“On his radio show yesterday, Malloy delighted in the specter of an avenging angel decapitating “teabaggers” –
… these teabag bastards, who by the way, I just wish they would all go away, or like in Passover, I just wish there was an angel of the Lord that would pass over, instead of killing the first born in all the households of Egypt, just wipe out all the teabaggers. Just, you know, the terrible swift sword, just (Malloy emulates sound of sword cutting repeatedly through the air) lop their heads off.
The first step in Malloy’s long, arduous road to recovery — speaking these things aloud so he can get the help that’s so desperately needed. (Rachel Maddow once told Malloy how liberals love his “dark thoughts”).
Imagine the nationwide gnashing of teeth among leftists if Rush Limbaugh suggested anything remotely comparable for Occupy protesters. The glow from those burning effigies would truly light our world.
How many more times must Malloy say something this unhinged before his sponsors and listeners conclude he’s beyond the pale and they won’t support him?”
“When I decide to stand up for foreign aid, it’s not just about strengthening alliances or promoting democratic values, it’s also about the Biblical call to care for the least of these, for the poor for those at the margins of our society,” Obama says on the video.”
The problem with that is that you’re using money taken by the American taxpayer to pay for all of this spending.
“I hear politicians talking about values in an election year,” Obama said. “I hear a lot about that. Let me tell you about values. Hard work, personal responsibility–those are values. But looking out for one another. That’s a value. The idea that we’re all in this together. I am my brother’s keeper. I am my sister’s keeper. That’s a value.”
The Left loves to invoke the Bible when it suits their purpose. The problem is, like many of their quotes, nowhere in the Bible does the phrase “I am my brother’s keeper” appear. The closest phrase comes from Genesis 4:9 in which God asks Cain where Abel is. Cain replies in what seems to be a sarcastic tone, “Am I my brother’s keeper?”
For argument’s sake, let’s stipulate that “I am my brother’s keeper” is actually in the Bible and let’s go further to suggest that it’s even one of the 10 Commandments. At no point can anyone with a marginal understanding of government and the US Constitution assume being your brother’s keeper means wealth redistribution or that it’s the government’s job to ensure you “keep” your brother.