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Liberals Letter to the Editor Goes Viral For Its Stupidity

February 15, 2013
A letter to the editor sent to the Carteret County News-Times spread like wildfire around the internet. After being reposted on the Fox News Facebook page it received over 4,000 comments according to the News-Times.

The letter, seen below is written by a Liberal who like most of today’s Left Leaning Loons living in “La-La Land”(a place Liberals say Obama is recovering an economy sometimes mispronounced -”America” by these people, for some reason).

As you will read in the letter below this pompous Leftie considers his reasoning and intellect to be superior to anything written in The Constitution and finds that his preferences should become laws governing lesser beings like us – Conservatives.

Beaufort, N.C.

Jan. 17, 2013

TO THE EDITOR:

Republicans and “so-called” conservatives are at it again. They are claiming that the Constitution gives people the right to have guns without the permission of the government. If that were true, then how could New York and Chicago have laws against it?

We Democrats are sick and tired of Republicans constantly using the Constitution to cover up their true plans, which are to make us all afraid of everyone else. Our great president came from a civilized part of the country where there is strict gun control, and he is only trying to bring the benefits of that more modern way of living to the rest of us. I don’t know the exact statistics, but I’m quite certain that Chicago is a lot safer that Morehead City, when it comes to gun violence. (One can only be so dumb)

But do Republicans and conservatives listen to the voice of reason? No, of course not. All they want to do is whine and complain about how gun control and wealth redistribution violate the Constitution, as if the Constitution were all that great, anyway. There are a lot of things that need to be changed about the Constitution, I’d say, and President Obama needs to change it. (He trying to be a dictator you idiot)

The Republicans are just trying to stand in the way, because the president is black. They even dared to question whether he was born in this country. I think all this demonstrates that the Constitution needs to be amended when it comes to the qualifications for being president. Right now, it says that a person has to be 35 years old and be a natural born citizen. Well, that is obviously unfair because there are a great many otherwise qualified people who cannot run for president because their mothers had to have a C-section. But because the Constitution was written a hundred years ago, nobody even thought of the discrimination that would result from a doctor having to deliver a baby in this unnatural way. Now that we Democrats are in control of the government, that’s just one more thing we should change in our drive to make life fair.

Please withhold my name because I don’t want to get crank calls. (Ya think you MIGHT? A few thousand maybe)

http://www.mrconservative.com/2013/02/4937-liberal-letter-goes-viral-for-its-stupidity/

10 Comments

  1. I’m not sure I agree with the term “Low Information Voter”. These left wingers are getting plenty of propaganda information from somewhere. And this guy isn’t necessarily stupid per se, like all left wingers, he wants to use the government to boss us around, give us orgers to obey.

  2. That’s got to be a prank. Even the liberals are not that stupid.

    Well, some few are, like that Stephen D Foster fellow who wrote the unexpurgated version of “100 Things You Can Say To Irritate A Republican“.

    Supposedly a stab at generating liberal merriment through mockery of Republicans and their imagined inconsistencies and moral defects, it merely revealed the stale and low wattage dreariness that exists within the apartments of the liberal mind.

  3. DNW wrote:

    That’s got to be a prank. Even the liberals are not that stupid.

    To quote a former commenter, “Citation, please!”

    Now, it could be a prank; if someone were trying to prank the left, I don’t know if he could have come up with more stereotypical shibboleths than were in that letter, but I’m sort of inclined to give it the Dan Rather excuse: (maybe) fake, but accurate.

  4. Editor says:
    Monday, 18 February 2013 at 11:21

    DNW wrote:

    That’s got to be a prank. Even the liberals are not that stupid.

    To quote a former commenter, “Citation, please!”

    Now, it could be a prank; if someone were trying to prank the left, I don’t know if he could have come up with more stereotypical shibboleths than were in that letter, but I’m sort of inclined to give it the Dan Rather excuse: (maybe) fake, but accurate.

    The first half of the letter is fairly well done “Stereotyping”.

    But like most initially convincing attempts to adopt the voice of those whom we find uncongenial or obnoxious, after awhile the author’s impulse is to emphasize the supposedly cliched nature of the enemy’s thinking.

    This decay of discipline and restraint produces text which has the enemy supposedly voicing sentiments in a manner more according to and compatible with the hostile critic’s derisory characterization of them, rather than according to the linguistic formulations a real liberal or a real conservative would actually use.

    Just moments, for example, after having supposedly expressed a more or less ordinary lefty interpretation of the “natural born” dispute as involving “Republicans … [who] dared to question whether he was born in this country.” the author goes seriously overboard in having the supposed liberal advancing a ridiculously specious understanding of natural born as a non-Cesarean birth:

    “Well, that is obviously unfair because there are a great many otherwise qualified people who cannot run for president because their mothers had to have a C-section.”

    Then, because he, the pretend liberal in my view, feels a need to further pile it on, he adds a really egregious factual error which is orders of magnitude too precise in its stupidity:

    ” … because the Constitution was written a hundred years ago,”

    This substantive “error” is then followed by a claim which is phrased like nothing so much as a bit of the kind of imitative sarcasm which might be uttered among a group conservative drinking buddies entertaining themselves by mocking the mentality and voice of the libtards,

    ” … nobody even thought of the discrimination that would result from a doctor having to deliver a baby in this unnatural way. Now that we Democrats are in control of the government, that’s just one more thing we should change in our drive to make life fair.

    “our drive to make life fair” See?

    So no, I don’t believe that that opinion piece was what it has been presented as.

    An alternative possibility is that it is a provocation piece, or bait, issued by a bored liberal, pretending to be a conservative pretending to be a liberal, in order to “demonstrate” the gullibility of conservative media, or their lack of critical thinking skills.

    Or I could be wrong altogether. But I don’t think that I am. Especially given the last two problems the text I discussed.

    Conservatives don’t really have to go far to find real liberal stupidity. Mark Morford of the SF Gate is dispensing his greasy ruminations and throaty crackpot triumphalism on a weekly basis.

    What more could you ask for when it comes to genuine liberal contemptibility?

  5. DNW says:
    Monday, 18 February 2013 at 16:29

    Editor says:
    Monday, 18 February 2013 at 11:21

    DNW wrote:

    That’s got to be a prank. Even the liberals are not that stupid.

    To quote a former commenter, “Citation, please!”

    Now, it could be a prank; if someone were trying to prank the left, I don’t know if he could have come up with more stereotypical shibboleths than were in that letter, but I’m sort of inclined to give it the Dan Rather excuse: (maybe) fake, but accurate.

    I’m all for giving credit where credit is due. But it does provide a laugh. And it is written in a manner of two of our former posters. So, as they say in Hollyweed: That’s Entertainment!!!!

  6. Yorkshire says:
    Monday, 18 February 2013 at 16:37

    DNW says:
    Monday, 18 February 2013 at 16:29

    Editor says:
    Monday, 18 February 2013 at 11:21

    DNW wrote:

    That’s got to be a prank. Even the liberals are not that stupid.

    To quote a former commenter, “Citation, please!”

    Now, it could be a prank; if someone were trying to prank the left, I don’t know if he could have come up with more stereotypical shibboleths than were in that letter, but I’m sort of inclined to give it the Dan Rather excuse: (maybe) fake, but accurate.

    I’m all for giving credit where credit is due. But it does provide a laugh. And it is written in a manner of two of our former posters. So, as they say in Hollyweed: That’s Entertainment!!!!”

    Yes, until such time as someone reveals that it is fake and that hundreds of “conservatives” have been gleefully swallowing the bait, thinking it was unqualifiedly real.

    I tried to leave a warning on the original site, but you have to go through some social media bullshit first. So … so sorry.

  7. DNW:

    Yes, until such time as someone reveals that it is fake and that hundreds of “conservatives” have been gleefully swallowing the bait, thinking it was unqualifiedly real.

    Yes, I can see this: “Dear Conservatives, we pranked you with this letter. Reality is we’re only half this stupid. And you fell for our half stupidity.”

    Or, think if a Conservative wrote it to make the Libs look dumb. So, then how does a lib show they aren’t that dumb without falling into the abyss? They’re damned if they do or don’t.

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