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Mel Gibson. Yeah, you know why. And no matter how much you love Passion of the Christ, he’s still a hater.
Dan Savage. Savage, who heads up the Obama-endorsed anti-bullying It Gets Better Project, is one of America’s biggest bullies. When he isn’t calling the Pope a “dope” or screaming at Christian kids for walking out on his anti-Christian screeds, he’s writing pornographic columns, redefining Rick Santorum’s name in perverse ways, and licking doorknobs to infect Gary Bauer with the flu. He’s a sick and sad human being, and yet he’s visited the White House and hung out with Joe Biden. Go figure.
Occupy Wall Street. Not everyone in the Occupy Wall Street movement is a degenerate loser who hates Jews, earners, and showers. But far too many Occupiers are. The media’s love affair with Occupy demonstrates the media’s willingness to overlook any act by anyone remotely associated with the socialistic cause – hell, it’s why Che is on t-shirts, but Ted Bundy isn’t, even though Che killed far more people than Bundy. Nonetheless, the Occupy movement is a disgraceful example of just what happens when hatred of America and capitalism is allowed to overcome good sense. The price is paid in rape, murder, and property damage.
Keith Olbermann. His list of hit-quotes doesn’t even bear repeating. Suffice it to say he was so radical that he ended up tossed by both MSNBC and Current TV.
Bill Maher. He plays comedian, someone who will attack both sides. In reality, he’s a vile, formerly-funny little jester dwarf who is misogynistic beyond belief, an anti-religious bigot, and a caricature of the hateful troll leftist. It’s a good thing he stacks his audience with trained seals. If he didn’t, the silence would be deafening.
There are plenty of others. Mike Malloy. Ted Rall. Charles Blow. Max Blumenthal. The list could go on and on. But suffice it to say that before SPLC casts the first stone, it should ensure that it and its leftist friends don’t live in glass houses.
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