That Didn’t Take Long: Leftist Haters Celebrate Death of Phyllis Schlafly

Of course, the minute I heard of the passing today of conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly, I knew that the Left would light up Twitter with “tributes” to the late, great lady, an articulate, conservative icon and an inspiration to millions, including me.

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RIP Phyllis Schlafly. You were a fighter for liberty and the Constitution until the end. The rage and hatred that the “compassionate” (as in we show how much we care by having the government put a gun to the heads of the productive to confiscate their earnings to spend on what we know is best) demonstrates every time someone with whom they disagree passes is so very predictable, and so very shameful, if anyone could shame them, which no one can.

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Stay classy, as always, my Leftist friends!

She was a great lady, an articulate brilliant font of common sense and conservatism, and an inspiration to millions. May she rest in peace. These silly ignoramuses aren’t fit to carry her jock intellectually, not that they are smart enough to realize that.

 

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30 comments

  1. A persistent and consistent accusation repeatedly hurled at the right from the left is one of hate. Every position on the right is attributed to a basic hatred of one group or another without exception. The venom with which the left spews this vitriol somehow escapes the designation of hate even though hatred is clearly at its core. Few events seem to bring this hatred of the right bubbling up like the death of a conservative icon.

    • As you know, Robert, one thing that we discuss often here, and on The Teri O’Brien Show, one of the Left’s number one traits is the tendency toward projection. What they accuse others of, is what they do, ESPECIALLY when it comes to expressing their rage and hatred. The truth is that they are miserable people with very low self-esteem, which is why most of them are boiling cauldrons of vicious anger. Sad as this was when this great lady passed, as you note, it was completely predictable.

  2. @KissMyLiberalAs How exactly does one celebrate the death of someone who is still alive? That’s quite a trick. How exactly have I done that? Do tell!

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