January 27, 2014

Let's check in on the moonbat comicbook creators!

Look! It's our old pal Ron "STFU" Marz whose mocking those who would mock the fact that Hillary Clinton hasn't driven a car since 1996:

Yeah, because we all know that an example of being "out of touch" in the early 1860s was "not driving a car in some time," right? At least, if the GOP makes this an actual issue, it'll be based on something real, unlike this perpetual lie. And Marz ain't done -- he then goes on to mock Benghazi:

Stay classy, Ron.

Marz also perfectly demonstrates why he, like so many other insulated "progressives," lives in a bubble:

It's bad enough he cites the ever-predictable Frank Rich, but as if Fox News is unique in being a sort of "echo chamber." Only one as comfortably (by choice, natch) isolated as Marz would think FNC stands alone in that regard. As with many others, he's just miffed that there is a [lone] network that grinds against the liberal MSM behemoth. That's a cryin' shame, Ron.

Lastly, he tweets:

And the last part is stupid, isn't it? Having to be 21 to buy a beer, that is. Yet, you only have to be 18 to die for your country. Who knows, maybe Marz would like to raise that to 21. But if that's the case, then we should repeal the 26th Amendment, right? Because that was a big reason (only having to be 18 to be drafted, but 21 to vote) that amendment was ratified.

Next, Gail Simone is upset because a plaque of Boss Obama in Eugene, Oregon (a very "progressive" enclave, mind you, but she skips that part) has been vandalized including -- gasp! -- racial slurs:

While this is certainly not a very pleasant happening, I wonder how many tweets Simone offered up when likenesses of George W. Bush were vandalized -- including her peer Erik Larsen's [never published] cover of his character Savage Dragon punching out the former president. So, break out the small violins, everybody.

Elsewhere, Simone is so LIV-ish, she is clueless as to why the store Hobby Lobby doesn't want to provide certain aspects of health insurance to its employees:

Here's why, you dope. Because before the clusterf*** known as ObumbleCare, entities like Hobby Lobby didn't have to go against their religious conscience for things like including contraceptives in their health plans. I wonder how'd Simone would feel if a Muslim-owned restaurant was mandated to serve pork products.

Aaaaand then there's our bud Dan Slott who retweets the following:

*Sigh* First, that actually is freedom. The essence of a free people means having the means to defend yourself. Second, it is beyond hyperbolic to say you cannot go out in public without fear of getting shot. But gun grabbers do this routinely. Even though so-called mass shootings have actually declined over the years.

Here's something to consider, Dan: How about actually enforcing the gun laws already on the books? I mean, our VP, Joe "Plugs" Biden, actually said that "we simply donít have the time or manpower to prosecute everybody" who breaks various gun laws. So, naturally, we need more gun laws! Or, how about doing something about the lenient judges who let people serve ridiculously light sentences for using a gun in the commission of a crime?

Nah. Much easier to f*** with law-abiding citizens who are totally responsible with their guns.

Remember, it's easy to shrug off what these dopes say, and ultimately in the big picture, their opinions mean little. But keep in mind they have thousands of LIV Twitter followers who hang on every word they say. Reminds me of a certain White House occupant and those who voted for him ...

Posted by Hube at January 27, 2014 05:44 PM | TrackBack

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I was wondering when this feature would be coming back!

"Remember, it's easy to shrug off what these dopes say, and ultimately in the big picture, their opinions mean little. But keep in mind they have thousands of LIV Twitter followers who hang on every word they say."

Indeed, that's just the problem. These dopes are ultimately nobodies, but they have like-minded drones who eat up their every word and will go to blogs (like yours, Avi's and Doug's, for example) to defend their favorite creators no matter what, as though the creators were gods. Just like Obama supporters.

They all continue to prove just out of touch they are, just like Hollywood and other sectors of the entertainment industry. They live in a bubble. They'd rather take away the rights of law-abiding citizens based on the actions of a few psychos who go on killing sprees, which as you noted, have declined in recent years.

And obviously Gail Simone doesn't believe in respecting religious freedom, as long as the religion in question is Christianity. If a Muslim store were forced to sell pork products, she'd go apes***.

Posted by: Carl at January 27, 2014 10:32 PM

I was just scrolling around
comics [dot] drivethrustuff (it's pretty neat, go look at it) and thought "oh this looks interesting for cheap"... "oh it's by Ron Marz"... "oh never mind".

The essence of a free people means having the means to defend yourself. Second, it is beyond hyperbolic to say you cannot go out in public without fear of getting shot.

Yeah. You could get stabbed in public. Or bludgeoned with a blunt object. Or...

Hmmm... it's like humans haven't needed guns to kill each other or something.

It's a dangerous world, people. Thank God every day you made it to that one.

Posted by: Nate Winchester at January 30, 2014 09:08 AM

Ron Marz said that? If he did, that's a far cry from the "Dead Kids. STFU." comment he made after Sandy Hook.

Posted by: Carl at January 30, 2014 02:03 PM

Nate's block quote is taken from the post (my words), Carl.

Posted by: Hube at January 30, 2014 02:10 PM

D'OH! My mistake, Hube. Now I feel stupid. I agree with you, obviously.

Posted by: Carl at January 30, 2014 02:29 PM

LOL, no worries! :-)

Posted by: Hube at January 30, 2014 03:13 PM

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