September 27, 2004

The Left Still Loves Its "Romantic" Totalitarian Killers
— Ace

...but at least there's the occasional non-leftist liberal to tell them to grow the fuck up already.

Paul Berman bitchslaps Robert Redford for the disgusting haigiography to Che Guevera he produced.

And he wants to know when the Che-lovin' Hollywood community will get around to making a movie about one of Che's many victims.

So Stupid It Hurts My Teeth Update: Travelling Shoes highlights a just-plain-brilliant idea from the Daily Kos on how Kerry can win Pennsylvania:

The question is, will John Kerry speak out and call for the release of [convicted cop-killer Abu-Jamal] Mumia, or at the very least demand a new trial for him?

No, "Kos." The question is, have you been mixing medications, or are you just plain fucking retarded?

But let me answer your question, dearheart. Will John Kerry call for the release of a convicted cop-killer? How about: Will John Kerry even allow the words "Abu-Jamal Mumia" to pass his lips?

Um, no.

Good Lord All Mighty. This is what passes for reasonable thought among the biggest of the big left-wing bloggers.

For the love of all that's holy, you don't hear me calling for the release of, I don't know, Bucephalus "Stony" Herkemer, three-time race-murderer and leader of the White Power Militia gang.*

*Although, to be fair, Mr. Corrigan also claims to be a "political prisoner." He claims that ZOG (the Zionist Occupational Goverment) is frustrating his attempts to begin the RaHoWa (racial holy war) which will "cleanse" the country of "undesirables."

Now that I think about it-- when will President Bush call for the release of this poor man? I think doing so might really help him in Oregon.

Posted by: Ace at 05:32 PM | Comments (9)
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1 Speaking of the left loving killers, check out this posting at Daily Kos.

http://dailykos.com/story/2004/9/27/223327/286

"Will Kerry Speak Out For Mumia."

It validates everything Frum said about stupidity of the left-wing bloggers.

Posted by: H.D. Miller at September 27, 2004 06:06 PM (ULrpN)

2 There are alot of potential blockbusters that will never see the light of day in Hollywood. I'd love to see "Witness" on the big screen but it will never happen. Imagine: David Hyde Pierce as Alger Hiss and Philip Seymour Hoffman playing Whitaker Chambers.

Posted by: Golden Boy at September 27, 2004 06:11 PM (i3DXc)

3 Ace,

Especially repellent, this.

Che was the architect of many of Cuba's most despicable institutions, such as summary executions, torture, and the like.

Che, in fact, was an early merchant of the death-cult. In his case it was the Socialist Revolution. In modern day form it is radical Islam.

The merging of the Left with radical Islam goes beyond ANSWER anti-war rallies replete with calls for the destruction of Israel, it has now moved solidly into the academy and apparently the entertainment industry.

And yes, it is time for truly brave filmmakers to bring to the screen the stories of those that suffered under the heel and fist of the Socialist Revolution.

Someone call James Woods.

Posted by: MeTooThen at September 27, 2004 06:28 PM (Cmr7d)

4 Wow, this is the second review in two days in a liberal publication giving the smackdown to The Motorcycle Diaries. The other one was in the new issue of GQ, and it attacked the film on similar grounds. I don't know if it's available online, but I'll look around and see if I can find a link.

Posted by: Sean M. at September 27, 2004 07:00 PM (F168B)

5 Oh hell yes Kerry needs to say he'll free Mumia. And he needs to do it now.

One of the few reasons Kerry has any votes in PA is Philadelphia. He says he'll free Mumia and he'll loose a good chunk of that city, and every cop and cop union in the state.

I'd love it.

Posted by: Spade at September 27, 2004 07:28 PM (Jnw8y)

6 To their credit, it appeared that 75% of the comments I read at Kos guffawed at the idea.

To their detriment, there was, in addition to the original poster (brotherforkerry or some such) profound mental retardation in the other 25%.

Kerry's not stupid enough to touch this even with a barge pole. And if he is, Carville will hide all the barge poles.

Posted by: Patton at September 27, 2004 08:09 PM (cLlFA)

7 No, "Kos." The question is, have you been mixing medications, or are you just plain fucking retarded?


Not an "either/or" proposition, in Kos' case.

Posted by: Kent at September 27, 2004 09:32 PM (JsGZz)

8 I went law school at Bereley and this asshole's thoughful mug was posted on every street lamp and telephone pole in town. No matter the protest, there's going to be some AMJ types demanding that the guiltiest man currently in prison be released.

Posted by: Josh Martin at September 28, 2004 01:55 AM (VE1zk)

9 If I was a Pennsylvania Republican operative, I would be putting out that the Left Wing blogger who was prominantly featured in the NYTimes Magazine has called for Kerry to free Mumia. In fact, I'd "help" the Kerry campaign by putting up posters in the state: "John Kerry! Please Help where Bush Won't. Free Mumia!"

At events, note Kerry has always opposed the death penalty for cop killers and was part of Dukakasis's prisoner furlough program.

Yep, I'd be putting out the word that the Kerry campaign has not decided yet on how they will respond to the Daily Kos's plea to free or Presidentially pardon Mumia, an act that top financier George Soros also supports. And note that Bush as everyone knows, would not entertain pardoning Mumia.

Posted by: Cedarford at September 28, 2004 07:58 AM (hoo48)

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