It’s not a debate. The debate is over. The science is settled. There’s a consensus. In fact I just wrote the article at BoldColors.net called Pathological Progressives, and it’s peer-reviewed by my peers. And my findings confirm the other science I’ve sourced, which is comprised of my other writings. Pathological progressives are “man-made.”

And yes, Obama did (help) build that. So you know it’s legit and it will work just marvs once the kinks are worked out and the lies are whitewashed by the media. Oh and another billion or two are blown.

These things happened after I wrote the article, as if to prove its bona fides:

1. A left-wing extremist nutbar, Hollywood’s Sarah Silverman, auctioned off her used feminine napkin, in support of abortion. It’s like she was trying to find the most offensive things to say or do in one sentence. Maybe she should have worn an Obama t-shirt!

Now don’t worry, the napkin wasn’t “used” in the conventional way  —  she merely wiped it on her vagina, then put it in a Ziplock bag for the big auction. Because that makes it better.

The pro-abortion fundraiser and telethon was Sarah_Silverman_napkin_for_abortionhosted by Silverman, so supportive of abortion is she; along with The Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead. Joining them were Joan Walsh of MSNBC talking-head infamy. Like three peas in a pod, or a tampon.

 

2. Meanwhile, another show-biz lefty, Watch What Happens: Live host Andy Cohen, (can’t solidly verify his political leanings, but its apparent to me that he’s not exactly a Ronald Reagan conservative, at any rate) is selling Lady Gaga’s urine  —  in perfume form.

Because like most normal people I didn’t have the foggiest clue who he was, I did like most liberals do (I’m fair and balanced!), and appealed to Wikipedia:

Andy Cohen (born June 2, 1968) is an American television executive, host and author. As of 2012, he is the executive vice president of development and talent at the Bravo cable television network, a subsidiary of NBCUniversal. He is also the host of the network’s nightly live talk show Watch What Happens Live and the author of a memoir, Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Lines of Pop Culture. He is the first openly gay host of an American late-night talk show.[1]

Apparently during his show on Bravo, Lady Gaga pissed in a garbage can back stage. Because that’s what regular folks do. The liberal-left’s Huffington Post division quoted him on this, because it’s important in order to get the proper context and not be just another anti-Andy Cohen hack: “She can pee wherever she wants, as far as I’m concerned”.  So.

Cohen then instructed his staff to gather some of her piss, and bottle it up. Again, regular folks are familiar with this crap (speaking of which, let us count our blessings: “number one”). He then added some alcohol to it, realizing it was toxic and was sure to get moldy (liberals really are scientists!). His top-quality staff complied with this request to gather someone’s piss. Please re-read that last sentence. I could end this story here.

But Huffington Post goes on, breathlessly, as if holding back their yearning to finish the piece and go pee, which is where Gaga comes back into the story, sadly:

So he told some members of his staff to bottle it up so he could put it in the “WWHL” clubhouse. Ultimately, after realizing that urine is toxic, his team discovered that it can be transformed into perfume with some alcohol so it will keep forever. So that’s what they did.

Lady Gaga was actually supportive of the idea, though she warned her fans to avoid Andy Cohen should he try to spritz them.

By way of reminder, Cohen is executive vice president of development and talent at the Bravo cable television network, a subsidiary of NBCUniversal. And your children are influenced by him, and by Lady Gaga.

We can at least consider ourselves lucky the perfume making ass didn’t get hold of Sarah Silverman’s vagina-rubbed sanitary napkin.

 

3. MSNBC host Martin Bashir insinuates that someone should defecate in Sarah Palin’s mouth. I’m not even going to try to put this in context, because there’s no context in which it makes it better, or sane, or acceptable in any way, shape, or form. It was not an off-the-cuff remark, in fact he read it off a script, which was obviously cleared by NBC or MSNBC higher-ups.

He’s unhinged, he’s a pig, science settled. Debate over. They all are over there at NBC, if this is the accepted standard, and it appears to be.

He did apologize, but I don’t care. He wrote that, checked it for spelling, thought about it, then said it on national TV. He was not fired. He still works for NBC. That’s NBC News.

Moreover, left-wing shills continued to back-up Bashir on Twitter, possibly unaware that he was roundly bashed even by fellow leftists for his asinine remarks, and he even apologized on his show the next day:

“My words were wholly unacceptable. They were neither accurate, nor fair. They were unworthy of anyone who would claim to have an interest in politics. And they have brought shame upon my friends and colleagues at this network, none of whom were responsible for the things that I said…”

(And yet he wrote those vile words, thought about it, and then read them out on national TV. He’s “sorry?” I don’t think so. I think he’s only sorry MSNBC made him apologize.)

For example on Twitter, messes like @BohoBougie:

She later retweeted a gem tweeted out by Michael Moore. So I can indeed end this story right here.

Remember these are the ones who decried all the uncivil talk going on these days, and who’s icon, Barack Obama, lamented the incivility in today’s political dialogue, quite publicly (only to devolve into guttersnipe himself, hundreds of times. No wonder his masses are so confused).

 

It’s only 10:45 AM where I am. So to my detractors  —  all three of you  —  tell me again how progressives are not pathological, man-made, and that Obama didn’t help build that.

 

 

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