Hey, Do You Want To See Hate?

If you want to see vile hatred directed at someone in the blogosphere, check out Bristol Palin’s new blog site.

If you want to see vile hatred directed at someone in the blogosphere, check out the articles Mr. President, When Should I Expect Your Call?, Responding to the Viral Sensation, Loving my Brother, and Celebrate Life with Me Today on Bristol Palin’s new blog site.

If you want to see vile hatred directed at someone in the blogosphere, check out the comments from Leftists in the comment section of those three articles. Bristol said she has chosen to allow many of the hateful comments to pass through moderation, more to show what the Left is about, but a great many were eliminated due to their graphic nature on her family-friendly blog site. But you can easily see what the Left is about in the comments she has let through.

The Left is absolutely dispicable, hateful, deranged, disgusting. Of that, I have no doubt. Oh, there are a few honorable Liberals, such as aphrael and Jeff, but the majority of the outspoken Liberals are the most diseased people I have ever read. And the comment threads on those three Bristol-written articles are absolute proof.

Here is an extremely mild sample:

glenn lester says:
March 21, 2012 at 1:37 pm

trig is a robot that is battery operated

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Originally published on Truth Before Dishonor

13 Comments

  1. Those who feel empowered to make such awful comments about Trig Palin are likely getting their sense of empowerment from Bill Maher, whose similar remarks have been justified (he passes himself off as a comedian, so it’s okay to be obscene) by some of the president’s top supporters.

    I find virtually everything about Obama’s million dollar donor, Bill Maher, to be disgusting and vile. His crude comments about Sarah Palin and Bristol Palin were the words of a demented misogynist and a constant reminder of the hypocrisy of Obama’s call for civility, as Obama refuses to ask his Super Pac to return the tainted Maher donation. (Obama is “allowed” to request the return of that money, in spite of what some suggest.)

    Compounding the hypocrisy of the Obama campaign is David Axelrod, Obama’s chief campaign advisor, who has offered contorted and ridiculous sounding excuses for Bill Maher’s intensely offensive remarks about Trig Palin. Mr. Axelrod’s efforts to minimize Maher’s loathsome ridicule of Trig Palin is especially inexcusable because Mr. Axelrod should know first hand how unfair such cruelty against an innocent child with special needs is. Would David Axelrod make excuses for Bill Maher’s ugly words if they were about his own daughter, Lauren? Would he stand for anyone to try to justify her denigration?

  2. Gretchen says:
    March 21, 2012 at 17:48

    Those who feel empowered to make such awful comments about Trig Palin are likely getting their sense of empowerment from Bill Maher, whose similar remarks have been justified (he passes himself off as a comedian, so it’s okay to be obscene) by some of the president’s top supporters.

    It seems like a lot of Left leaners whether it’s on blogs, TV, in interviews, campaigning or wherever they find a public venue seem to have the defect of having to insult anyone on the Right just for the sake they are alive. In all the campaigns I have watched, I have never seen anything like what they did to Sarah only because she dared to be a woman who was Governor of a state, and cared for her family. Then she committed the most major of mortal sins of Liberalism by not aborting Trig. Sarah could be the next Mother Teresa, and the Left would still excoriate her out of HATE.

  3. Todays left wing despises anything that is sacred, honorable, or in any way traditionally upright. What we once considered family values are now fodder for ridicule by scum like Maher and many others on the left. What we once considered virtue is met with outright hatred by these rabid ideologs. Make no mistake; real evil has made its way into the mainstream media and culture and has taken root. Thank God for families like the Palins who hold up the banner for those of us not willing to bow to these secular tyrants.

  4. If you want to see right wing hate, Ron Westrup, just stick around here for a few days and note the behavior of people like Mr Hitchcock, koolo, ropelight, and Hoagie. And then tune in to Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, and the like.

    I will, however, concur with criticism of the behavior and language of the likes of Bill Maher – disgusting!

    And now we have unfolding the apparent racial hatred unfolding as we speak in Sanford, FL, where an alleged murderer of a black teen aged boy has occurred without the alleged murderer not even being arrested nor disarmed, shielded by a state law championed by the NRA.

    And then there is the marine sergeant who snapped and is alleged to have murdered 16 Afghan citizens, including innocent women and children.

    Unfortunately, there is plenty of hatred to go around these days, as the wealth trickles upward from the American middle and poor, and then those who protest are classified into one big unwashed group by people filled with hate.

    So you see, Mr Westrup, if you wish to speak about hatred in our America, you need to broaden your scope instead of relying on your narrow partisan instincts.

  5. Wagonwheel, you gave your word not to comment on one of my threads. While I released you of your word for a single thread (of which you did not avail yourself), I specifically stated I was keeping you to your word for all my other articles.

    This is a friendly reminder to help you maintain your promise.

  6. SINP writes

    If you want to see right wing hate, Ron Westrup, just stick around here for a few days and note the behavior of people like Mr Hitchcock, koolo, ropelight, and Hoagie. And then tune in to Fox News, Rush Limbaugh, and the like.

    Blah blah blah. The fact is, none of the above ever threatened anyone with whom they disagreed. You did it to not one, not two, but three people who comment here (well, one who used to). THAT is hate.

  7. I’m a newbie here, but just curious: why can’t Wagonwheel contribute to the conversation? I thought the Right was for the purest interpretation of the Constitution — freedom of speech and all that…

  8. LMA, Wagonwheel can and does contribute to the conversation however, he stated he would not comment on John Hitchcock’s articles. Hitchcock’s just holding him to his word.

    And just so you understand, we on the right are for the purest interpretation of the Constitution. However, the Constitution regards what the government can’t prohibit not what a private person on his own paid for blog can or can’t do. The Editor nor John Hitchcock are the government and they are free to exercise any rules they wish on their blog.

  9. Freedom of Association is also in the First Amendment, the same amendment prohibiting Government interference in speech, and the same amendment prohibiting Government from preventing the Free Exercise of Religion (such as forcing various Christians to pay out of their pockets for other people to engage in acts of immorality and depravity).

  10. LMA, you thought wrong. Those of us on the right side of the political spectrum aren’t advocates of “the purest interpretation of the Constitution.” Pure is an uncertain term fraught with a multitude of possibilities for mischief, confusion, and dispute.

    It’s the original intent of the framers which guides our understanding of the Constitution’s meaning. As the times evolve and new situations arise, we look to the underlying principles which the founding fathers advanced, to the extent they apply and to the extent we can discern them, to inform our deliberations. It’s the best we can do.

  11. [Those who fraudulently claim my email address as their own in their attempts to dishonorably bypass moderation filters lose their commenting privileges on my threads. -- JH]

  12. [Those who fraudulently claim my email address as their own in their attempts to dishonorably bypass moderation filters lose their commenting privileges on my threads. -- JH]

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