Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Mega Moron Mail

Lots o' fodder today. Let's begin our odyssey through the Alternate Reality Based Community by pounding the crap out of a race-baiter:

Guilty of not being white

The Hmong community is experiencing the pain of what other communities of color have long known. All bad acts of one community member are attributed to the entire group.

Black men are depraved rapists, native Americans are all drunks, and Latinos -- well, they are just lazy. [I can't wait to see the google hits that sentence yields. -ed]

I can understand the fear that Chai Soua Vang undoubtedly felt, having been on the receiving end of racist taunts and threats while walking alone over my lunch hour in Minnetonka. [OK I had to read that 7 or 8 times to find the transition between Vang's experience and the writer's. Ever notice that these people absolutely love to inject themselves into everything. Mememememememe! - ed.] In my case, [Memememememe! Look at meeeeeeeeee! -ed.] I thank God these boys were only out to have some fun and hurl some insults. I returned from my walk shaken and angry. What gave them to right to hurl epithets?

I can only begin to imagine the fear Chai Soua Vang must have felt knowing that these people were armed with guns. [ Remember that. -ed] He's alone. He's different. [He's trespassing. -ed.] They're armed, and they continue following him and screaming taunts at him? And they certainly do not know the trauma he's experienced in his past! [And really, neither do you, moron. -ed.]

B0nn!e St33l3, Minnetonka.

Well, Moron #1 convinced me: those six people deserved it. Vang certainly didn't get a fair shake at trial.

Even though the jury was bussed in from Dane County. "Dane County?" you ask? Yes Dane County. Where Madison is (Motto: "Madison - Where identity politics aren't just a good idea, they're mandatory.")

Oh, and let's not forget that annoying little fact that 5 out of the 6 victims were unarmed.

And that Bonnie signed one of those moonbat "Not One Damn Dime Day" petitions.

I wonder if anybody bought her a cheeseburger?

On to Moron #2, who gives us meaningless snark that proves nothing, and adds nothing subtracts from the public discourse:

In her Monday column, "Leading means thinking for yourself," Katherine Kersten takes St. Paul voters to task for being "narrow-minded" for rejecting DFL Mayor Randy Kelly in last week's primary because he endorsed President Bush in 2004.

Perhaps she might identify which Democrats she voted for in the last election.

R0b3rt W@t3rm@n,
Falcon Heights
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...And she should be required to do it once it is humanly possible to vote against a Democrat / Green in any local election in Minneapolis and St. Paul.

So we'll be hearing from her in about 10,000 years.

And rounding out the trifecta we have an example of the tried and true lefty tactic of painting a cartoonish caricature of the opponent, positing that said cartoon is truth, and then ridiculing the newly-formed fiction as though it bore any resemblance to truth:

Rep. John Kline's constituency must be proud to have him boldly tackling our newest crisis: Ronald Reagan's mug is not yet on U.S. currency (Star Tribune, Sept. 17)!

News of Kline's passionate pursuit of Minnesotans' new No. 1 concern is such a relief from the old, tedious news of wars, natural disasters, poverty, national debt and so on.

Thanks, Rep. Kline, for setting our priorities straight.

M3l!nd@ L. Er!cks0n, Minneapolis.

First of all, Mel, as one of Kline's constituents I can tell you that we are quite happy with Rep. Kline's performance.

Second of all, did it ever occur to you in your tiny little brain and claustrophobia-inducing world view, that it might just be possible that KLINE MAY NOT BE DEVOTING EVERY WAKING MOMENT AND EVERY OUNCE OF HIS ENERGY TO THIS, AND THAT HE MAYBE - JUST MAYBE - BE ATTENDING TO ALL THOSE THINGS YOU MENTIONED, YOU STUPID LITTLE PINHEAD????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

On the other hand, I dare you to find even one of your little activist friends whose sum total of all her thoughts during the Roberts confirmation hearings consisted of anything more than:

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Where's my cricket bat?

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