Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Why Pamela Geller is hated

Dennis Prager

Pamela Geller – the woman whose group, the American Freedom Defense Initiative, organized the Muhammad cartoon drawing contest in Garland, Texas – may be the most hated person in America right now. She is certainly the left’s chief villain. And, sad to say, though few conservatives hate her, more than a few have condemned her. The question is why?

Here are three reasons.

Reason One: The left hates those who confront evil…..
Reason Two: Moral confusion…….
Reason Three: Lack of courage……..

This combination – of the steep moral decline of the American left; the inability of too many Americans to reason morally; and the greater value increasingly placed on protecting (certain) people’s feelings than on protecting freedom of speech – is why a woman who did nothing more than organize a contest to draw cartoons of Muhammad may be the most reviled American alive……To Read More…..

My Take - Take any issue in which the left has a position and you will find these same three reasons apply. Conservatives as a whole are grounded in the moral foundation of Judaic/Christian principles. The left in - its entirety - is bereft of any moral foundation and will shift positions according the winds of the day.  There is only one moral imperative all leftists share.  They believe they deserve to rule everyone else's life - via central planning by a few "brilliant" minds - irrespective of 225 years of failure starting with the French Revolution.  To be a leftist requires one to be irrational, misanthropic, morally defective and I have to believe psychologically impaired to the point of insanity.  That can be the only explanation why they found it so easy to murder 100 million innocent people in the 20th century for political expediency, and in the case of Mao who murdered over 30 million people by starving them to death because he sold the food they needed to live in order to buy armament.  And he stated those deaths might not be sufficient to attain his "utopia".     

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