Not that this is new -- the death-threat spewing Democrat who used to talk about politics over at Bay Area Houston had a tendency to do that from time to time. But now we have other members of the "progressive" tribe going after Attorney General Greg Abbott needing adaptive technology for mobility purposes.
Damn Captain Kroc at McBlogger beat me to it, so I guess I'll just have to post some pictures.
This isn't mean or even tacky. I would wager most Texans -- hell, most Republican primary voters -- aren't aware the man is
a stone-cold fascistin a wheelchair.
Yeah, that's it -- put a man in a wheelchair and he is some sort of fascist. Why, the blogger who Perry referred to above goes even a bit beyond what Perry wrote with this pair of bizarre comparisons.
One of my favorite all-time movies. The Dr. Strangelove character, bound to a wheelchair, is loony, delusional, and power-mad with a broad streak of self-loathing. He reminds me of someone. No, not Charles Krauthammer, though that’s a good guess.
In unrelated news, I keep going back to Greg Abbott’s announcement, in the sweltering blast furnace heat, of running for governor. He keeps saying Texas, Texas, Texas, as though Heil, Heil, Heil was a little over the top – at least for now.
Apparently just like blacks and Hispanics who don't know their place as subservient to white liberals, disabled individuals who support conservative principles get a double dose of hate and bigotry from the Left. After all, they are tolerant of diversity of all kinds -- except diversity of thought and belief, which are fundamentally intolerable in their eyes and makes such individuals fair game for the bigotry that lurks at the heart of progressivism.