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What the Rightists Believe

Posted by libhom Wednesday, November 18, 2009

It is utterly amazing what the US right believes:

Katie Couric was persecuting Sarah Palin during the famous interview when Ms. Couric was desperately trying to help Palin answer the questions but Palin still screwed it up.

Japan's Emperor Akihito, who has no governing powers, is a "despot."

Anyone who stands up to a rightist bully is just plain mean.

Abortion is "murder," but letting people starve without food stamps is just fine.

Global Warming is a "myth" but supply side economics is not.

Governments ration healthcare, but insurance companies do not.

Rudy Giuliani is the "hero of 911" despite the fact that he put NYC's terrorism response center in the World Trade Center after it had already been bombed by terrorists.

It is intolerant to speak out against intolerance.

"Free trade" creates more jobs for Americans.

It doesn't matter if you make the correct decisions, as long as you make them quickly.

Their marriages are miserable due to same sex couples.

Women shouldn't vote, but they should be pundits.

Science is an evil, liberal plot.

It is intolerant to speak out against the rape of children by Roman Catholic priests.


  1. Lew Scannon Says:
  2. Abortion is "murder," but letting people starve without food stamps is just fine
    It's also okay to let people (including babies) die because they can;'t afford decent health care.

  3. Righties also believe that saying "terrorist" is a valid answer to any question or statement regarding their deluded views.

  4. Dave Says:
  5. But at least they're more fun to have a beer with!

  6. Anonymous Says:
  7. You're so right about the insurance thing. Insurance companies already tell us what they will cover and what they will not--so, if we accept this as routine practice, why is it so much worse if the government does it? My doctor has suggested I have a colonoscopy due to my age and family history. However, my insurance company says they won't pay for such screening, so it's all out of pocket. Unfortunately, I can't afford it--so I do without. It probably isn't anything to worry over, but you never know. The Republicans have NO solution for this.

  8. TomCat Says:
  9. Libhom, the sad thing is that you have only just begun to scratch the surface.



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