If you don’t like the Ruling Class, you must be a hater … [Darleen Click]
Funny how the Fourth Branch of Big Government now feels so comfortable with its labeling …
Haters gonna hate. But they plan to vote Republican.
Meet the haters.
We’re talking about the voters who’ve had it with all Washington politicians: President Obama, congressional Republicans and congressional Democrats. Despite their distaste for, well, everyone, when push comes to shove, these voters are lining up squarely behind GOP candidates for Congress.
The un-ironic use of the term “hater” used to apply to actual haters, like KKK members or Islamist terrorists or Martin Bashir.
But in the last decade or so, it has spread out like an aggressive fungus to encompass all manner of people who have the audacity to dissent from the Left’s diktats on policy or cultural issues.
This wasn’t just a casual reference by a lazy journalist. Not only did the paper of the political elite produce tables and graphics with the “Haters” label; they wrote an entire article about how “Haters Gonna Hate.”
It truly boggles my mind to think that this is the label it intentionally and thoughtfully chose. [...]
What troubles me more than the performance of Congress, though, is how the Washington Post came up with the designation of Haters. Was it an unconscious mistake or a deliberate attempt to stigmatize those who don’t share the political class worldview?
I’m not boggled. It is definitely the latter.
Obama, the empty suit who acquired residency at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave because the major news media like WaPo shoved him there, are still loath to hold him accountable for any of the disasters of his making of the last five years. What is evident is the pivoting towards the 2014 elections to take up where the IRS left off … suppressing dissent by targeting the dissenters. And they are not afraid to be open about it.
It is going to get worse.Tags: fascism, haters, leftism, washington post