The love and hate of a liberal

The other day, the noted author Norman Mailer made an appearance on FOX's Hannity & Colmes. Right off the bat, he declared George W. Bush his 'spiritual enemy' and gave a curious reason as to why: 'He wrecks the American language.'

So in addition to taking us to the wrong war, contributing to global warming, torturing people, causing the Katrina disaster, and spying on his fellow citizens, George Bush now also stands accused of wrecking the American language.

Isn't it just astonishing what liberals can come up with as they try to rationalize their hatred of this president? It was the same with Ronald Reagan who was also blamed for everything from homelessness to AIDS. Why is it that liberals always hate good men? But give them a serial murderer and they can't find fault with him. Instead, they will turn him into a celebrity telling everyone just what a great person he is.

No one could be a better example of this than Mailer himself. In 1980 he helped Jack Abbot, a convicted killer, to be released on parole. Mailer even arranged for him to publish a book. Not long after his release, Abbott committed another murder.

Vasko Kohlmayer  3 02 06

The other day, the noted author Norman Mailer made an appearance on FOX's Hannity & Colmes. Right off the bat, he declared George W. Bush his 'spiritual enemy' and gave a curious reason as to why: 'He wrecks the American language.'

So in addition to taking us to the wrong war, contributing to global warming, torturing people, causing the Katrina disaster, and spying on his fellow citizens, George Bush now also stands accused of wrecking the American language.

Isn't it just astonishing what liberals can come up with as they try to rationalize their hatred of this president? It was the same with Ronald Reagan who was also blamed for everything from homelessness to AIDS. Why is it that liberals always hate good men? But give them a serial murderer and they can't find fault with him. Instead, they will turn him into a celebrity telling everyone just what a great person he is.

No one could be a better example of this than Mailer himself. In 1980 he helped Jack Abbot, a convicted killer, to be released on parole. Mailer even arranged for him to publish a book. Not long after his release, Abbott committed another murder.

Vasko Kohlmayer  3 02 06