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January 16, 2010

The Last Decade Of Liberalism In 40 Quotes

So much drooling insanity that it's hard to pick a favorite, but for right now, in view of the Haiti tragedy, I'm going with:
"7) I root for hurricanes. When, courtesy of the Weather Channel, I see one forming in the ocean off the coast of Africa, I find myself longing for it to become big and strong--Mother Nature's fist of fury, Gaia's stern rebuke. Considering the havoc mankind has wreaked upon nature with deforesting, stripmining, and the destruction of animal habitat, it only seems fair that nature get some of its own back and teach us that there are forces greater than our own." -- James Wolcott, Vanity Fair Contributing Sissy -- | Right Wing News

Posted by Vanderleun at January 16, 2010 10:28 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

Your Say

Wolcott's ocicats may yet bite him where it really hurts. Cats can be forces of nature in their own person-specific way.

Posted by: Connecticut Yankee at January 17, 2010 12:12 AM

Why, exactly, does Wolcott think on one hand that nature is powerful enough to form hurricanes to exact vengeance upon humankind but think on the other that global warming is due to mankind overwhelming nature?

If, a la Danny Glover, Gaia is powerful enough to inflict earthquakes on purpose, and a la Wolcott, powerful enough to mount hurricanes, then how could human beings possibly be causing global warming? Would not Gaia be powerful enough to prevent it?

But they aren't really talking about the earth or the environment. They are talking about how much they despise the human race. Scratch any Lefty and you'll find a body filled with self loathing.

Posted by: Donald Sensing at January 17, 2010 7:40 AM

Examine the mindset of Wolcott, he is happy when he knows OTHER people are going to die, and he will be able to blame it on his political enemies. Let that sink in for a minute, he rejoices in the deaths of innocent people. Some of those dead people might even be Wolcott's political allies, but he's happy for them to die because in his mind it punishes his enemies.

Most of the time I'm optimistic about the future. The Scott Brown campaign gives me hope that all is not lost.

But when I think about Wolcott's mindset, and there are millions of the "educated elite" who share his views, I wonder if my optimism is misplaced.

Posted by: Boots at January 17, 2010 9:55 AM

Wolcott is a gallumphing gasbag, an utterly prissy wuss who wouldn't be able to claw his way out of a wet paper sack.

Posted by: Mikey NTH at January 17, 2010 12:31 PM

The definition of the word "douchbag" should simply be a picture of that fool drinking a glass of water.

Posted by: monkeyfan at January 17, 2010 2:51 PM

Well, hey Wolcott- I'll go you one better. I root for heart attacks, strokes, terminal cancer, emphysema, and diabetes. The lard asses of the world have it coming. Step on the scale lately?


Posted by: jwm at January 17, 2010 4:30 PM

Like many city dwelling liberals who live in the midst of a (gasp) clear-cut old growth forest, this dreadful combed-over nincompoop leaves himself out of the equation when natural disaster strikes. He'd freeze to death in the dark if his power went out for two days.

Then he'd be catfood.


Posted by: teresa at January 18, 2010 11:55 AM

If you think Wolcott is a vile sack of sh!t for spewing that, check out the other 39 quotes on the original site. The ignorance, arrogance, condescension, self-loathing, bigotry, nihilism, and sheer bile expressed therein, not by anonymous Internet trolls but by prominent politicians, media figures, entertainers, academics and journalists is almost unbelievable.

Posted by: Aquila at January 19, 2010 9:33 PM

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