SWATs and sneers and slaps, oh my!

Bwah.  Ha.  Haaaaa!

…the mayor really was just stunned that’s she’d actually reached up and slapped him.

Crazy, right?  Well, morally and mentally retarded, at least.  Why would she do something so counterproductive?  She’s delusional.  She never encounters opposing views.  Her idea of hard reporting is this:

He (Gov. Walker) will be on the covers of their startlingly advertising-free little magazines. He will be the darling of every wingnut blogger in the extended monkeyhouse; poo will be flung high and far in celebration of him.

IE:  she never saw it coming.  Within her Bubble of Ignorance the election was a toss-up and Obama remains like unto a god.  Plus she probably knows that…somehow…Democrats usually win recounts.

So, obviously she felt that Barrett’s concession cost them the governorship.  Heh heh.

This is merely a leading indicator of the left’s degeneracy.  Physical assaults are only going to get worse.  Mostly against non-leftists, but increasingly amongst themselves.

If only they’d shed civility fast enough, the nation could still be saved.

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I've accepted that all of you are socially superior to me. But no pretending that any of you are rational.
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3 Responses to SWATs and sneers and slaps, oh my!

  1. Edohiguma says:

    The whine over Walker’s victory is so delicious. What makes it even better is that he got more votes than in 2010. Now the people spearheading the recall should be put on trial for wasting tax payer money.

    • wormme says:

      Well, it wasn’t illegal. My favorite part is that about half of the affected union members have stopped paying dues. And San Diego and San Jose have just passed reform measures. Nice trend.

      • Edohiguma says:

        Awwww. Let me guess, they stopped paying fees because they didn’t get what they wanted, right? It would fit into their way of thinking. Or maybe some people are finally waking up realizing that unions aren’t part of the solution, but rather part of the problem.

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