Quotes & Quips — Mostly From the Crazy Left

Written by Allan Erickson on June 29, 2014

News this week!  For the first time in a long time, the U.S. saw negative GDP “growth” last quarter.  For the folks in D.C. that means we lost serious ground economically! 

Over at MSNBC the commentators responded: What does that even mean? 

Speaking of the learned, Susan Rice and Joe Biden say the U.S. should promote homosexuality, globally, making this a priority. Susan says homosexual rights are “among the most challenging human rights issues we face.” Joe says, “I don’t care what your culture is . . .  prejudice is prejudice is prejudice.”

May I suggest they work with Barack, and produce an offensive internet video, just to forward the cause?

Perhaps they can arrange the premiere in Benghazi?  They can call the film: Spontaneous Demonstration.

Speaking of human rights, there is a Marine in jail in Mexico.  He has been there three months.  An American’s wife is being threatened and detained in Sudan for refusing to deny her faith in Christ.  There is an American rotting away in a North Korean jail. Christians around the world are being tortured and slaughtered at a pace never seen in world history. Joe, and Susan and Barack have this to say about these circumstances. 

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Speaking of Islam, expert Robert Spencer, reports:  Andreas Kreig, a Middle East security analyst at King’s College London in Qatar, says extremism is on the rise, but Islam isn’t responsible.  “They adhere to a radical interpretation of Islam, but it has nothing to do with the religion,” explained Mr. Kreig. 

He also explained oxygen has nothing to do with fire.

Speaking of extremists, in a general discussion making fun of HRC for her pandering on the topic of homosexual rights, and fresh off his proclamation liberals were right about Iraq, Glenn Beck declared:  “I’m telling you, Hillary Clinton will be having sex with a woman on the White House desk if it becomes popular.” (How does that become “popular”?)

I guess HRC isn’t the only one who knows how to draw a crowd, at any cost.

Speaking of the White House desk, our Dear Leader prohibits members of Congress from going to the southern border to observe this human-caused disaster, and he is stopping border guards from doing their duty, all of it designed to help these children live the Dream, that is, if they survive rape and violence during the trek through Mexico.  The Dear Leader told Mexican President Peña Nieto that he welcomed his “efforts to target the criminals that lure families to send children.”

Nieto responded:  “We need all your emails sent and received during the last two years.”
Dear Leader: “I’m sorry but the hard drives are melting as we speak.  Unforeseen glitch you know.”

Speaking of jokes, funny man Russell Brand tore into Fox News accusing the network of being a “fanatical terrorist propagandist organization” that is “more dangerous than ISIS.”  Russell was mad at Judge Jeanine for suggesting we kill terrorists before they kill us, that old quaint notion of self-defense.

Russell won gold this week in the lunatic Olympics, edging out Bill Maher, who insists Obama is a “fantastic”

success, and the Tea Party is “racist.”  He may be right.  Only 10% of the Tea Party is black.

Speaking of logic, the most rational statement of the year came from Ralph Peters speaking on Fox on Wednesday: “When America is strong, the world complains.  When America is weak, the world suffers.”

Did you hear that Mr. Fantastic Success?

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Allan Erickson
Allan Erickson---Christian, husband, father, journalist, businessman, screenwriter and author of The Cross & the Constitution in the Age of Incoherence, Tate Publishing, 2012, serves on the board of www.RestoreAmerica.org. He is available to speak in churches addressing the topics of faith and freedom. Register & Vote! Contact: allanlerickson@gmail.com