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As conservative children died, liberals politicized, but didn't cry
What's a liberal to do during a disaster when President George Bush (R) (either one) isn't president but liberal GOD, President Barack Hussein Obama (D), is? No problem--just blame conservative failures for setting up the present situation and then joke about it--even the tragedy that is now unfolding in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma is in the center of an area known as Tornado Alley. As NPR explains
But hey, the facts of life in flyover country can't interfere with the basic liberal instinct to oppose Republicans and politicize the situation in Washington.
While first responders and volunteers were searching for survivors and rescuing children from the caved in school, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), speaking in the Senate, blamed the Republicans for requesting disaster aid--and indirectly being responsible for the tornado and other disasters.
Watts Up With That blog graphically proves Whitehouse wrong, wrong, wrong!
But...but...maybe Whitehouse can try to ban tornadoes then.
And if that fails, just blame the victims. And gloat that they deserve their fate. As did Lizz Winstead who is a "writer/Producer/Comedian. Co creator of The Daily Show. I point out crackpottery & stuff smart people write.
This is the more than crackpottery and stuff smart person, important person Lizz tweeted "Tornado just bumped me from MSNBC. "
OMG--even MSNBC has some news priorities! And they're not her!
Later, notoriously, another comic tweet; "This tornado is in Oklahoma so clearly it has been ordered to only target conservatives.
Embarrassed, she later deleted the tweet but it lives on in tweet heaven. Well, actually she wasn't embarrassed. As she defiantly explains, "I only deleted it because a few people from OK asked me to. It's been screen grabbed, ppl can find it.z'
Oh, those rubes in Oklahoma, asking her to disown something that can easily be found elsewhere! Can't they take a joke? That seems to be the gist of her weak apology 2 1/2 hours after her initial tornado tweet. And the apology is me, me, me!
Uhm, what is to understand? Did the writer/producer/comedian think all tornadoes are like The Wizard of Oz, a mere bad dream? More apologetic tweets, info on donations for tornado relief efforts plus a let me have it twitter site--busy, busy Lizz. Well, good.
Can a Daily Show tornado sketch be far behind?
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