This pisses me off. First of all let me preface by saying I don’t like Pat Buchanan, I think his protectionist and xenophobic views are bad for America and what’s more my money says he’s a racist. But that does not justify some jackass dousing him in salad dressing during an appearance he was making in Kalamazoo Michigan. This falls outside the pale of free speech, it is an assault and it’s worthy of retaliation. Personally I would have knocked the motherfucker unconscious.

If you disagree with a politician or politcal commentator, then oppose them with your words and with rational discourse. What type of satisfaction do people get by doing shit like this? Do they think it makes them look right or that it helps their cause? If you ask me it adds credence to the charge that the left is full of irrational emotional basketcase nutjobs. PETA, NOW, gay rights activists, and now man-bitches who throw foodstuffs? Really!

To this dumb motherfucker who did this: if you really wanted to make a difference you would have formulated an argument and painted Pat Buchanan into an ideological corner. He’s out of touch with most of America, not to mention with large elemements of his own party. It would not have been hard to do. Instead you made yourself look like an ass and you reflected poorly on the side you claim to represent. Speech is good, assault is not. And if that had been me I would have beat you within an inch of your life. Because those who would deal with force can only be made to understand through force. Ass.

10 Responses to “Stupid”

  1. rae says:

    I would have thrown ketchup and screamed “Murderer”. I don’t know why but it sounds cool.

  2. Mexigogue says:

    I hate to say this. The only way they’re going to stop talking about Terry Shiavo is if the Pope bites the dust. Come onnnnnnnnnn POPE! nowhammy nowhammy nowhammy nowhammy!

  3. Phelps says:

    A long, long time ago, the far left simply assumed that they were entitled to be in charge. Therefore, they have no duty to convince people that they are right. All the protests, and the speeches, and grandstanding, and thrown pies and salad dressing (WTF?) are all for one purpose — to entertain themselves and to make them feel better.

    Persuasion does not enter into the equasion at any point.

  4. Phelps says:

    You forgot to yell “STOP!” after that last nowhammy.

  5. Mexigogue says:

    I’ve never really played the roulette table. I just saw Lucille Ball play it on the I Love Lucy Show.

  6. Nice Rack says:

    I have never seen Phelps misspell anything until today, my illusions of perfection have been shattered. Equation

  7. Phelps says:

    I was talking about horses. Lefties are into bestiality.

    And I even remember the proper title of that show. Press Your Luck. I would watch it with my dad when I was out of school and it was raining and he couldn’t work.

  8. Jeremy says:

    You’re absolutely right, Phelps – this is all to make the left feel better about themselves.

    But Mexi, I don’t think you’re giving Pat enough credit. Nobody should be called a racist without clear and direct evidence; it’s just too easy to throw the term around. He’s a victim of the old, dying concept of the “nation-state” – that we are united by our culture, and that we’re being invaded and taken over from the south. I don’t agree with that POV but it’s not an irrational reaction to have. And he’s very consistent about speaking out against the NeoCons on their foreign policy B.S.

    Bottom line: if Hunter S. Thompson could drink with him, where do YOU get off slighting him?

  9. Mexigogue says:

    I think it was his focus on race percentages that gives that impression. Like he says the US will only be such-and-such a percentage white by such a year. Hey, what’s the point of that? It smacks of equationg non-white with non-American.

  10. Jeremy says:

    Yeah, that’s kinda racist.