Tuesday, November 16, 2004

November 15, 2004 - Liberal Ideology Effect

Today's Commentary: November 15th, 2004

Hello Thinkers!

As I write this, I am deep inside the recently renovated tuffbeingright bunker, far behind the enemy lines in the blue People's Republic of MA. As the early snow falls from the November sky, we are at B minus 9 days - where B can stand for baby, boy or bedlam, take your pick. We are also at W plus ten days - where W can stand for win, whoppin', or just plain W.

As I listen, off in the distance that's not the surf I am hearing - it is wailing and the gnashing of teeth. I sometimes wonder if describing my residence as a bunker behind enemy lines is a bit excessive or even paranoid. Quite possibly - but then I look at what the left is writing and saying and decide that I'm as sound as a pound, baby. In fact, I'm starting to think that liberalism could in fact be described as a mental health "issue". It could go by the nomenclature Liberal Ideology Effect, or LIE. Some of the symptoms of this condition appear to be excessive post-election depression, accompanied by irrational behavior, delusional arrogance, vertigo, fainting, violent tendencies and even death.

This may sound a bit harsh, especially in the climate of reconciliation that even Johnny Hair has implored us to create. However, I will submit to the Court of Thinkers the following evidence. You will have to decide for yourself if the minions of the left are suffering from LIE.

Lets examine the first symptom of LIE, post-election depression accompanied by irrational behavior. Now, would I be a bit depressed if my candidate lost? Sure, but life - if not liberty, would go on. I would not however consider emigrating, seeking professional therapy, or promote state secession. A new battle would be at most 4 years away and despite the periodic cynical nature of my prose, I consider myself an optimist. However, some actions appear to be the initial manifestations of mild cases of LIE. In Boca Raton, trauma specialists have to date, treated 15 ailing Kerry supporters with 'intense hypnotherapy'. The afflicted were observed "threatening to leave the country or staring listlessly into space. They were emotionally paralyzed, shocked and devastated." The Boca Raton therapists have used the term 'post-election trauma', probably because the designation 'sucker-cha-ching' was already trademarked by John Edwards, LLP. To me, it sounds like LIE.


A popular idea among the ailing is the idea of blue state secession. It appears to some that the blue states can get by just fine without the red states. Sure they would take the northeast, California, Washington and Oregon and a few refueling stops in fly-over country. However, what I believe would be more appropriate would be the secession of the blue counties. This way the super-genius liberals could be sure they weren't hindered by any knuckle draggers as they create their socialist nirvana. Hopefully they are not claustrophobic, because blue space for them would be at a premium.


The next major symptom of LIE, delusional arrogance, seems to be especially rampant in the blue state centric print media. Writers such as Maureen Dowd have been on a personal jihad - convinced that the red state morons are not worthy to clean her shoes. Finding op-eds that describe conservatives as, at best misinformed and more commonly greedy, homophobic, troglodytes are not hard to find. But 59 million of us are also suffering slings and arrows from across the pond too. In one of the most disgusting displays of unbridled arrogance, the UK's Register has published a letter to the "Red-State Victors", from what must be a whining Kerry supporter in the US:

"President Kerry would have helped us to help you, which is all that we ask. It pains us to see you in wage slavery. It pains us to see you so ignorant and uneducated, and so eager to place yourselves in bondage. Yes, we live better; but we wish you to live better too, even if it means sacrifice on our part."

it gets better:

"We should let you rot. We should secede and leave you to fend for yourselves. Then you will see firsthand just how dependent you are. We are sick of fighting for you by fighting against you."

I highly suggest you follow this link and read this open letter in its entirety:


Well gitchi gitchi ya ya da da - I get it now! I am an idiot because I didn't believe John Edward's claim that electing Kerry/Edwards would definitely cure paralysis and other ailments within a few short years.

While this was a letter from and to US citizens, I am certain it did not break the Registers heart to print it. Location probably influences to some degree the true opinion of the Europeans. Their perception of America likely varies depending on whether they are from a part of Europe who's ass we saved or a part of Europe who's ass we kicked.

The warning signs of LIE get more ominous with progression of the imbalance. As impossible as it may seem, fainting and vertigo have hit the brave, selfless souls in the acting community. The NY Post's Page Six recently reported:

November 11, 2004 -- VINCENT D'Onofrio, the star of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," passed out while shooting the hit TV series yesterday morning — prompting insiders to gossip that the actor is "losing it."

Hmmm. Sounds like an advanced case of LIE. Lets read on:

D'Onofrio, a big Kerry supporter, was said to be devastated over President Bush's re-election. "When PAGE SIX wrote about 'Law & Order' putting up signs forbidding political discussions on set, it was funny," our source said. "Those signs were put up because of [D'Onofrio]."


As this ailment progresses, the manifestations make arrogance and fainting seem like childs play. As LIE victims approach terminal stages, violent tendencies emerge. For your consideration:


Also, the Democratic Underground was buzzing with talks of large scale riots if Bush "stole" another election. Check out some posts from DU patrons "T Wolf" and "colonel odis."

T Wolf Tue Nov-02-04 11:00 AM
I feel that it would be better to take down the entire farce that used to be America if it is so far gone as to be unrecognizable, and unendurable.


colonel odis Tue Nov-02-04 11:34 AM
there aren't enough cops or soldiers in this land to stop a couple million pissed off democrats who decide to descend on washington

but if the republicans have any ambition of being a party in the next 10-15 years, they may want to step aside this time and rebuild their party. otherwise, it will probably be open season --literally and figuratively -- on republicans.


Some open minded liberals are dispensing with the formality of riots and are promoting immediate implementation of extermination. Observe clips from this post on billmaher.com from "moulty":

At this point in time, would it be morally defensible to apply a "final solution" to republicans?

Is it now morally excusable to organize midnight raids on republican groups in the red states and "terminate" them with extreme prejudice?

Watching Bush's acceptance speech on wednesday, with the Cheney's on stage as well....who would not have liked to see a bomb go off under the stage and wipe out the whole despicable slimy lot of them? And hopefully the shrapnel would have gone to the second deck and blown Mary Matalin's head off as well.


So much for the "Party of Ideas."

Finally, LIE can apparently result in death. After Kerrys concession speech, a supporter from Georgia drove to Ground Zero in NYC with a shotgun and committed suicide.


In a very real sense, this man personifies the post-Clinton democratic party elite. Their brains are about 8 feet behind them and they are approaching room temperature. The proof? They are convinced that the party just isn't left enough for America. The names being tossed around to replace Terry McAuliffe are: Howard Dean, Donna Brazille, Harold Ickes and others that clearly appeal to mainstream America.


Sweeeet. Whoever had that idea, well I'd like to shake their hand, just so long as they wash it first.


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