Two Crazy Rooms in the Church Lady’s House
It’s like you’re at the Church Lady’s house on a pleasant Sunday afternoon. The two of you are sitting in her sun room, sipping sweetened tea and nibbling Cheese Nips, or whatever, having a lovely chat.
In the course of the afternoon you ask to use the restroom. “Why, it’s just down the hallway there,” says the Church Lady. So you go down the hall, find a door, open it, and instead of a bathroom find this:
I'm not sure how to post the picture here, but it's a picture either from a Nazi concentration camp or maybe from a movie scene in one--a couple of rows of men in striped outfits. The only spot of color in the picture is that someone has put an upside-down pink triangle over the men's numbers. I wonder what that triangle is covering up, perhaps a Star of David, but I digress.
And the blog author is pretty straight-forward about it.
“Back there! In the two rooms! One’s got some gay guys being rounded up by Nazis, and the other’s got people being burned alive! C’mon! We’ve got to do something!”
It always amazes me how such people think the Nazis were right-wing. By way of correcting that, let me point to a book that puts paid to that notion.
Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, From Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning
Must be off, but only wanted to show how disgusting these oh-so-tolerant lefties can be.