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November 15, 2005

All Aboard the SF Moonbat Trolley

From Newmax's The Left Coast Report (sent via e-mail; will be archived here soon):

Once you've disarmed honest citizens and evicted the military, what do you do for an encore?

Well, one San Francisco supervisor thinks you try going after the host of the #1 cable show in America.

Three days after the election, San Francisco Supervisor Chris Daly told a CBS television affiliate that he planned on introducing a resolution demanding that Fox News executives fire Bill O'Reilly.

What had O'Reilly done to put the supervisor in such a snit? He expressed his outrage at the city's proposition to ban public schools from allowing military recruiters from public school campuses.

On his radio show, O'Reilly suggested that San Francisco should not get any federal funds. "If al-Qaida comes in here and blows you up, we're not going to do anything about it," said O'Reilly.

"We're going to say [to the terrorists], 'Look, every other place in America is off-limits to you, except San Francisco. You want to blow up the Coit Tower, go ahead,'" said "The Factor" host.

"I was outraged," Daly huffed. "To green-light terrorist attacks and violence shows a lot of hate, not a lot of humanity. It's un-American."

I'll tell you what's un-American: sponsoring a proposition (that looney voters passed) violating a bonafide Second Amendment right to legally bear arms. (This right is actually in the Constitution, unlike SF Mayor Gavin Newsom's contention that free wireless Internet access is a fundamental right.)

Of course, they also don't want any military recruiting in SF either, nor do they want military ships in their harbor, even those that are no longer active and will serve as a memorial only. What happens when policies such as these are questioned or criticized? The old un-American slur gets trotted out.

Instead of trying to get Bill O'Reilly fired (which would have happened a million times over already if everyone who was offended by him had their way) and calling him un-American, why doesn't Chris Daly rebut what O'Reilly was saying with facts? That San Francisco is actually a better, safer place to live without the right to own a gun legally and with a ban on military recruiting?

Right. That's what I thought. And if, God forbid, there is a crisis requiring military intervention in San Francisco, I predict there's going to be plenty of yelling and finger pointing if the troops don't arrive within nanoseconds. (Did I offend by saying God and San Franciso in the same sentence?)

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Posted by Pam Meister at 06:56 PM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | Leftwing Lunacy

The misguided people of San Fran might do well to read this quote from one of our founding fathers:

"People willing to trade their freedom for temporary security deserve neither and will lose both"."
~Benjamin Franklin

Posted by: reverse_vampyr at November 16, 2005 12:06 PM
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