The Donks are in tears again. No, not the usual tears of joy that they shed when things go wrong for our military in Iraq, but the tears they shed when they get their collective feelings hurt. Which, as you know, happens between 10-12 times a day for the average liberal.
It was bad enough that Karl Rove whipped their asses at the ballot box last November – granted, having full GOP control of Congress and the White House has proven to be absolutely useless to conservatives – but now he’s gone and pointed out the obvious about the liberals’ response to 9/11. The evil Rove:
“I don’t know about you, but moderation and restraint is not what I felt when I watched the twin towers crumble to the ground, a side of the Pentagon destroyed, and almost 3,000 of our fellow citizens perish in flames and rubble.”
Mr. Rove also said American armed forces overseas were in more jeopardy as a result of remarks last week by Senator Richard J. Durbin, Democrat of Illinois, who compared American mistreatment of detainees to the acts of “Nazis, Soviets in their gulags, or some mad regime – Pol Pot or others.”
“Has there ever been a more revealing moment this year?” Mr. Rove asked. “Let me just put this in fairly simple terms: Al Jazeera now broadcasts the words of Senator Durbin to the Mideast, certainly putting our troops in greater danger. No more needs to be said about the motives of liberals.”
The hilariously predictable reactions from the progressives on the left:
Chuckie Schumer: “In New York, where everyone unified after 9/11, the last thing we need is somebody who seeks to divide us for political purposes.”
Nah, we wouldn’t want to ever divide people for political purposes, now would we, Chuckles?
The Marxist Hag™: “Karl Rove is not just another political operative … He sits in the White House, a few doors down from the president…” [Rumsfeld] should repudiate Rove’s “insulting comments”.
The day that Hitlery becomes our national moral compass for political commentary, we’re all doomed.
Harry Reid: Rove should apologize or resign – adds that Bush should “condemn Karl Rove’s desperate and divisive attempt to help the Republicans regain their political footing.”
Harry, just as soon as you and Dick Durbin apologize, we’ll take your comments into account. Until then, to quote Chris Farley, shut your big fat yapper!
John “Mr. Irrelevant” Querry: “Don’t dare question the patriotism of Americans who offer a better direction.”
How dare we question Kerry’s patriotism! Righteous indignation! Indeed! You’d think they would have dropped this act when it got their asses kicked last November. They never learn.
Hopefully, Rove will not backtrack and cave on his comments. It’s refreshing to hear some actual straight talk coming out of someone in the GOP. Let’s face it, the only good thing to come out of 9/11 was that liberalism was dead and buried for a few months. It didn’t take long for the usual suspects on the left to start showing their hatred for America by trying to “understand” those who killed 3,000+ of us, but for a few short months, brutal reality trumped the mental illness of the left. It’s too bad it couldn’t last. Maybe this will help: