Welcome To Teletubby Land!
After the Shock & Awe carpet-bombing of Republicus by Bargholz, Lee Harvey Jeff slithers back in and takes the opportunity to stroke and soothe the ruffled feathers of "The People" with his faux-folksy Hillaryesque "Gosh-By-Golly-Be-Darn" hokey manner by assurring "everyone": "Now-now, children, don't worry, he's just a big ol' mean ogre who's a 'sick, psychotic fuck' who only Republicus thinks is funny but who we all now know has proven that conservatism is dangerous and scary, as I've been warning you all along. Me? I'm just a sweet ol' liberal who likes to play footsies and loves everyone--except, of course, the evil conservatives, who brainwashed my good ol' friend poor John who I'm nevertheless hoping will come around and join us in our united front against Bargholz, even though he's 'far gone.' But just ignore the one and humor the other, while we take the liberal high road and be nice to each other. Don't worry, I won't bite. Here, taste this, you'll like it. :) :) :)."
And Kelly, like Eve in Eden drawn to the snake in the pretty fruit tree, with its reptilian smile and a forked-tongue darting in and out, rhetorically asks:
"Does that mean that nice people aren't conservative?? ;)"
And the snake slyly--but quite seriously--answers:
"Why yes it does Kelly, didn't you know that??"
And the snake slips:
"It's part of the secret liberal radar we have to identify each other with while out in public."
M-hm. It takes one to know one, and conservatives are just so clueless to the "wink-wink" understanding and the "us" versus "them" collaborative attitude liberals harbor.
But Kelly didn't ask about some secret "radar" or sign that liberals use to wink-wink identify each other (and therefore admitting that they need to hide their identity--and an agenda-- when out in the open), nor invite the implication that Lee Harvey "identifies" her as a secret liberal, to be hooked and slowly reeled in to his liberal world (though Bargholz himself called Kelly a "liberal Mormon," which may have whetted Lee Harvey's appetite for recruitment potential).
What Lee Harvey is trying to do, in the wake of Bargholz's Shock & Awe, and as a contrast, is to slyly present himself as some non-judgmental, universally-tolerant, loving, and well-mannered gentleman who holds doors open for ladies and gives up his place in line-- simultaneously implying that meany conservatives don't do that, and that, furthermore, such conservative protocols of chivalry and graciousness are the hallmarks of liberalism!
They're not. Gentlemanly behavior such as holding the door open for ladies is a definitively conservative behavior and is considered condescending by liberal feminists (who are at or near the vanguard of liberalism).
And conservatives don't budge in front of people and ignore other courtesies like liberals do, as impelled by angry, egotistical self-entitlement.
Behold liberal representative Congressman Patrick Kennedy's scuffle with airport security screeners.
What did the lowly airport personnel think they were doing?
Well, he was a Kennedy, and had a plane to catch!
And liberal representative Congresswoman Cynthia Mckinnon's scuffle with U.S. Capital Security personnel.
What did that lowly U.S. Capital Security screener think he was doing?
Well, she was a Congressperson! And a black female, too!
Yes, liberals, as Lee Harvey "reminds":
You know, the person who holds the elevator door for you when you scream 'hold that door.'Yes, Kelly is just screaming to get away from conservatives like Bargholz, and, by extension, Republicus, and go for a ride in Lee Harvey's own magic Wee Willy Wonka elevator (which goes sideways and backwards).
Look what he does here:
Ok Kelly and Sanjay, I'm again with you guys. Yes Kelly I know...Yes Sanjay and Kelly--"again"-- you're all on the same team (and yes Kelly, "he knows.").
The same team against Bargholz and:
But honestly, John, this guy is immature as all get out, he is huimorless, and yet you howl out loud laughing?
Oo! What can that mean?
Let's see, Bargholz is a "sick, psychotic, fuck," so therefore JOHN...
I'm not really sure at what? I haven't really seen anything very funny come from him, he just seems really sad to me, like something is just not quite right inside there.What's Lee Harvey's deal?
He's like Orson the Pig from Orwell's Animal Farm.
"Sadness"--or pity--was not your original reaction.
It was hate (Bargholz is a "sick, psychotic fuck").
He's just taking the opportunity now, with the dust settling, and with the attention on Bargholz, to sneak back in and pose as a high-minded "nice" guy (who "hopes Bush gets assassinated") who can only feel "pity" for poor Bargholz.
He is now not just "sad," but "really sad," and "something ain't just right in there, folks."
i.e. "Bargholz is mentally ill."
That's what Lee Harvey does (like most liberals): He extends a "caring" hand but uses the other one to slip a knife into the character on the World Wide Web.
Then, with smiles around, :)Lee Harvey :), after patting the seat next to him, now holds open the door...
...to Teletubby Land, the Land of Liberalism-, a rainbow-colored cutsey-wootsie place where the leader of the commune is a purse-carrying purple freak with a triangle radar--or "gay-dar"--on his head, a thyroid problem, and an ambiguous sexual identity.
Several years ago, a prominent televangelist (Robertson? Falwell?) told his viewing audience that the Teletubby creators were subliminally transmitting a liberal, homosexual agenda into the minds of children, and he claimed that Tinky Winky, in particular, was gay: He carried a "magic purse," had the symbol for Act-Up on his head (i.e. a triangle), and so forth.
Of course, the televangelist was ferociously ridiculed for that, and the creators denied it.
But the Left often gives itself away by protesting--or ridiculing--that much more vociferously against something that hits too close to home.
Republicus believes that the creators of the Teletubbies are indeed cunning liberals going after the impressionable minds of young children.
The Teletubbies all resemble aliens, and none of them can speak a word of coherent English.
They have a robot vacuum cleaner for a nanny, always cleaning up after their messes with the stressed-with-worried eyes of a beleaguered mom.
But everything is just so cute and happy and, of course, "nice." :)
The God of Teletubby Land--the Land of Liberalism--is the sun in the sky, superimposed by a spluttering, giggling baby-face.
Indeed, the God of Teletubby Land is one of infantile imbecility: an egocentric, tabula rasa that is kept entertained and distracted by meaningless drivel (like the stuff on the televisions that the Teletubbies have pasted on their bellies).
He--or she, or he-she--is utterly ineffectual and inconsequential.
But so cute! :)
But there are religious symbols, though: The ubiquitous rabbits, which are pagan symbols of fertility.
The green teletubby has a long rod on his head.
The little red female has a ring.
And they all love to wiggle their buttocks.
The show is symbolically obscene but packaged saccharin-sweet for child consumption.
But who made the little hobbit-holes for the Teletubbies? Not the Teletubbies. They can't even eat ice-cream without making the robot nanny's existence a robotic hell.
There is an authoritarian there, the only adult voice, a disembodied one, but not the kind of serious baritone voice one associates with a Law-giving Deity.
There is no Law-giving Deity.
There is no Judge.
That would be no "fun."
There is only a soothing, patronizing, and controlling tenor that tells the Teletubbies what they're feeling, when it's time to play, eat, and sleep, and when one of them makes a boo-boo.
And that voice would be the liberals--like Lee Harvey-- in the ideal, liberal world: The Voice of the State.
And the Teletubbies would be "The People"--who, in elitist Liberalspeak, are ultimately interchangeable with "The Children."
Just listen to Lee Harvey's patronizing, condescending tone, and his assurances that he "knows."
That attitude and tone is not peculiar to Lee Harvey.
Just listen to Hillary.
The antiwar Left loves to refer to our fighting men and women of the armed forces as "Our kids" and "Our children."
If that is how they refer to America's warriors, then what do they think of the average Joe & Jane?
Yes, the liberals love Teletubby Land for "everyone"--except themselves...because someone has to be the babysitter.
The "environmentally-conscious" liberal can rail against "corporatism" and "Big Oil" and scolds private citizens--the Teletubbies-- for driving SUVs, while they themselves receive dividends from Exxon-Mobil and fly on private jets.
The "Pro-Choice" liberals attack the policy for School Choice for the Teletubbies and sing the praises of the public school system of Teletubby Land--but send their own offspring to elite private schools.
The liberals attack the "secretiveness" of the Bush Administration (because there just has to be evidence on all the wrongdoing they're accused of commiting somewhere!) while the presumptive Democratric nominee for the presidency attempted to hijack 1/7 of the nation's economy behind closed doors in an attempt to socialize the healthcare industry for the Teletubbies.
The liberals attack the tax-cuts for the Teletubbies while having their cash in tax-sheltered investments.
The liberals bewail the privatization of Social Security for the Teletubbies--which would be simply offering the same options they themselves have and exercize.
Bargholz rails against the culture of the enemy our nation is at war with and who are killing our soldiers.
Liberal Lee Harvey calls him a "sick, psychotic fuck" for disturbing Teletubby Land.
(using racial epithets does not make one "sick" or "psychotic," just loutish)
The liberals want to control everything. They think they know what's best for everyone, because everyone is a cute little Teletubby who can't think for themselves and who can barely speak English.
And they--"We The People," the Teletubbies-- must rely on "The Know-Better Adults"--i.e. the liberals, the State --for their very existence, and to tell them what to do and when to do it.
Don't worry: A robot nanny will be provided to clean up after us-- although, like any socialist program, it's not the most efficient nor effective contraption.
And into Teletubby Land stomps the ogre Bargholz, who grabs an edge of the artifial turf and yanks it out from under the feet of the Teletubbies, sending them and the rabbits airborne head over heels.
And he YELLS: "WAKE UP! You're NOT TELETUBBIES! Pay no attention to the voice behind the curtain!"
And that's why liberal Lee Harvey hates Bargholz like no one here does, calling him a "sick, psychotic fuck" from behind his curtain:
Because Bargholz may be many things, but he will never be a Teletubby, and Lee Harvey knows that.
And Republicus thanks Bargholz for breaking a few plates and throwing some furniture--drunk or sober--because, really, the blog of Republicus IS NO PLACE FOR TELETUBBIES.
And he thanks him for respecting Republicus enough to speak his mind freely and not care what other people think as opposed to using transparently low-level weasel words and hiding what you really think and are for the sake of slyly discrediting your host and shmoozing his guests.
Like I've said before, Lee Harvey, you're a fool if you don't think I see right through your words.