It would truly take an army of full time researchers and rebuttal agents to keep up with and refute all the idiotic lies and deceitful propaganda constantly spewing from the Liberal media sewer; however, here is a typical piece of completely untrue slime by someone named Froma Harrop:
Make no mistake: The tea party Republicans have engaged in economic terrorism against the United States — threatening to blow up the economy if they don’t get what they want. And like the al-Qaida bombers, what they want is delusional: the dream of restoring some fantasy caliphate in which no one pays taxes, while the country is magically protected from foreign attack and the elderly get government-paid hip replacements.
The entire rant, if you want to waste valuable time in your life, can be found here.
I’ll take the slightest moments from my valuable time to address this desperate Liberal nonsense. Comparing Tea Party Republicans to terrorists is both despicable and desperate, and it illustrates the Left’s inability to conduct a political discussion free of invective since invective, lies and false accusations are really all that they have to operate with.
This is especially interesting in light of Liberals’ seeming inability to recognize or acknowledge real terrorists and terrorism where they so obviously exist. Tea Party Republicans did not threaten to ‘blow up the economy’, nor could they have; that is the first lie. They attempted to prevent the bloated federal government from borrowing (read stealing) another 2.5 Trillion dollars from future generations and force the feds to live within their income like the rest of us. The economy would not have ‘blown up’ had the additional 2.5 Trillion dollars in debt not been accumulated; that is the second lie: government would simply have had to cut back on any number of its illegitimate functions and its spending. Living within means may seem ‘delusional’ to people like Harrop, as it seems to be for nearly all Liberals, but I assure you, it is not delusional; what is delusional is assuming that money can be printed, borrowed and spent indefinitely with no consequences. Adding 7 Trillion dollars to our debt and then preaching to us about fiscal responsibility is hyper-hypocrisy, or madness, or both. As to “the dream of restoring some fantasy caliphate in which no one pays taxes, while the country is magically protected from foreign attack and the elderly get government-paid hip replacements”, that is the third lie: this is no fantasy which any conservative I know harbors; in fact, I think the absurdity of the assumption demonstrates the utter insanity of Harrop’s rant, and the real fantasy is that anyone would actually think anyone else could think such a thing—the fantasy is in Harrop’s head, and there alone. If anyone knows this author, please get him/her some serious psychological help at once.
So, in two short sentences, Harrop offers three blatant lies plus plenty of cliché Liberal invective and false accusation; pretty impressive. As Michael Savage has said, Liberalism truly is a mental disorder, and this is simply another of endless examples.