Monday, September 07, 2009

A Voice From The Past

David Sirota, (who Dave Budge used to refer to as "The Putz") was on CNN talking about the Van Jones resignation. Actually, that's not quite true. For those of us who remember him, he seems to have completely gone off the deep end. Some of the more interesting comments:
And what I think what's going on here is that the White House is listening to the right-wing's political terrorists, people like Glenn Beck, people like conservative activists who have targeted Van Jones because Van Jones is an African-American with a progressive movement background working on behalf of social justice.
What happened here was that Van Jones was originally targeted because he's an African-American man who worked on behalf of social justice issues.
I think what the White House has done has said to a right wing lynch mob that they will accept their demands, their politically -- their political terrorism.

And what you're going to see is this White House, you cannot appease political terrorists. You cannot appease a right-wing lynch mob.

And so the next time, the next target of this lynch mob, I think, you're not going to be able to appease them. I think the White House is on the retreat. And I think it's really been a political mistake as much as anything.
It was a witch hunt, and a lynch mob going after this guy

Ran the whole panoply of accusations there now, didn't he? The only thing that I think that he left out was the the accusers are also homophobes, then he would have completed the trifecta. It's amusing watching the Left become so unhinged, they are pulling out all the stops, and it still isn't stopping the opposition. Whatever will they do?
Watch for yourself.



UPDATE: Apparently, he forgot psychopaths, but he managed to add it in in regards to the Obama school speech.

2 comments:

Craig said...

The only thing missing is the warning to beware of the frumious Bandersnatch.

Sirota is supposed to be literate. Where is the portmanteau?

Steve said...

I think that his anger has caused him to lose his mind. (what little he had).