Thursday, March 25, 2010 12:09 PM

Well, they always say times of stress show us the exceptional people... and true to the role of the Champion, Eric Cantor breaks the existing record to achieve a new, previously unheard-of low in the Competition for Most Slimy Hypocrite

So Eric Cantor rises to the title formerly held by such luminaries as Dick Armey (and all the Texas congressmen who are and have been right up there competing for recognition), Pat Buchanan, et al.

That title?

Most vicious, hypocritical, sleazebag, blame-others-for-what-YOU'RE-doing, soulless, conscienceless sonofabitch -- smiling and claiming that the violence is the fault of the Democrats who are talking about the attacks on them. This is the game of Holocaust semi-deniers who point a finger at European Rabbis and insist "THEY caused the holocaust to create sympathy for their own world takeover."

(Just coincidentally, note that none of the vicious morons who egged them on from the Capitol Building balcony were Democrats. They were ALL Republicans as well as being slavering monsters.)

And, as a Jew, it is as painful to note that Cantor is also Jew as it was some years ago to see news footage of the late and unlamented Meier Kahane. (In the world of reincarnation, it was clever for Adolf Hitler to come back as a Jew. But as soon as Kahane opened that sewer he called a mouth, it became obvious where -- and what -- he was coming from.).)

Cantor's people are out there screaming the REAL words, not the N-words -- I'll put them here because even in print they're harsh and threatening -- they're screaming "Nigger" and "Faggot" -- and Cantor and his ilk keep apologizing for them saying "Oh only a few of them are racists," when the fact is that only a few of them are rabid enough to scream those words from the safety of a mob while all the rest nodded in approval. Because any of the people in that mob who didn't come down harshly on the race-baiters and gay-bashers ARE ALSO racists and homophobes. As they say about abortion, it's also true of racism and homophobia -- "There's no middle ground." And those twin monstrous bits of insanity -- racism and homophobia -- ARE the primary engines driving the Party-going Teabaggers.

In the wonderful world of nasty dummies, the runner-up is Glenn Beck, the Pillsbury White Boy who denounced the Reps and Senators who linked arms to cross the street against the mob, getting all self-righteous and yelling that those people had no right to adopt the same thing as the people of the 60's Civil Rights Movement because "THOSE PEOPLE sat on the ground," obviously not aware that John Lewis -- one of the linked-arms people -- HAD BEEN one of those people out there in Selma and Birmingham who sat on the ground while dogs and redneck sheriffs (is that redundant?) attacked them.

Ahhh, sometimes (as Civil Rights heroes and other have found out) it's really difficult to adhere to Napoleon's good advice:

"Never interrupt your enemy when he's making a mistake."

And that one always -- in my mind -- goes along with Voltaire's happy statement:

"I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: 
  'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it." 



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