Thursday, September 2, 2004

Cuckoos Escape the Clock

This person managed a corruption of the language and brazen stupidity in a single statement--a feat worthy of at least a passing mention:

A featured performer at a National Organization for Women rally accused President Bush of having "savagely raped " women "over and over" by allegedly stealing the 2000 presidential election.

Poet Molly Birnbaum read aloud to a crowd of feminists gathered in New York's Central Park on Wednesday night, as part of a NOW event dubbed "Code Red: Stop the Bush Agenda Rally."

"Imagine a way to erase that night four years ago when you (President Bush) savagely raped every pandemic woman over and over with each vote you got, a thrust with each state you stole," Birnbaum said from the podium. (If something is pandemic, it affects many people or a number of countries.)"

A smack with each bill you passed, a tear with each right you took until you left me disenfranchised with hands shackled and voice restrained. Thanks for that night, Mr. President, I can barely remember my tomorrows," Birnbaum said to applause.

Interestingly, Ms. Birnbaum made no mention of the Idiocy Pandemic, sweeping the globe, its contagion emanating from leftist circles.

In the same article, this gave me a good laugh:

Birnbaum's reading was followed by a performance by Gina Young, described as a singer of "feminist folk punk."

Young's song included the following verse about Bush:"I got better grades than you, you stupid boy W. Your dad was a killer, too, and you know that nobody voted for you," Young sang as the crowd erupted in applause."I object not just to this war, but to all of the things that you stand for, like dropping bombs to lower the price of gas. I guess the Constitution is just some piece of scrap paper you use to wipe you're a**, you bastard," Young sang to more applause.

I knew schoolyard bullies who harbored more poetic with than this imbecile. Can you believe people actually applauded such a moron? These NOW creatures live in a world of emotional overload, where facts and logic, reason and common sense are spat upon, and passion in The Cause is deified--whether it makes sense or not.

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