Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Politically Correct - NOT!!!!

Below are excerpts from pundits, politicians and talking heads. This isn't about politics, it's about rightness...or is it right - NOT!!
3/11: Rush Limbaugh jokes about earthquake hitting environmentally conscious Japan. Limbaugh seems to suggest that earth was punishing the Japanese for being environmentally-conscious. He made fun of refugees in a shelter for recycling.

And In response to a caller, he elaborated:

That is an excellent question. They invented the Prius. In fact, where Gaia blew up is right where they make all these electric cars. That's where the tsunami hit. All those brand new electric cars sitting there on the lot. I like the way this guy was thinking. It's like -- it's like Gaia hit the Prius in [inaudible]. It's like they were in the crosshairs, if we can use that word, it does. What is Gaia trying to tell us here? What is the mother of environmentalism trying to say with this hit? WATCH:

3/11: Rep. Virgil Peck [R-KS] said that it might be a good idea to control illegal immigration the way the feral hog population has been controlled: with gunmen shooting from helicopters. LISTEN:

3/11: Rep. Martin Harty' [R-NH] suggested the mentally disabled should be shipped to Siberia. He said, "If shooting these immigrating feral hogs works, maybe we have found a (solution) to our illegal immigration problem."
3/11: Glenn Beck blames earthquake in Japan on disobeying the Ten Commandants.

"Now look, I'm not saying God is, you know, causing earthquakes. Well -- I'm not saying that he -- I'm not not saying that either...

Make sure you keep your arms and legs inside the car at all times. Because, things are gonna get bumpy and, just a few reminders there at the beginning as this rollercoaster takes off, always a good safety tip: Keep your arms and legs in. Don't do anything stupid, what do you say we follow the big top ten. You can call them Moses' ten commandments, or ten rules of thumb. What do you say we start doing those things? Because the things we are doing really suck and they're not getting better." LISTEN:

CNBC's Larry Kudlow on the earthquake in Japan: “The human toll here looks to be much worse than the economic toll and we can be grateful for that.” WATCH:

No comments: