Mario Piperni appears really annoyed with the conservative media, as well he should…
This one was easy to predict.
The hate-filled and quite unintelligent Pam Geller:
“The teleprompter is speaking *yawn* The teleprompter is taking credit for the killing. Every other word is I.”
“Gd bless our troops. Obama can puff himself and shamelessly strut like peacock, but hats off to the US military that has been relentless, dogged and brave for ten years in their mission to kill that devout bastard.”
The equally deranged Michelle Malkin:
“Leftists are swarming Twitter to chastise any conservatives who dare give any credit to President Bush for his resolve and role in leading the post-9/11 counterrorism/national security response to the worst attack on American soil.”
“Meanwhile, Democrat hacks are burning the midnight oil making this All About Obama.”
If this stuff wasn’t so sick it would be funny. Here was an opportunity for Americans to find common ground. The man responsible for the death of three thousand innocent people on 9/11 was no longer. And one can be sure that on that fateful day in 2001, no one was looking at the dead and counting Democrats and Republicans. They were simply Americans killed at the hands of a lunatic. What a sad state of affairs that Americans find themselves so divided that every event instantly becomes so politically charged. The cause of that division is an easy one to call – a conservative media that has become so unhinged that it has lost all sense of honesty and journalistic integrity. As for the sheeple who give heed to these people, they really don’t know any better.
I don’t know how you stop the haters from hating. Maybe you just can’t. Americans will just have to wait another 40 or so years until demographic forces make the Republican party an irrelevant and obsolete entity.