Friday, February 10, 2006

Libs "Wellstone" King Funeral

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In another classless display of undisciplined immaturity, Liberals used the solemn event of Corretta Scott King's funeral to attack President Bush and promote their delusional leftist ideology. Former president and life long sexual predator, Bill "check this out" Clinton, used the event to promote his automaton political partner, Hillary, as the next president - Lord save us all. The event, which was a FUNERAL, was supposed to honor the life of the woman who quietly and in a very elegant and classy way, carried on in her husband's desire to make America a colorblind nation. Unfortunately, her and Dr. King's efforts have been counteracted by the race baiters and poverty pimps in the Demoncrat party such as Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, etc., using race and poverty as excuses to personally profit off the perpetual failure of others.

The "funeral" also demonstrated the intellectual honesty and classlessness of former president Jimmeh Cahtah, one of the worst presidents ever to walk the halls of the Whitehouse. His call to remember the color of the victims of hurricane Katrina as evidence of an uncaring federal government and that the civil rights movement still has a long way to go, was an abysmal and out right lie and again, an attempt to exploit the tragedy of some for political gain. It has been proven that Katrina victims were not primarily black or poor. The effects of Katrina were proportionately felt across demographic lines and were not, as race baiters like Cahtah would have us believe, primarily leveled at poor blacks.

The whole event was akin to the Wellstone funeral of 2002 where demoncrats went nuts and displayed to the country what the true nature of liberalism is all about; mean spirited, nasty, angry, dishonest and classless. Although many of them claim to be religious people, leftists primary god is their ideology.

So despite their fervent attempts to use polls, twisted facts and out of context anecdotes to justify their self-righteousness, when an event like the King funeral happens, liberals can't help showing their true nature. Again, hate is not an agenda that plays well to the masses.

24 comments:

Mr. Ithurtswhenipee said...

Scud, would you mind letting my friends and family know what would be appropriate at my funeral. I certainly wouldn't want to offend the inevitably diminishing cult of GW's ankle grabbers.

scud said...

I'd be happy to write your service! First I'd think some of your ankle grabbing friends might want to talk about how it might not have "hurt when you peed" had you stayed away from those who enjoyed grabbing their ankles. Then I'd have your family remember fondly the screams of pain heard throughout the house as you attempted to empty your bladder every morning. Next would be your urologist, talking in great length (no not you) as to your many peepee ailments. Finally, an uplifting chorus of Lennon's "Imagine" would be sung by all those in attendance as your ashes are spread into the wind to gently fall on the red light district of whatever fair city you reside.

Bottom line, the service would be about you, not about current political events or to exploit the event as a campaign stop for some 2 bit politician.

I offer my service ideas free of charge!

Mr. Ithurtswhenipee said...

What if my entire adult life was dedicated to making the public aware of political issues?....Like, oh say....Coretta Scott Kings? Would it be okay to mention political issues then? After all, the President was there as a political figure, not because he was a personal friend of her's in any way.

mr. ithurtswhenipee said...

One other thing, I resent your insensitivity to my chronic urinary tract infections. I have suffered for years from a plethora of sexually transmitted diseases as a result of my liberal, secularist lifestyle. However, my medical issues are no laughing matter, dammit. You try establishing a long term relationship when you have festering sores, genital warts, and a urethra that feels like a flamethrower.

scooterlib said...

For you guys who say liberals never agree with anything Bush has to say. I'd like to correct that misconception here and now. After watching Michael Brown testify during the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearings today. I agree wholeheartedly with the president previous evaluation of him. "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job."

Anonymous said...

Here's "clarity" on the King and Wellstone memorial services.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/al-franken/reflections-on-the-wellst_b_15459.html

scud said...

Clarity? From Al "I hate everything conservative" Franken? Sorry, You're drinking the wrong Kool-Aid. I agree with Franken's objection to those who claimed that the Wellstone service was scripted. It was not. But it was an unconscious unveiling of the fanatical cult of liberalism that had previously been buffered and softened by the MSM. When Franken makes a comment like this, "It was the Republicans that tried to cheapen Paul Wellstone's life by dishonoring his death. It was the right-wing media, not the friends and family who spoke at the memorial or the people who came to it, that seized an opportunity to use a tragedy for political gain.", he proves the point that the fanatical liberal cult that has infested the Demoncratic party has lost it's grip on reality.

The Libs have the right, obviously, to act any way they please at a funeral. They just shouldn't be shocked that those of us not in their cult, are offended by their behavior and will continue to speak loudly with our votes at subsequent elections.

lymie77 said...

Right, thanks, I was trying to be open to you flyover losers, but, no, nup, there really is nothing out there, is there, to believe in. You, protected class person, can not imagine what being descriminated against means, or actually working to better humanity. I got mine, screw the rest of you.

Anonymous said...

Scud
I still don't see how eulegising someone who's life's work was the advancement of liberal democracy through grass roots activism is in any way "fanatical". Does the spontaneous exercise of free expression scare you that much? Do these uttered words cause you mental or physical distress? I don't think so, at least I hope not. No, what you hate is the message itself. Which you are free to do. Just don't pretend like you're outraged at the venue in which the "fanatical liberal cult" takes voice. I'm quite certain that at Wayne Lapierre's funeral there will be many people (and rightly so) expressing their appreciation for his work in protecting Our constitutional rights. Why I bet that some speakers may even make a public call to carry on his important work. At which point Scud will only stop clapping long enough to wipe the tears from his eyes.

scud said...

I don't believe that the message of Dr. King was liberalism. In fact, I believe his message was actually more conservative in nature in that he believed in a colorblind society in which character was more important than skin color. You remember that, don't you? That doesn't seem to be the liberal message of today. With race pimps like Sharpton, Jackson, etc. exploiting race as a means to personally profit, while at the same time promoting absurd concepts like reparations, quotas, and excessive government handouts. That is the message from the dems, and it's pathetic. The King funeral became an embarrassment because of the inherent anger within demoncratic politicians. To me, it seemed to be less about her, and more about political grandstanding. But then again, I didn't know her, and don't know her family. Maybe it was just as they had hoped it would be. Either way, like the Wellstone event, it felt inappropriate. I think the majority of Americans have a common sense, gut check regarding events like this. When it feels uncomfortable and awkward, something probably isn't right. I trust the American people more than leftist pundits trying to rationalize odd and inappropriate behavior.

Lymie, I don't understand you at all. I think you are choosing to believe the stereotype created regarding conservatives. We are out there creating a better world, improving humanity, protecting the environment, creating jobs for others, we give more to charities than liberals, and spend a lot less time as economic drains on society. Unlike your prejudiced, and discriminatory opinion, we are quite nice. Sorry to disappoint you.

Anonymous said...

You don't BELIEVE that the message of Dr. King was liberalism, and yet you BELIEVE that the message of GW is one of conservatism????? Amazing!! Maybe you should stop blindly "believing" things, and actually open your biased eyes and see what's before you. I won't hold my breath though.

scud said...

I don't BELIEVE I said that. Bush has frustrated me many times. He is not perfect. But he is light years better than the previous 2 alternatives, and of course better than the sexual preditor in chief, "Hilbilly". I BELIEVE even a cult follower like you apparently are, should be able to recognize that. But if not, it's OK, just continue to live in your little fantasy world, go hug a tree, or put a peace sign on the back of your Suburu; the grown-ups will do what is necessary to enable you to contiue in your fantasy. I BELIEVE you have that right. I also BELIEVE it may be helpful for you to hold your breath.

Anonymous said...

Better watch what you say about being frustrated by Chimpy. He's probably monitoring this, and when he sees what you wrote about him he won't invite you to any of his hand picked town hall style propaganda fests.

Jeff said...

I'm glad to see that DICK Cheney is equally equally incompetent at work and play...

scooterlib said...

I've always been actively involved with local school projects. Pitching in to help out in anyway I can. Things such as assisting with fund raisers to pay for those little extras,like class trips to the Nations Capital. Well it looks like it's going to be a lot harder to raise the money required for this years trip.

In addition to raising the funds necessary to pay for the kids trip. We also have to raise enough to buy body armor for the students, just in case Dick Cheney happens to be in town.

Mr. Ithurtswhenipee said...

Dammit! If "Dead-Eye" Dick Cheney had only served in Vietnam we would've won that war. To bad he's just a coward.

Bob said...

It's just like you hypocritical Libs to make a big deal out of VP Cheney's hunting accident, while turning a blind eye to all the people Klinton murdered.

Anonymous said...

THE PLOT THICKENS....
Not only is Dickhead Cheney a draft dodging coward, but it turns out he's an adulturer as well. What's the chances of the "liberal media" asking the Dickster if he ever had sex with that woman.

Anonymous said...

"while turning a blind eye to all the people Klinton murdered." It would seem the fumes you encountered while sniffing around Rush's Anal Cysts have had an adverse effect on you Boob. You do know of course that Deadeye Dick Cheney was the hit man in all those Klinton murders.

Note to Dick: Alcohol and Guns don't mix.

Will is White said...

The Vice President has every right to seek out a new woman to receive his manliness. After all Lynn Cheney's womb is tainted, having produced a lesbian.

Jeff said...

scud hasn't posted in a while since he accepted an invitation to hunt with DICK Cheney.

Anonymous said...

I don't believe Scud's been shot. It just takes a long time for him to come up with lies, half truths, and misconceptions in order to defend his overlord's incompetence. Be patient. He'll be back making an ass of himself in no time.

WiseGuy said...

Libs don't see a problem Bashing Bush at Corretts Scott's Funeral, because she led a political life? Ok, what about a positive political message at the funeral, ya know...uplifting speech's.
Oh ya... The Republicans did that, nevermind.

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