Sunday, July 29, 2007

We know you are, but what are we?

This rant from the person who just decided to delete comments on her blog from a number of liberals, and who's now screening comments to prevent the public from reading all but the ones she approves:

Conservatives aren't afraid that the public might be exposed to the liberal point of view. The public's exposed to the liberal point of view in the MSM and from Hollywood every day. Conservatives believe that if more people hear about what conservatives really stand for, then conservatives will gain supporters. Conservatives want more people exposed to what liberals really stand for.Liberals want to silence conservatives even as the liberals drop or cloud their basic liberal principles when they're running election campaigns. They are trying to silence conservatives in many ways: Campaign finance laws, pressuring candidates to avoid debates on Fox, advertising boycott campaigns, drumming up support for a return of the unfairness doctrine (as I said before, affirmative action for liberals), flinging so much name-calling and other abuse at conservatives (especially minorities and women) that they hope conservatives will just hang up their hats, and accusing conservatives of "hate speech" by distorting their comments and hoping skittish non-ideological corporations cave in. Bullying liberals can't retain power without rigging the game.
You'd think that someone who wants to expose the public to more crazy liberal ideas would be in favor of the Fairness Doctrine, which doesn't try to silence conservatives but would merely allow an occasional liberal idea on the radio waves.

Meanwhile, we continue to link to McBride's blog daily, to help expose her ideas to a broader audience. We practice what she preaches.


  1. Well isn't that special.

  2. Darn it, I must be on super secret double probation in the land of odd. She wouldn't permit my comment in reaction to her rant. And I was respectful and everything. Unless she didn't like it when I pointed out that she was a conservativist extremist with a very skewed view of the world that doesn't quite match most people's reality. Oh well, now she can say, "Look, only nice comments! Whallah, I am all-knowing!"

  3. These are two comments from supporters, capper ... pretty funny.

    I Jeff said...
    Incredible! Liberalism is fast becoming the idealogy for people who wish to suppress speech they don't agree with while promoting their own brand of hate speech. It would be funny if it wasn't so pathetic.

    July 29, 2007 8:56 PM

    Amy said...
    If you can't beat 'em, shut 'em up. THAT should be the new motto of the liberal party.

    We all need to keep track of the advertisers and send counter letters telling them we enjoy the fact they support Fox News.

    The irony is thick over in McBrideland.

  4. From a McBride posting:

    For whatever it is worth. Which is probably nothing.

    That should be engraved at the top of her blog.

  5. Is anyone else starting to think that McBride is starting to post her own comments under different aliases, in an effort to bolster her own self-esteem. Kind of like the lonely girl who sends herself flowers at work, so no one thinks she's an absolute loser.

  6. Tim-

    Irony isn't the only thing that is thick over there.