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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Liberalism Has To Be A Mental Disorder

Every once in a while I run across something that highlights the evolution of liberalism into bat guano, car chasing crazy. This is one of those times. I'll admit that PETA is one of those groups who has always been out on the tin foil hat far left fringe but it seems to me that the rest of the left is quickly catching up. Don't believe me, well I read a story a while back about a group of people at U.C.  Berkeley  who were upset at a decision to cut a few trees on campus. Their solution was to move into and live in those same trees .....for more than 2 years. The last protester, a young lady named Dumpster Muffin was shook out of those trees not so very long ago. If I'm not mistaken she wound up in Israel protesting to lift the blockade along with Obama buddy and ghost writer Billy ( boom boom ) Ayers . Is it me or does it seem that the left has a horde and growing group of people who do nothing but protest. It doesn't seem to matter what they are protesting, Trees, Occupy, Oil, Fur, Salt, Happy Meals.... rumor has it there is even a group on the left coast who are protesting the use of those grocery store check out line rubber dividers that separate your order from the next guy's claiming it promotes the separation of the species or something. Sometimes I am inclined to think liberals should have a warning label sown to them along with a government sponsored add campaign explaining the dangers of liberalism to children.   * SHRUG * ....something needs to be done. Anyway as near as I can figure the only thing PETA has done right was to undress hot women ....everything else has left me scratching my head wondering if the movie Men in Black wasn't a documentary

PETA seeks memorials to cows killed on Ilinois roads

Dec. 31, 2011 10:56 AM
Associated Press

CHICAGO -- An animal rights group wants Illinois to install highway signs in memory of cattle killed when trucks hauling them flipped in two separate wrecks.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has asked for permission to buy the markers, one in suburban Chicago and one northwest of Peoria. The group says the signs would pay tribute to the more than 20 cattle killed as a result of negligent driving this year.

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