Monday, September 16, 2013

David Frum the Left

A scumbag named Aaron Alexis just mass-murdered 13 people at a Navy Yard in Washington D.C. and the anti-gun crowd are out in force, calling for "gun control" while the blood of the injured is still flowing. One of these pos's is the obvious leftist who pretends he's on the right, David Frum. I wrote about this punk a couple of years ago when he trashed Andrew Breitbart as "poisonous" right after he died. Here's what I wrote then about this pos:

As a friend of mine perfectly put it: "David Frum the left."

David Frum's "poisonous" reaction to Andrew Breitbart's death proves once again why he's a mere crumb on the right.

crumb - a worthless person

As Ace from "Ace of Spades" writes in the link above:

"...Breitbart is more alive than David Frum has ever been."

Also, below is a post I did for NewsRealBlog in Dec. 2010 in response to this bum's group called "No Labels":

“No Labels” = No Reality, No Truth, No…BALLS

David Frum’s refusal to accept that A is A is one of the reasons why he’s one of the most ridiculed liberal-conservatives on the scene. He’s now one of the “Founding Leaders” of No Labels, a new group which is meant to be a cure for “hyper-partisanship”, which the website states is “one of the greatest domestic challenges our nation faces.” I think that whenever people with fundamentally different philosophies decide to “work together,” it means that they cannot get away with what they want to get away with without the help of those they despise, and it’s usually the American people who get shafted. We need more individuals who do not compromise on basic principles, not more confused do-gooders who want to make themselves immune from being labeled what they are. No Labels is only adding more gray to a gray world, and as the hero of my first graphic novel, Table for One, says: ”We do live in a gray world….which is why I have to see it in black and white.”
And then there’s the inimitable Ayn Rand:
“There are two sides to every issue: one side is right and the other is wrong, but the middle is always evil.”


ERA. Alves said...

Talvez apenas nosso super herói interior cheio de boas intenções possa salvar das mazelas o mundo quase perdido.

Bosch Fawstin said...

buenas intenciones no salvan vidas

ERA. Alves said...

O que salvará vidas?

D.Eris said...

When talking about categorisations someone once said to me "you can't put me in a box" and I said; Then I'll put you in "The box of people who think they can't be put inside a box".