More Reasons to Despise Liberals

My wife hates it when I say I hate something or someone, but she usually gives me a pass when I substitute the word “despise.” I suppose it doesn’t sound so personal. Also, hatred is said to infect the hater. I don’t really feel that way. I think openly hating evildoers is a wonderful release. That way you don’t keep the honest emotion bottled up, where the pressure can build up like a can of soda that’s been shaken until it finally explodes.

In any case, exploding is what I feel like doing when liberals spout their lies and, compounding the insult, expect us to be dumb enough to believe them.

For instance, Jay Carney, our own version of Saddam Hussein’s personal parrot, Baghdad Bob, recently said that he would never lie for the administration. He reported that he had met with several former presidential press secretaries, and they all agreed that if they ever started lying, they would lose all credibility with the Washington press corps.

Well, for openers, 95% of the White House press corps spend 100% of their time lying on behalf of this administration. So credibility counts for nothing with this gang of propagandists. But is there anyone anywhere who believed Mr. Carney when he was asked if Hilary Rosen, (the dippy Democratic operative who accused Ann Romney, the mother of five sons, of never having worked a day in her life, had actually spent as much time visiting the White House as Michelle Obama), and he feigned confusion, saying that he personally knew three different Hilary Rosens?

Well, I’m Jewish and I’ve never met a single Hilary Rosen in my 72 years. Perhaps if Carney had been asked how many he knew who spelled Hilary with one “l,” it would have narrowed things down for him.

When it came out that Obama secretly went behind the back of Congress and authorized $192 million for the Palestinian Authority, White House spokesman Tommy Vietor said it was appropriate because the Authority had fulfilled its major obligations, such as recognizing Israel’s right to exist, renouncing violence and accepting the Road Map to Peace. This not only came as a surprise to Congress, which had cut off funding to the PA, aka Hamas, but to the Palestinian Authority, which had done none of those three things, and had no intention of doing them.

For his part, Obama, the emir-in-chief, insisted that we needed to fund this gang of terrorists for the sake of national security. He didn’t mention which nation he had in mind.

You have to wonder, though, if when this administration goes looking to hire spokesmen, do they specify that only born liars need apply?

When it comes to Joe Biden, the question is always whether he’s actually lying through his painted teeth or if he’s just being his usual stupid self. For instance, while Obama was going around patting himself on the back for green-lighting the execution of Osama bin Laden, Biden, who had already over-sold it as the most audacious event in human history, claimed he had opposed the operation. Well, as John McCain, Charles Krauthammer and others have long pointed out, Biden’s vast foreign policy expertise consisted of being wrong every single time the buffoon had either voted or spoken out on the topic during his 36 years in the U.S. Senate.

Complicit with Biden was Bill Clinton, who solemnly narrated an Obama campaign ad, insisting that it took great courage for Obama to have okayed the Navy Seals operation. I guess coming from the president who, on more than one occasion, had nixed the killing or capture of Osama bin Laden during the 1990s and then aborted America’s mission in Somalia, lest the nightly news showing American soldiers killing black thugs create a backlash among his most ardent fans, this would strike him as an act of unimaginable courage.

I think Mitt Romney put the whole thing in its proper perspective when, asked if he, too, would have done what Obama did, said, “Of course. Any president would have….even Jimmy Carter.”

The real problem isn’t Obama or the various liars he has on staff, it’s the mass media which coddles him and promotes his agenda. After all, he is likely to be gone after next January, but they’ll still be around, massaging the news on behalf of the Left. As Thomas Jefferson once said, if he had to choose between an honest government and an honest press, he’d choose an honest press.

For instance, not too long ago, in Norfolk, VA, scores of black teenagers dragged a white couple from their car and beat them up, proclaiming it was “for Trayvon.” As if that’s not bad enough, the local paper, the Virginian-Pilot didn’t bother reporting the story. And as if that’s not bad enough, both victims worked for the Virginian-Pilot.

Anyone who thinks it’s a good thing when the media provides cover for criminals just because they happen to be black would do well to read a new book by my friend Harry Stein. In “No Matter What…They’ll Call This Book Racist,” sub-titled “How Our Fear of Talking Honestly About Race Hurts Us All,” Stein bravely reports on the multitude of ways that major newspapers and TV networks endorse black crime and irresponsible behavior by intentionally turning a blind eye to it.

The real tragedy is that we have a black president who would rather hector white people about clinging to their guns and religion than address black Americans about the actual reasons so many of them doom themselves to remain on the lowest rung of society’s ladder. The reasons, as Stein makes clear, include a glaring lack of education, raising children without fathers and a willingness to trade their birthright as Americans for a hand-out from a political party that patronizes and despises them.

Stein possesses the courage that Obama clearly lacks. Obama would much rather tell jokes about Republicans at the Washington Press Club and trade sallies with Jimmy Kimmel.

Obama likes to think of himself as too cool for the room. And he’s right, if the room in question happens to be the Oval Office.

©2012 Burt Prelutsky. Comments? Write!

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Burt Prelutsky, a very nice person once you get to know him, has been a humor columnist for the L.A. Times and a movie critic for Los Angeles magazine. As a freelancer, he has written for the New York Times, Washington Times, TV Guide, Modern Maturity, Emmy, Holiday, American Film, and Sports Illustrated. For television, he has written for Dragnet, McMillan & Wife, MASH, Mary Tyler Moore, Rhoda, Bob Newhart, Family Ties, Dr. Quinn and Diagnosis Murder. In addition, he has written a batch of terrific TV movies. View Burt’s IMDB profile. Talk about being well-rounded, he plays tennis and poker... and rarely cheats at either. He lives in the San Fernando Valley, where he takes his marching orders from a wife named Yvonne and a dog named Angel.
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  • genann59

    Right again, Burt. You do have to admit, Carney lies so much, have you noticed, that even he is starting to squirm with some of his outrageous lies. He has to know that he is lying and that, as he states, everyone knows he is lying and therefore he has no credibility with anyone but his fellow types who are, for the most part, in on the lies already. Anyone who still wastes their time watching him talk to the press holds him in complete contempt, a man willing to lie to the world to earn his livelihood. What an accomplishment for him to tell his grandchildren.

  • wally


  • Terry Walbert

    Burt,  you wrote, “The real problem isn’t Obama or the various liars he has on staff, it’s
    the mass media which coddles him and promotes his agenda.”

    Joseph Goebbels would be envious.  The Minister of Propaganda had the Gestapo and the SS to keep any wayward journalist from deviating from the party line.  Today, our main stream “reporters” do it willingly.  I guess that’s why Rush calls them stenographers.

  • BurtPrelutsky

    cma: It always amazes me when knuckleheads like Cyberquill weigh in with their juvenile comments.  I mean, just how much time must a person have on his hands to not only read material he knows he will disagree with, but then devote even more time to displaying his ignorance?

    I can see why you would think that Jay Carney and the “journalists” poised with their pens and notebooks are part of a staged event.  That’s because they are part of a staged event.  Mr. Carney pretends to be telling the truth and the other actors pretend to be doing their job.


  • cmacrider

    As you sit on your vantage point which is slightly to the Left of Joe Stalin it must be depressing for you to view the vast number of persons who you consider to be “hyper-partisans.”

  • cmacrider

    Burt:  Although I attempt to follow American politics closely, I didn’t realize Jay Carney was supposed to be the real Presidential Press Secretary and those “mass men” in the audience were actually supposed to be real live journalists.  I assumed the whole thing was a set of mini trailers for The Matrix.

  • BurtPrelutsky

    GlenFS: Well said.  A Republican who hopes to get elected has to appeal to moderates and non-partisans if he hopes to get elected.  And if he doesn’t hope to get elected, he or she has no business running. 

    sendtheclunker: I agree with GlenFS.  I understand the desire to have a Republican politician say all the things you and I say because it would be so satisfying.  But it would also be stupid.  Thanks to liberal politicians and th eir hand maidens in the media, anything a Republican says gets skewed and could easily cost them votes.  The important thing is to get our people elected, not to get our rocks off.

    Cyberquill: You lie.  You’ve posted your inane comments here before and you are extremely partisan; you just happen to be a partisan for the wrong side.


  • GlenFS


     I do not hate these despicable merchants of dysfunction.  I give them “true believer” credit for living their pathetic values.  Their tactics, deceptions, and policies that further dependence on big government I despise.  If God can love them, so can I.

  • Rick Johnson

    Robert Gibbs never did perfect lying when he was spokesman. I came to referring to him as ‘Mumbles’ Gibbs. It’s what he did whenever he was uncomfortable with the topic, whether lying for or defending his boss.

  • JohnInMA

    If you are nearly at your hate quota for the administration now, get your teeth guard out and prepare for steady gnashing for the next 5 months.  With Obama having announced his intent to put Romney’s financial background into the top of the left’s attack strategy yesterday, the irritations have only just begun.  I think the “War on Women” strategy will look tame by comparison, because, after all, that has backfired to a certain degree because the face of the attacks (stay at home mom’s as a part) are actually a very sympathetic group to most in the country.  Only the truly hard-left hyper partisans – and a large number of Hollywood types who don’t subscribe to traditional family structure in the first place (same thing?) – are not at least slightly offended by the attacks.

    But the administration and the left – not even just the far left – have done a good job in the past 4 years of laying the groundwork for the rich-guy-hate-fest that we see now.  Wall Street did its part to make it a lot easier, too.  But it seems like there is much less public sympathy for the image that has been built – the greedy rich guy.  Look for the term “private capital” to now become demonized as evil.  Look also for the idea of profit being a balance between good and evil to become a routine thread.  Everything evil will be attributed to the GOP and the demonizing has been in process for a while.  Clearly, the minions have been active for a while at assigning evil traits to many of wealth who participate to any degree in the GOP.

    Prepare for months of relentless harping on how ANY acquired wealth resulted FROM sacrifice for some “poor souls” , with media complicity as the editors agree wholeheartedly even without the urge to back Obama with all their might.  If you make a lot of money outside of a few acceptable professions (e.g. trial lawyers are saintly….) they will assign victimhood to people as those left in your evil, greedy wake.  Obama was surprisingly candid about it, was he not?  It could be enough to cause a serious rash of heavy drinking for many of us…..

    • sendtheclunkerbacktochicago

      We have come to expect the corruption found in the liberal media but now we have the folks in the conservative media ignoring the criminal activity committed by this usurping President.  Sheriff Joe Arpaio has enough evidence to send this usurper packing, he is primed to resign if only the conservative media would cover the investigation and simply report what has been going on and what they have found.  This is a sickening cover-up.  The Republican Congress is just as guilty as the cowering Conservative media.  Fox has black listed Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his lead investigator Mike Zullo.  They have also refused to cover all the Obama ballot challenges going on across the country, two or three are now on appeal in higher courts due to the horrendous judgments at the lower court level.  The founder of Judicial Watch Larry Klayman is leading the ballot challenge in Florida and no news coverage by Fox.  This is the first time in our history that an incumbent President has had his ballot challenged when seeking a second term and that isn’t news.   God help us.  

      Hell we have more circumstantial evidence that Obama was born in Kenya than any evidence that he was born in Hawaii.  His wife let it slip a couple of years ago that Obama was born in Kenya.  His grandmother who lives in Kenya says he was born in Kenya.  Many Kenyan government officials say he was born in Kenya.  Obama funneled millions to Kenya to help influence an election there.  And now we have his own written bio found in a 1991 booklet published by his publicist Dystel and Goderich stating Obama was born in Kenya.  All we have to prove he may have been born in Hawaii is an April 27th, 2011 computer generated birth certificate that has been proven to be a forgery.  I am leaning toward “born in Kenya” that is where the evidence points and no body wants to pursue this with an investigation.  Hell, this would have been the end of ANY Republican.  The Republicans have wimps like Mitt Romney and John McCain and Karl Rove who cower in this usurper’s shadow.  They are worthless.  They are willing to let this man walk for the sake of a hopeful election.  Cowards not leaders!!

      • GlenFS

        Just because others may not accept these “proofs’ as factual or see it as an effective line of attack does not make them cowards.

        • sendtheclunkerbacktochicago

          The Sheriff who heads up the third largest Law Enforcement Agency in the country who has 50 years of law enforcement experience, 30 of those years as a Federal agent provided the “proofs”.  He has a number of retired law enforcement officers with more than 100 years of combined law enforcement experience, they are all experts at collecting and evaluating evidence.  I might add they have unblemished records.  They all had a part in providing the “proofs.”  If the folks in the media are not accepting the “proofs” I would adventure to say that they never bothered to examine the damning evidence proving we have a usurper in the Oval Office.  Shame on those who didn’t take the time to evaluate the evidence, they are indeed cowards.  There is still time for the cowards to redeem themselves, we have a couple of months to force this usurper to resign based upon the substantial “proofs.”  

  • Michael

    Jay “the carny” Carney has no credibility.  He puts on his innocent little boy routine to try to seem innocent, but he’s nothing but a shill for the modern-day Barnum & Bailey, aka Obama & Biden.  He probably laughs every night when he thinks of how many of the fools in the White House press corps lap up the sop he serves.  He knows if he can hang in there a little longer his ticket will be punched.  He’ll move on to be a partner in a major consulting or public relations firm, and we’ll be stuck with the pile of dishonest crap on which he made his career.

  • Cyberquill

    I despise all lopsided hyper-partisans.