How Do You Make A Liberal Melt Down?

Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 7:37 PM

You confront them. And Ward Churchill is case and point.

In case you didn't know this loon compared the victims of September 11th to "little Eichmanns". Now since our American history classes in High School and College don't teach much of "history", Eichmann was Hitler's man that pretty much engineered the Holocaust. And he took heat for it. Now, like all liberals when confronted, he's gone into melt down mode!

Showing typical liberal flare Churchill squawked

"I do not work for the taxpayers of the state of Colorado. I do not work for Bill Owens. I work for you,"
before adorning little Churchill wanna-bes. Typical for a leftist to want to claim to be working "for the people". Gee, the Communists said the same thing before enslaving millions in the Soviet Union, China, North Korea, Vietnam, Cuba and East Germany and the Eastern Block.

Saddly, like most liberals he is also wrong. Please note that the University of Colorado is a STATE run university. Since the STATE answers to the people here in America Churchill most certain DOES work for the taxpayers and the state of Colorado. Nice try lefty.

Also note that Churchill is a notorious and chronic liar. He claims to be 3/16ths Cherokee Indian, a claim that is fashionable because of their minority status, but cannot back that claim up. Even the Cherokee claim that he is not as he claims.

Churchill needs to learn that when you lie and promote a defective product that you will not be paid to continue to lie and promote a defective product. And as this wears on, Churchill we continue to sputter and fizzle - just like all liberals under the light of truth.

Leave a comment if you like! *Note if you are a left wing, tin hat wearing, pro-Marxist loon that likes to post "anonymously" you will be treated like the kook you are!
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