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Democrats And Their “I Hope You Die” Rhetoric – Where’s Obama Calling For Civility?

Ellen Barkin is a “has been” actress.  Never particularly crafted at her career but many aren’t.  But she’s always been a devoted Democrat – proving to all of America, that the real “hateful” and “uncivil” rhetoric in the country, comes from Democrats.

This is particularity despicable – hoping people will die in a hurricane .

And what a vile human being.



4 comments on “Democrats And Their “I Hope You Die” Rhetoric – Where’s Obama Calling For Civility?

  1. Invisible Mikey
    August 28, 2012

    Well, it’s an unkind, impolite sentiment that Barkin tweeted, but I can’t see your reaction as being any more measured or compassionate. I try neither to heed the political advice of actors, nor the movie reviews offered by politicians.


    • Sembawang Bolo
      August 29, 2012

      Mickey, to say Jackson’s and Barkin’s death wishes to Republicans at the expense of destroying an entire state were “unkind” and “impolite” is not only a gross understatement, but revealing of the frightening inability to discern truly evil people. Here’s a clue for you: it’s evil to wish death and destruction upon a group of people just because they’re conservatives or Republicans. If you’re still in a cloud of misunderstanding, then pick up a Bible and read the denouncement Jesus had for just calling someone a “fool” let alone wishing people to “die”.


  2. RightyPunditry
    August 28, 2012

    My post wasn’t meant to be full of phony compassion, but to expose the hypocrisy of Democrats/ Liberals. We’re continually lectured by Obama, Democrats in the House/ Senate and liberal biased news media that we (Republ/ Conservatives) are to be “civil”, “measured in tone” (as after the AZ shooting). But when liberals (actor Sam Jackson tweeted the same “die” type comment) drop hate-bombs that Republicans should die, there’s SILENCE from these exact same people. It’s called hypocrisy.


  3. Invisible Mikey
    August 29, 2012

    Again, I reiterate it’s unwise to accept the statements of actors, celebrities, sports figures, your pastor, rabbi or imam, or anyone else whose field of expertise is not related, as having weight or credence about politics. I respect the opinions spoken or written by the actual people running for office, and also credentialed historians and journalists with a track record, as opposed to spin doctors and bloviators from either side. I’m certainly no expert either. My opinion’s no more qualified than that of a pundit. I’m just a voter who’s already heard 10,000 lies and mis-statements over the course of the 19 Presidential election cycles I’ve lived through. I don’t react with shame, horror or anger to dumb stuff as much as when I was younger. Hypocrisy is pretty ordinary too, if you’re talking about humans. For less of a tendency to need self-delusion, I prefer dogs.


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