Monday, February 19, 2007

Hey, Tim, Why Not Just Start a Leftyblog?

Since I know Blog House butler Tim O'Brien likes to google himself a lot (Google Blogsearch, actually), I need to open our dialogue in this peculiar way. If you are merely a casual observer, please bear with this:

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There. Now that I have your attention, Tim, I'd like to ask you a question:

What is the point of the Blog House anyway?

Is it to provide a weekly synopsis of the prevalent topics discussed on the political blogs by citing a few example blog posts that were representative of the greater "discussion" as it were?

It is? Well, then, judging by your last column, you are a massive fucking failure. I mean, really, if the discourse in the blogosphere from the last week consisted solely of unanimity of opinion among left-wing tools about Anna Nicole Smith, the Iraq War and Norm Coleman, then you got it right. However, if that truly does reflect reality then, 1) I must have been on drugs last week and missed all that leftyblog monopoly on brilliance and 2) The Blog House is really pretty much a useless exercise now, isn't it.

The last time I posited the following, I was called a "waste of skin" by some drooling buttfuck that gets 8 hits a day, because Jason Lewis (whom I anever listen to) purportedly said a very similar thing (these are the types of people you tend to gravitate toward, BTW, Timmy), but here it goes again:

The sole reason for the Blog House is to lend the legitimacy of the print medium to the paranoid, dissociative and largely baseless ravings of some diseased mentally-challenged blogthings.

It's kinda funny how the week the whole John Edwards blogger flap erupted, you wrote absolutely nothing about it. You didn't recount what they had written that gave rise to the whole thing. You didn't quote from any one of the approximately 678,590 posts related to the matter on either side. You ignored probably the largest blog-related story which had ignited well before deadline. Why?

Because you had to give the drooling masses in the left-wing retard-o-sphere enough time to frame a villain and attack him viciously, despite the fact that the only thing he (or any of the other thousands appalled at that dimwit's insults of us and our faith) did was quote her.

You dutifully did what all good lefties do, you gave their play of the Hypocrite Card a little MSM bump:

Donohue should be able to recognize offensive comments when he see them. He's a veritable font of them -- Jews, gays and liberals his favorite targets.

* "Hollywood is controlled by secular Jews who hate Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular."

* "Well, look, there are people in Hollywood ... [who] will do anything for the buck. ... If you asked them to sodomize their own mother in a movie, they would do so, and they would do it with a smile on their face."

* Talking about former Rep. Mark Foley's claim that he was molested by a priest: "First, there is a huge difference between being groped and being raped, so which was it, Mr. Foley? Second, why didn't you just smack the clergyman in the face? After all, most 15-year-old teenage boys wouldn't allow themselves to be molested. So why did you?"

At least, I suppose this is some sort of feeble attempt to paint the messenger as a hypocrite discredit him. Although I should point out that there's a case to be made that quotes 1 and 2 are verrifiable fact. But there's a trap that you expose yourself to when parroting the leftybuttfuck's favorite weapon - the H-card:

1) You sound like a 7-year old, or alternatively, Jeff Fecke

2) Hypocrites are always 50% correct, which is better than your typical track record of 0%

3) Hypocrisy is only the affliction of those who hold themselves toto a higher standard

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4) The charge of hypocrisy is only appurtenant to the declarant. That is, there are others who made the same charges, statements and demands that Bill Donahue did. Unfortunately the leftyboogers you love so much couldn't find anything on them. The message remains truth regardless as to whom the messanger is.

But if you want to continue being some low rent, disingenuous Jeff Fecke-like tool, constantly foisting one-sided half-informed propaganda on us (although I'm fairly sure that George Soros pays Fecke more than McClatchy pays you), at least I won't hurt for material.

PS I hold no illusions that you'll be as solicitous to my complaints as you are to those proffered from across the aisle.

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