Sunday, March 06, 2005

What Liberals Think About Democracy

Time for another public service message about Liberals. In order for normal people to know how to talk to Liberals, if you really must (Anne Coulter) we must try to understand how they think. That is a challenge. Whenever you hear a Liberal make an outrageous statement your inclination is to think that he didn't mean it, how could he, it's just rediculous. The awful truth is that they do mean it; Liberals speak from the heart and mean what they say.

A prototypical example is former president Jimmy Carter. After kissing Ayatollah Khomeini's butt, Carter expressed amazement when the Iranian dictator took over 400 Americans hostage. Everyone in the entire world except Carter knew this was expected behavior from a psychopath. Of course Carter was the same man who was attacked by a giant swimming rabbit.

Continuing in the Democratic presidential vein, there was Bill Clinton, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, explaining why he so admires the Islamic Republic of Iran. “Iran today is, in a sense, the only country where progressive ideas enjoy a vast constituency. It is there that the ideas that I subscribe to are defended by a majority.”

And here is what Clinton had to say in a television interview with Charlie Rose: “Iran is the only country in the world ... with elections, including the United States, including Israel, including you name it, where the liberals, or the progressives, have won two-thirds to 70 percent of the vote. There is no other country in the world I can say that about, certainly not my own.”

So, while millions of Iranians look to the United States as a model of progress and democracy, a former Democratic president looks to the Islamic Republic as his ideological homeland.

Now turning to the latest Liberal to run for president, one wonders why John Kerry has recently sponsored a Senate resolution honoring a Stalinist who championed racial separatism? The Soviet Union awarded W.E.B. Du Bois the Lenin Peace Prize. Maoist China staged a national holiday in his honor in 1959. Now, for reasons unexplained, the Democratic Party's 2004 presidential nominee seeks to honor Du Bois too.

Kerry promoted his Senate resolution, cosponsored by Democratic Senators Edward Kennedy (Mass.) and Carl Levin (Mich.), by declaring, "Dr. Du Bois taught us that the promise of freedom is honored through action." But Du Bois hated freedom, and through his actions of renouncing his American citizenship and joining the Communist Party he showed this.

And speaking of the Liberal stallwart Teddy Boy Kennedy... the Senator compared our soldiers to the Islamic terrorists thus: "Our military and the insurgents are fighting for the same thing--the hearts and minds of the people--and that is a battle we are not winning." Mary Jo Kopechne could not be reached for comment.

There you have it, several examples of what Liberals think about democracy. I know, I know, I can barely believe it myself. Can these guys really be Americans?


Blogger Ralph said...

Has the Interpretive Center reopened? There seemed to be some work going on there last time I was down?

8:16 AM  

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