2011/02/14

Step Right Up

I love the internet. I can now, in mere seconds, become aware of the whining of some wanker who's mad because other people don't think/act exactly likes he thinks they should. While you might think this would be a bad thing, I like because it lets me mock people.

Today's winner is one each Kevin McCullough. He writes books, and he got his panties in a wad about CPAC. In his mind, there's only one way to be a conservative. All these nasty unconservative people showed up at CPAC and made a mockery of what CPAC should be.

Instead, being a disrespectful libertarian, I'm just going to point and laugh at the silly man. Hell, disrespect of people that are unacquainted with the concept of liberty is pretty much what we're all about, and I've got buckets of disrespect handy to sling around. But, hell, what does he expect of "the worst form of political affiliation in the nation"? Manners?

I'd like to point out a few facts to Mr. McCullough. It isn't libertarians who shredded the Constitution to chase executive power and justify whatever crack-addled legislative scheme was briefly popular. It wasn't libertarians who kept expanding social welfare programs and the DOD budget. It wasn't libertarians who eviscerated federalism. I don't recall us agitating to sell out our grandkids for benefits now. Every major problem the country faces right now was brought about with the active complicity or passive collusion of the GOP he thinks, against all evidence, is conservative. Yet, somehow, libertarians are the problem.

I only have one question for Mr. McCullough: When the causes you champion and the politicians you support get crushed at the ballot box, will you blame all the disrespectful libertarians then?

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Blogger Ted Amadeus said...

The globe-policing, Viagra-for-grandad-pogrom mongering neo-cons never fail to amuse.
As they are even more into the BanKhazar-felatio mode than the Donks, look for the Palin kike/similarly unminded Rockefeller type to get the nod from the GOPher hierarchy.
CPAC is political theater: All the anti-0bamacare rhetoric notwithstanding, there are too many of Rom 8:31 What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us? No one, no one. NO ONE! Stand boldly on God's word today be upper-crust Papists in health insurance & keep-the-marks-coming-back quack industries counting on this phat government gimme/sinecure.

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