I want to thank Ed for keeping my attention focused on the decerebrate irony kings at Stop the ACLU, right after I punch him in the face for providing this service. Today, one of their intrepid columnists has posted a complaint about an upcoming TV docudrama, “Death of a President,” that depicts the assassination of George W. Bush.
“The fringe moonbats will be flocking to see this,” the writer assures us. “It’s a liberal’s wet dream,” asserts another scholarly critic, who takes issue with the liberal media’s “pentiant [sic] for gutter mouth commentary” and rambles about fevered swamps and horse heads in bed.
Well, let’s see: Can anyone think of a motion picture released in recent years that depicted the fictional and extremely violent execution of a well-known figure that millions and millions of deluded nutballs paid to see? I can. What was the name of that flick again?
The first comment would be hilarious were it not so telling: The guy claims that liberals want nothing more than to kill all Rebuplican politicans and bloggers, then brags about his gun ownership. Read this post on his blog and ask yourself if you’d be comfortable living next to such a goonlike organism if you knew it was armed.