By Mike Gallagher
America, how does the liberal hate thee? allow us to count number the methods . . .
It’s labor being a liberal nowadays. not just do a trifling 20 percentage of american citizens determine themselves as liberal, yet you can still pass broke assisting a thin double-decaf Starbucks behavior. On most sensible of that, should you hate issues such a lot americans love, it’s tiring to need to forever correct/educate/fix/enlighten the negative dullards in the market who simply are looking to take pleasure in their lives. Which, taken as a complete, makes the typical liberal lonely, brief on money, and mad as hell! So, within the spirit of the compassion they themselves espouse, 50 issues Liberals like to Hate is fact spoken with love, a call for participation to the disenfranchised: it’s now not too past due, liberals, to hitch the joys! C’mon, crack open a Bud and throw one other T-bone at the grill. yet kindly cost your disdain on the door in terms of:
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I stay away from psychoanalyst’s couch scenes. ” And John Wayne once said, “Sure I wave the American flag. Do you know a better flag to wave? Sure I love my country with all her faults. ” All of those quotations irritate liberals. Keep that in mind when considering something less serious, like the way liberals bend over backward to pronounce certain foreign names. The American pronunciation is always wrong in the liberal mind. Remember how upset they were when George H. W. Bush would pronounce Saddam more like sadam—as in madam?
In the parking lots and on the ballcaps, you occasionally catch glimpses of the old Stars and Bars, and a NASCAR event without a country music star singing the national anthem is almost impossible to imagine. That immediately eliminates NASCAR from contention as a favorite anything for liberals. Liberals hate the American South. ) But they especially hate the unapologetic American South. And that’s really the root of their NASCAR animosity. —and it’s certainly not the threat of physical injury.
In Wayne’s last film, The Shootist, he plays a rather unpleasant sort—well, a jerk, frankly—a hired gun who has a few scores to settle before he succumbs to a terminal disease. The script called for Wayne’s character, John Bernard Books, to kill a man by shooting him in the back. Nope. Not happening. Wayne insisted that the scene be changed because in 250 films he had never shot a man in the back and his interpretation of his character, Books—regardless of how unpleasant Books was—would not allow it.