American Elephants


Liberalism is a Mental Disease by American Elephant
October 18, 2007, 5:29 am
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When Al Franken Attacks

Liberalism, progressivism… whatever they’re calling it this week.

Yet more evidence that the Air America/MoveOn.com crowd are stark-raving-lunatics and should not be trusted with sharp objects, let alone national policy.

 Is there anything these people won’t lie about? Well, as it turns out, no:

Air America Radio host Randi Rhodes is temporarily off the air, but cops and her lawyer say reports she was mugged near her Manhattan apartment were bogus.

Fellow host Jon Elliott said on the liberal network that Rhodes was attacked at 39th St. and Park Ave. on Sunday night while walking her dog, Simon.

Elliott, who said Rhodes lost several teeth in the attack, waxed about a possible conspiracy.

“Is this an attempt by the right-wing hate machine to silence one of our own?” he asked on the air, according to the Talking Radio blog. “Are we threatening them?”

A police source said Rhodes never filed a report and never claimed to be the victim of a mugging.

Rhodes’ lawyer Robert Gaulin told the Daily News she was injured in a fall while walking her dog, but she wasn’t sure exactly what happened. [read more]

I think one of the many psychological issues at play here is known as “projection“. While Republicans aren’t known for instigating violence against political adversaries, the lunatic left has a long track record of it:

Unfortunately, that’s not even scratching the surface.


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Please, please, please don’t judge all of us by the crackpots far off to the extreme left. Believe it or not, there are rational liberals. You just don’t hear about them much because they don’t do crazy stuff. But we do exist (I’m actually more libertarian than liberal, but I’m a tad bit left-leaning).

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