NYT columnist Charles Blow thinks conservatives are dangerous…
But Khalid Sheik Mohammad? Not so much.
Here’s Charles on conservative commentators:
But, it’s not all just harmless talk. For some, their disaffection has hardened into something more dark and dangerous.
As the comedian Bill Maher pointed out, strong language can poison weak minds, as it did in the case of Timothy McVeigh. (We sometimes forget that not all dangerous men are trained by Al Qaeda.)
And here he is describing how he’s unafraid of having mass murdering terrorists on trial in NYC:
We love this city, and nothing and no one will make us afraid to be in it. We refuse to be cowed by cowards — not by those hiding in the Hindu Kush or by those hyperventilating in the halls of Congress.
Conservatives are scary and dangerous. Terrorists? Well, they’re just a figment of our insane conservative imaginations.
Posted by Karol at 04:41 PM
I wonder what he thinks of Kieth Olbermann.
One word: idiotic. Perhaps moronic. Oh, that’s two words. It is amazing when extreme neo-nazi’s , let’s say, march, the liberal saviors of civility lump those losers (and drain on the gene pool) in with conservatives or republicans. However, which side is always violent? Hmmm. (see G-20 protests, healthcare protests) Side note. Do you have to be an idiot to work at the NYT? Sorry for the really really really really uncivil discourse. I’ll go to confession now.
The reason Charles Blow and Bill Maher believe conservatives are more “dangerous” than jihadists, is because Blow and Maher see conservatives as their enemy.
Why does Bill Maher, who called the pope a Nazi and suggested that VP Dick Cheney’s death would save lives in Iraq, get to police so-called “inflammatory rhetoric”?