The Other McCain

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She Could Have Said, ‘Of Whom?’

Posted on | March 8, 2012 | 3 Comments

by Smitty

Michele Bachman stands her ground against Piers Morgan. She stands judged as being ‘judgemental’ for daring to assert that the Postmodern narrative is wrong. But of whom? Doesn’t judging involve, you know, a case, i.e. a context with actual, specific people?

Loving my relatives and friends (that happen to be gay) does not, cannot constitute an endorsement of their bad ideas. Stating that I disagree with ideas they espouse is not a judgement of my relatives and friends (that happen to be gay).

This conflation of people and ideas as a form of rhetorical judo is utterly diabolical. If only Piers knew of the New Tone!

Bonus: the Motor City Madman does to Piers what Michele is simply too nice to undertake:
Bonus II: you know you’re an alpha male when you can sport ~45K followers on Twitter, while demonstrating a deeper commitment to Luddism than Robert Stacy McCain:


3 Responses to “She Could Have Said, ‘Of Whom?’”

  1. ThePaganTemple
    March 8th, 2012 @ 10:47 am

    Another great reason to vote for Newt. He’d have this guy’s lunch, regurgitate it, then make him eat it.

  2. AnonymousDrivel
    March 8th, 2012 @ 11:45 am

    I watched the Nugent clip first. I had no idea it’d be so good. I think it moved. Unabashed truth speaking to pinhead CNN activist.

    Sorry, Smitty. I’m not reading the rest of your post for a while. I have a very long cigarette break I have to take… and I don’t even smoke.

  3. Charles
    March 8th, 2012 @ 7:02 pm

    Piers is such a wanker, isn’t he the guy who hacked Paul McCartney’s cell phone messages?