Thursday, September 09, 2004

Mysterians and Euphorians

In the Twin Cities here we have a talk show host and newspaper columnist named Joe Soucheray. He refers to himself as a curmudgeon and is really into things with internal combustion motors. He has always pretty much stayed away from politics and still doesn’t endorse either, but has always called the "Useful Idiots" Mysterians and Euphorians.

He has a woman that makes these fake satyrical ads for snowmobiles that go 5 miles an hour and stop when wildlife is near and also baseball leagues where the mothers don’t keep score, but the kids still do. Here is a link to her portion of the website.

Anyway this description is perfect for liberals, because I have no idea why they think the way they do. Do they ignore reality or do they just not see it? Do they really believe that America’s policies caused 9/11? Do they think you can actually negotiate with the Islamo-Fascists or have they already surrendered and accepted dhimmitude? What the hell is the color of the sky in these idiot’s world?

Are their special interests really more important than the defense of America? Is pleasing France and the UN that important to these Euphorians? Where does this hatred for their country come from?

I personally can not come up with one scenario where I would vote for Kerry. Nothing he says could convince me that he is a good enough human being to occupy the White House. The man is scum. The vilest kind of slime. A pretender. A fake. He has already done everything he could as a Senator to make America as defenseless as possible and there is nothing he has said that would make me believe he would not continue to do the same as President.

Mysterians and Euphorians live in a world I have never visited.


At 3:20 PM, Blogger Jamie said...

I agree, liberals live in their own little world.

One part of Zell Miller's speech that I missed completely when I heard it the other night, but which caught my attention when re-reading the speech was this:

In 1940, Wendell Wilkie was the Republican nominee.

And there is no better example of someone repealing their "private plans" than this good man. He gave Roosevelt the critical support he needed for a peacetime draft, an unpopular idea at the time.

And he made it clear that he would rather lose the election than make national security a partisan campaign issue. Shortly before Wilkie died, he told a friend that if he could write his own epitaph and had to choose between "here lies a president" or "here lies one who contributed to saving freedom," he would prefer the latter."

Now I ask, how does that make Kerry's campaign look? Pretty damn petty.


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