Saturday, November 06, 2004

Getting In Touch With Their Inner Che.

Vandals Hit Republican Headquarters in North Carolina (tip: Drudge):

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Vandals spray painted vulgar messages on the walls of the North Carolina Republican Party headquarters and left a burned effigy depicting President Bush and Sen. John Kerry, police said.

Authorities detained several suspects early Saturday, hours after the attacks took place Friday night, but had not filed any charges, police spokesman Jim Sughrue said.

A police officer reported Friday that about 100 people wearing masks and gloves were walking down a street near the headquarters, authorities said.

Here's a clue for all you self-styled "progressives."


In spite of the bribes offered, the lies told, the assaults on persons and property, and the other nonsense that your side pulled, you lost the presidential election.

Get over it.

We refuse to be a living prop in your ideological fantasies. We refuse to bind ourselves with the chains that you offer us. And we refuse to embark on the path that ultimately leads to the anonymous ditch outside of town.

This isn't Russia in 1917. We know about the ultimate results of your ideological fantasy and will not go down that path without a fight.

So go home, grow up, and get a life.

And I have special message for all those schissekopfe who feel that its cool to wear a Che Guevara shirt in public: Che was the inhuman piece of excrement that Comrade Castro put in charge of "liquidating enemies of the people", which in reality meant shooting anyone with property to steal or who otherwise had a mind or conscience of their own.

In short, Che Guevara was a bloody communist mass murderer. Wearing a Che shirt in a free nation is as disgusting as wearing a Heinrich Himmler shirt in Tel Aviv.

And wearing a Che shirt says that you are no better than a bloody murderer.

The only reason that you aren't beaten to a bloody pulp and hanged from a convenient tree or lamp post is that we are better than you and the murderer that you call a hero.


Anonymous said...

Ah, recycling Che again I see. No new heroes of course, just the same old tired propaganda. These fools think by putting lipstick on a crocodile, they can change the nature of the beast.

I must admit, pseudo-revolutionaries are fun to watch. They love to talk the talk, but most of them are too busy watching MTV to die for a cause. Besides, many of them come to the realization that after the revolution there won't be any air-conditioning.

Leslie Bates said...

If you'll pardon me for doing an impression of a moonbat:

"But wealth is evil and suffering is good and we must make every sacrifice possible for the good of the planet/trees/peat moss..."

One should never underestimate their capacity for spinning bugs into features.

Jay McHue said...

Well said! (Anything else I could say would be woefully inadequate.)

Leslie Bates said...

Actually, I forgot to slip in the bit about getting a job.