Hypocrisy Writ Large


“Respect for religious beliefs is a cornerstone of American democracy. We firmly reject the actions by those who abuse the universal right of free speech to hurt the religious beliefs of others.”

Except, of course, images of the Crucifix in a jar of urine, or a painting of the Madonna with excrement thrown on it.  That deserves fierce protection under the First Amendment, indeed even government sponsorship with taxpayer money.

Just ask our current Secretary of State.  Who was very vocal in supporting the latter exhibit.  Funny, that.  Since it was an embassy and all, that today sees fit to condemned such things…    Oh  wait.  When they say “hurt religious beliefs of others”, they mean Muslims.   Christians aren’t nearly as important.

Welcome to Foggybottomistan.  Despicable.

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2 responses to “Hypocrisy Writ Large

  1. Hypocrisy and egocentric behaivior is the hallmark of the Clinton Generation. The Greatest Generation gave birth to the Most Dispicable Generation. How any group of people could be so self centered is quite beyond me. As is how they have come to the conclusion that they are the font of all wisdom. It almost seems as if they were told that they were the best educated generation, but heard that they were smartest generation.

    Watching the DNC baffeled me with people cheering Bill Clinton, when he was lying with a staight face, Yet, on they cheered. Is it possible that they are so deluded that they actually have come to believe thier own lies?

    I found the scariest part of the DNC to be the attempt to reinsert God into the platform. After Villarigosa got a louder NAY the first time, he tried twice more, and again each time, he got a loud NAY. So, the Democrats denied God THREE TIMES! That can’t be a good sign.

    • The truly scary thing is much of the rest of the country is apathetic about it. We’re at the final stage before the cycle is closed at bondage. Much of the country decries the social conservatives, but no other conservatism really matters when the social impact is ignored. We are where we are because the populace has become immoral.