, but I’m not done purging the memories from my last sojourn there.)

    “genderqueer”
    “gendered sexual violence”

  11. The problem for the left is that their only men who have the physical strength to force themselves on a woman are iron-pumping gay boys who wouldn’t be able to get it up. They’d have to contract this out to their minority plantation.

  12. Isn’t “gendered sexual” talk from the department of redundancy department? In any case, I curse Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s confessed prudery for the invention of the substitution of a term of language for a term of human nature, so “retardifying” the children. How’z’at for ugly-speak, Ruth?

  13. Yeah, well, English isn’t gendered, so we can repurpose the word to mean something divorced from the actual plumbing.

  14. That’s a good question, di. I’m still grappling with how it is that a bunch of people who are terrified of eating food that isn’t organic can nonetheless insist that Chaz Bono is a man.

  15. What does it mean to speak of sex as divorced(?) somehow from biological necessity? Other than, perhaps, to intentionally commit to absurdity, along the lines of Ionesco, say?

  16. Rape victim explains the difference between rape and transvaginal ultrasounds.

    Also,

    So, let me get this straight: curettes, forceps, suction cannulas OK; ultrasound probes = RAPE!!!!1!!!!one!!

  17. Other than, perhaps, to intentionally commit to absurdity, along the lines of Ionesco, say?

    Funny you should mention that. As a college freshman, I was in a production of The Bald Soprano directed by a student whose emphasis was makeup design, so she put the four leads all in drag. I played Mr. Smith (poorly) in a male wig and a painted-on five o’clock shadow.

  18. Today the radio-news reports a case before the Supreme Court on the subject of a question of law outlawing lying, an hilarious question of legislated truth-telling in a time of legislated “truth-telling”. It (life) don’t hardly get more absurd.

  19. I’m still grappling with how it is that a bunch of people who are terrified of eating food that isn’t organic can nonetheless insist that Chaz Bono is a man.

    As soon as you realize that the only thing that must not be questioned is What Turns Someone On, you’ll understand. And this because orgasm is the closest they come to transcendence.

    Without dropping acid, that is. Do people even do that anymore?

    Further to that point, nobody seems to point out that artificial estrogens that are peed and flushed into our waterways are seriously messing with fish reproduction. The males absorb the hormone and start producing eggs in their testes, plus estrogen damages their disease resistance.

    Furthermore, birth-control pills are not the unalloyed good they’ve been hyped to be, especially not for women. Although I’m not religiously or ideologically opposed to artificial birth control, I find that the authors make some good points in this article, plus provide me with some info I didn’t know before.

    If I marry before menopause, I won’t use The Pill, mostly because one of my sisters did, and it messed with both her head and her system, effectively rendering her infertile (three girls in-vitro).

  20. on the subject of a question of law outlawing lying

    This Real News clip shows S.E. Cupp and some other folks discussing the Stolen Valor case. (I assume that’s what you’re referencing.) They are sympathetic to the outrage over stolen valor but come down on the side of free speechl

  21. very OT: the only change I would request is to have “previous post” and “next post” links at the top of the page (right now they’re at the bottom). I really miss having them.

    On topic: the left has a lot of very ugly people in it, and many of the rest don’t have a problem with that. They are the very bad people who they accuse us of being.

  22. Let’s play Guess the Source

    Now, based on reporting I’ve done for my forthcoming book on the Obama administration, I can fill in a major gap in the narrative—an earlier version of the same memo that includes Romer’s larger option. (A source provided the memo on the condition that he not be named.)

    Now isn’t that a little disparaging to Ms. Romer?

  23. very OT: the only change I would request is to have “previous post” and “next post” links at the top of the page (right now they’re at the bottom).

    They used to be at both top and bottom, and I’d like to have that restored.

  24. Pethokoukis had something up on that also mv.

  25. We should probably be grateful that it never occured to them to make us all millionaires by running the presses at ludicrous speed.

  26. They don’t bother to actually print the money any more, it’s just another 0 on the computer.

  27. And we all know how that worked out for MF Global’s investors

    don’t we.

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  29. And instead of Previous and Next, the post title would be good to have back again.

  30. SDN says February 24, 2012 at 12:52 am

    Yes, that too.

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