When You Point Your Finger At Someone…

Hello, folks. We live in a great country, the greatest country in the history of the world (no slam on Israel). Moreover, in this country, one is free to express his views whether or not those views are in agreement with another. In this country, we generally have two point of views: liberal and conservative. Someone will even say there is a moderate point of view, as well. In my book, there is no such thing as a moderate. They’re really people who won’t admit they are really liberal, since the word “liberal” is perceived to be such a dirty word. However, with these differing viewpoints, there is going to be a lot of disagreement. Furthermore, many of us are under the impression that disagreement with one viewpoint constitutes hate from the differing viewpoint. For example, lets say I see an animal covered in a protective shell, mammalian features, and four legs. One will correctly come to the conclusion that such an animal is an armadillo. However, another viewpoint states that, no, this animal is actually a turtle. The person who correctly perceives the animal to be an armadillo states the facts that this animal is, indeed, an armadillo. The person holding the viewpoint that the animal is actually a turtle gets mad. The other person is an idiot who rejects science and holds to a narrow-minded viewpoint based on superstitions and biased rhetoric. All the turtle-namer has to do is conduct his own analysis and he will come to the conclusion that the animal is actually an armadillo. However, his pride keeps him from doing so, so he continues his insulting tirade. Mr. Armadillo Man is told to go somewhere and f@$# himself. If the armadillo-namer did the same thing, he would be accused of hatred by Mr. Turtle man very quickly. Anyway, the incorrect namer of the animal is angry for only one reason: the other guy didn’t agree with him.

Where am I going with all this? Every day, the battle of wits is waged between the liberals and conservatives. The liberals, for the most part accuse the conservatives of being hateful, vindictive, and narrow-minded. If the conservatives speak their point of view, they are accused of name-calling, hating the poor, not caring about the environment, etc. However, consider the following:

Who made this statement?
I hope his wife feeds him[Clarence Thomas] lots of eggs and butter and he dies early like many black men do, of heart disease…He is an absolutely reprehensible person.

Pretty mean, hunh? So, who made this statement? Ann Coulter? Sean Hannity? Oh, I got it: Rush Limbaugh! No? How about the liberals own Julianne Malveaux. Oh, well she wasn’t talking about another liberal so she was okay in making that statement. As long as it was made about those hateful conservatives, it’s completely all right. Here’s another one:

If there is…justice, he’ll [Jesse Helms] get AIDS or one of his grandchildren will get it.

Michelle Malkin? Glenn Beck? Bill O’Reilly? How about ABC News reporter Nina Totenberg, another liberal.

Aww, man. They were just joking. You’re taking stuff way out of proportion! Really? Would you say that if a conservative made those statements. I would think not. Let a conservative make the above staements about a liberal and it’s the French Revolution all over again; heads will roll. But when a liberal makes a statement against a conservative, it’s okay. So Roger Clinton (Bill Clinton’s brother) can make liberal (no pun intended) use of the word “nigger” and the libs all look away. Ann Coulter makes a statement about putting rat poison in someone’s creme broule and GODZILLA STOMPS TOKYO!

Why is all this hatred hurled at conservatives by liberals? Simply because the conservatives don’t agree with the liberals (true conservatives, anyway). The libs cry “Global warming!” The conservatives say the trend in climate change is nothing to be alarmed about and the libs go crazy. “Those narrow-minded, superstitious, right-wing, hate-mongers! They reject science to hold to their superstitious beliefs. They hate anyone who doesn’t agree with them! ARRRRGGHHHHHH! GODZILLA DEFEATS ANGUIRUS!”

The libs say we need to raise taxes to increase tax revenues. The conserves say people can spend their own money better than the government can. “How dare you say the people are entitled to their own money! We’re trying to help the poor! You conservatives hate poor people! GAAAAACCCCK! GODZILLA AND MECHAGODZILLA FIGHT TO A STANDSTILL!”

If you are a liberal, it’s all right to make mean statements about conservatives, not the other way around. When President Bush was in office, I heard someone say they wished someone would assassinate him. Say that about Obama and you are a hateful racist. GODZILLA TO FIGHT KING GHIDORAH TODAY!

Some time ago someone made the statement that he would love to hate f@&$ Michelle Malkin. Make that statement about Hillary Clinton and you are a hateful, oinking, lower-than-the-dust, male chauvanist. GODZILLA GIVES MEGAGUIRUS A MEGA-BEATDOWN!

I don’t condone making demeaning statements about anyone from either side. However, it seems to me when the libs point their fingers, they don’t realize there are three more pointed back at them. At least the conserves do apologize for their mistakes. The libs don’t because the only point of view that matters is their own. Just the mention of Rush, Ann, Michelle, Bill, Glenn, Pat, or John is enough to incite the liberals into a seizure of insults against those hateful conservatives. Hate is a two-edged sword–it cuts both ways–and the liberals need to realize that their point of view is not the only one that matters. They make WAY more hateful statements than the conservatives. Not only that they never apologize when their mistake is pointed out (Mr. Sharpton, paging Mr. Al Sharpton!).

Finally, (STOMP!)…What was that…oh,no…look! IT’S GODZILLA! AAAAAEIIIIIIII! (STOMP!)

You all have a good day and I’ll see you on the rebound.


Author: V. E. Brown

I was born in Roanoke, VA on October 16, 1968. A few years later, my family settled in the Washington, DC area where I grew up. I graduated from Friendly Senior High School in 1986. I attended North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC as a geography major. Looking for a change of environment, I made Durham my permanent home in 1988. In October of 1986, I accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior and began attending Mt Zion Christian Church. In 2003, I met a lovely young lady from Liberia named Autherine and we were married a year later. I believe in the deity of Jesus Christ and the inerrancy of God's Holy Word, the Bible. I follow a Christian/conservative worldview. I enjoy reading, writing, movies, badminton, football (Dolphins, baby!!!), bowling, board, video, and computer games, and traveling.

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