OUTRAGE: MSNBC may have an anti-conservative bias!
I mean, a leftist “news” organization dedicated almost solely to its smallish progressive viewer base (and I suppose at least a few of those pragmatic conservatives who would invite Joe Scarborough to speak at a conference on the future of conservatism) declaring in advance that the wingnuts, with their knuckledragging flyover “values,” would protest or violently denounce a SuperBowl cereal ad featuring a bi-racial couple because, well, conservatives hate them the darkies and the race traitors who would lie with such mongrels?
Look: the left projects. They are the party that vehemently defends the ideological progeny of Margaret Sanger; that institutes economic policy that keeps lower-skilled workers and many minorities stuck like lifelong infants to the government’s milkmaidish tits; that is constantly on the look out for racist “dog whistles” from the right while without a trace of irony clapping themselves on the back for finding a “clean, articulate” half black socialist faux intellectual to prop up for President.
In other words, yeah, the left thinks everyone who doesn’t follow progressive orthodoxy and the Balkanizing machinery of ethnic identity politics — that is, those who don’t see color and so see no need to champion any particular shade of it, taking the approach instead that it is the individual who needs championing — is racist, sexist, xenophobic, homophobic, nativist, and, naturally, a potential domestic terrorist.
Here’s an idea: let’s stop bitching about these assholes and showing our butthurt over being called racists by electing representatives in “our” party who don’t fear these kinds of attacks and would be happy to take them head on and humiliate the collectivist rubbishbins who peddle this crap by laughing at them, then showing how far the left has gone to trivialize the very idea of racism, even as they themselves routinely presume to speak on behalf of ethnic minorities who they have somehow claimed ownership over.
Otherwise, what’s the point? I feel like the country has been frozen in time, and the United States has become one big Jr High School.
Grow up. And grow a set. For Chrissakes.