Davenport’s Political Philosophy
I have to admit that during my several years chasing social retards, I’ve yet to encounter one so unintelligent as the editor of the hilariously pathetic Greensboro Guardian:
Political positions are occasionally described as “left-wing,” and more often, “right-wing.” The casual reader is more likely to encounter the “right-wing” moniker for a simple reason: most “journalists” are leftists, and they hesitate to describe the policies of their favored political leaders as “left-wing,” because the term has a negative connotation. Meanwhile, the “journalist” writing about a politician or a policy with which he personally disagrees (i.e. a conservative, or a conservative policy), will happily describe his subject as “right-wing” in hopes of creating distaste among his readers for the politician or policy in question. In the daily papers, then, it is commonplace to see Newt Gingrich or Rick Santorum described as “right-wing,” or “far right.” Meanwhile, Barack Hussein Obama is rarely, if ever, described as “left-wing,” or “far left.” This despite the fact that Obama’s policies are, indeed, the fruits of an extreme left-wing philosophy.
Take a moment, laugh heartily and compose yourself before we continue. Now, pay no attention to the phalanx of extremely successful right wing media outlets, among them FOX News, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck, not to forget the Religious Right with Dr. James Dobson and Pat Robertson, which practically dominate TV and radio. No, there’s only about eighteen hours of media per day focused on demonizing the left wing. Worse, it’s mostly horse shit, as Obama is nearly indistinguishable from W. in his policies.
But Davenport the Dumbass would have the local knuckle draggers see it his way. I’d recommend the guy get some glasses, but the problem isn’t myopia. He’s just mind-numblingly indifferent to reality. I’d be surprised if he could drive a car, feed himself or even wipe his own ass.
I don’t know about you, but for me, shooting fish in a barrel gets old after a while. At least The Evil Dr. Guarino makes things interesting.