Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The Bullying By Liberals and Sodomite Activists

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I'm not the only one who sees the bullying by the homosexual activists and liberals:


This is on the Today Show today.  Oh, yeah, it was beyond CNN.  It was in local Arizona Eyeball News there, too, as well.  Mike Taibbi, this is way he set up the reporting of the story on the Today Show today.
TAIBBI:  If Governor Brewer does veto the bill, ultraconservative talkers like Rush Limbaugh say they know who's to blame.
RUSH ARCHIVE:  She's being bullied by the homosexual lobby in Arizona and elsewhere.
RUSH:  Folks, that little innocuous statement, which happens to be nothing more than an observation of what's going on, literally caused liberal brains and heads to explode last night....
So, anyway, that's the Today Show.  Now, here is KPNX Eyeball 12 news at 10 in Phoenix.  This is the anchor Lin Sue Cooney reporting about Mitt Romney and me on the Arizona bill.
COONEY:  Mitt Romney has become the latest high profile public figure to criticize the bill.  Rush Limbaugh is on the other side, saying, quote, "the governor of Arizona is being bullied.  She's being bullied by the homosexual lobby in Arizona and elsewhere.  She's being bullied by the nationwide Drive-By Media.  She's being bullied by certain elements of corporate America in order to advance the gay agenda."
RUSH:  How is this...? How is this even a matter of discussion?  She is being bullied.  That is part of the way the left gets its way, is to bully every opponent practically on every issue.  They've successfully bullied the Republicans into submission.  You know what the Republican position on this is?  (frightened) "Governor Brewer, please just veto it so it will go away!  It's gonna kill us if you sign it! Oh, God! Oh, don't! Don't! Please veto it!  Do what they say!"
They want her to veto and get it to go away. "Just, please!" The Republican Party has been successfully bullied to the point now of submission.  
RUSH:  I have no trouble admitting to you, folks, I find this hilarious. It's such a teachable moment.  It is so hilarious.  There's no question she's being bullied, and yet I'm the bad guy for pointing it out.  There's no other conclusion you can draw, in terms of the pressure that is being exerted on the governor in order to achieve the outcome they desire.  They're not just passively waiting for the governor to make up her own mind.
There's no passivity going on out there.  There's not any patience or people just waiting to see what she does.  Of course they're engaged here in bullying. You know, I guess what bothers them is that they think "bullying" is exclusively a conservative thing.  That's what bugs them. I'm turning around on it, calling them bullies.  Of course, they're incapable of that kind of behavior.  You know, if they don't like "bullying," what would be a better word be? 
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