September 24, 2005

fas-cism: n. 1. a.

fas-cism: n. 1. a. A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism. b. A political philosophy or movement based on or advocating such a system of government.

2. Oppressive, dictatorial control

This word seems to be moving around in the liberal blogosphere faster than Sean Penn's boat can sink. The accusation from the left that the current American regime is rooted in fascism has quickly become the outcry of the whacked-out-left. What really sickens me is how common the word is becoming. Recently Warren Beatty, well known liberal whacko, threw the word around at a California nurses convention as easily as he would an olive into his martini glass. He referred to Schwarzenegger's initiatives for the November 8th special election as "fascist." The nurses, who undoubtedly must have been having some fun with nitrous oxide before attending the convention, were chanting "Run Warren run!" and "Stop Arnold" referring to Beatty's hint at making his way into politics.

The liberal (no pun intended) use of this word in the blogosphere makes me sick to my stomach. By their logic, Saddam couldn't have been a fascist. Since our form of government and the form of government that the Iraqis are setting out to create based on the rights of the people are fascist, what is Saddam then? By their logic Saddam must be a hero since he and his regime stood against everything American and we are, after all, "fascists."

These liberals sit around in their internet cafes and their coffee shops sipping on their lattes and mochas ranting about how we're all a bunch of "fascists" and how much better the world would be if we'd simply deny God in our country and try to "understand why the Islamic extremists attacked us." These people have simply lost touch with reality. Most of the people on the right laugh at idiots like Howard Dean and how he can go on calling republicans evil but the truth is, he is the representation of their mentality. He's the man they want there. Someone thats not afraid to give it to us "fascists."

The word fascism is quickly falling in with their liberal rhetoric and we'll soon be hearing that as much as we hear "Rove","LIAR!","hanging chads","vacation", and all the other fifty-cent words and phrases that the left use in their endless and pointless rants. The sad truth is that most of them have no concept of what the word means. Its trendy and thats all that really matters to the left.

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Posted by everyman at September 24, 2005 12:05 AM | TrackBack
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