BUT I am Pollyanna compared to this enraged little moonbat:
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. -- In the angry life of Maryscott O'Connor, the rage begins as soon as she opens her eyes and realizes that her president is still George W. Bush. The sun has yet to rise and her family is asleep, but no matter; as soon as the realization kicks in, O'Connor, 37, is out of bed and heading toward her computer.
Out there, awaiting her building fury: the Angry Left, where O'Connor's reputation is as one of the angriest of all. "One long, sustained scream" is how she describes the writing she does for various Web logs, as she wonders what she should scream about this day.
Maryscott O'Connor says her liberal Web log, My Left Wing, is "one long, sustained scream."
David Finkel of the The Washington Post writes about the deranged online left in an article entitled The Left, Online and Outraged.
She smokes a cigarette. Should it be about Bush, whom she considers "malevolent," a "sociopath" and "the Antichrist"? She smokes another cigarette. Should it be about Vice President Cheney, whom she thinks of as "Satan," or about Karl Rove, "the devil"? Should it be about the "evil" Republican Party, or the "weaselly, capitulating, self-aggrandizing, self-serving" Democrats, or the Catholic Church, for which she says "I have a special place in my heart . . . a burning, sizzling, putrescent place where the guilty suffer the tortures of the damned"?
Read it all because this is only the beginning. I love the comments included in the article, they give real insight into mass hatred.The author made no attempt to hide the blind, mindnumbing hatred of this sad woman and her compadres.
This should be a lesson to the rest of us that Dubai, immigration, earmarks, Dubai Ports, etc are small potatoes compared to what is really out there. So whether or not Bush posted the Mohammed cartoons on the White House web page or whatever your current pet peeve might be, we can not let people like this get anywhere near the White House.
hat tip AJ
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