Thursday, July 28, 2005

Speaking of Manners...

This week all the undies have been bunched over Lt. Gov. Knoll passing out her business card at Marine Staff Sgt. Joseph Goodrich's funeral. The righteous right have been indignant and twelve kinds of pious about it. (I personally felt it wasn't her finest moment either. Society has manners for a reason.)

My last post here was about the death of my beloved cat. Many of you were kind enough to be here for me. All except for one.

This comment was left:
Moonbat Lookout said...
http: // no linky love for you, loser - I deleted your link
July 27, 2005 10:36 PM

This right wing nut thinks he can come into MY house, during MY eulogy, and advertise his moronic site leaving his "business card" link to where he sits all day attacking the very people who are going to have to clean up this sorry fucking mess after the extremist republicans get the well deserved boot.

I think we all know what we need to do.

When you leave your comment, come back here and paste a copy. That way, when the chickenshit deletes them over there, we can all still laugh.

I loved my cat, you son of a bitch. And you can go to hell.


At July 28, 2005 8:45 AM, Blogger Gun-Toting Liberal said...

"Man, dood... do you have to be so "hateful" toward the left? I'm not responding just to this post (I am not even aware of the two bloggers in this post), just the few posts I've read so far. I see your points about the Iraq war hippocracy with all the Dems who agreed there were WMD's, but you sound pretty pissed off at liberals in general. Why be pissed off just because there are people who disagree politically?

I see you've targeted great bloggers such as Jet, Pia, Tom Harper, Carla & Kevin at Preemptive Karma, and Cranky Liberal as being "moonbats". Well, I'm not sure what your definition of "moonbat" is, but those are all some pretty moderate liberals there. Most of them are pro-military, pro-gun, and pro-God libs who are respectful to those who they disagree with politically. You just might be doing liberalism a big favor by directing your readers to those great blogs.

Anyway, I guess you've gotta do whatchya gotta do. Your rhetoric isn't doing much toward accomplishing anything of great value though, in my not so humble opinion. But hey - blog ON."

At July 28, 2005 9:07 AM, Blogger Tom Harper said...

Here's the comment I left. (He's probably deleted it already. I think he sits at his computer 24/7 just so he can delete comments as soon as they appear):

Most of these “moonbat” bloggers you’re complaining about have several things you don’t have. They display a name (or at least a screen name), e-mail address, geographical location and some personal information in their Blogger profiles.

You on the other hand, are hiding and cowering behind an anonymous blog — no name, location, e-mail, personal information, anything. I can tell from your time zone that the rock you slithered under must be near the East coast.

How does it feel to look in the mirror and see a pitiful coward staring back at you? Are you enjoying yourself?

When you interrupted someone’s eulogy just to call her names — let me guess. Either:

A) You were too oblivious to even read the post you were commenting on; or

B) You’re just a lowlife shitstain without a shred of decency.

At July 28, 2005 10:35 AM, Blogger The Bulldog Manifesto said...

I went over there and thought about posting because I wouldn't mind being added to the Moonbat list (heck, a link is a link), but then, at the last moment I changed my mind.

Why bother feeding his silly little website? If you want the pigeons to leave you alone, you have to stop feeding them. I learned recently to use my energy talking to people who are open to listening.

On my blog, we get some conservatives who are cool, and who wanna discuss issues, and I love that. BUt we also get the wanna-be-alpha-males who only know how to form three word sentences. "Liberals need help", "Muslims are evil", "Me Want Food".

Those guys are helpless. They dont have the capacity to evolve past their infancy.

Its the smart people who are simply captured by the snare of their television who we need to spend time discussing issues with.

At July 28, 2005 3:13 PM, Blogger ThomasMcCay said...

I find it interesting that most of these big mouth small brain types like Moonbat choose to be anonymous. It indicates the person is not very secure in themselves or their beliefs.

It has that characteristic so common, so shiningly obvious in repugs and neo-con apologists, the refusal to take personal responsibility.

At July 28, 2005 4:13 PM, Blogger ~Betsy said...

Ugh, how disgusting is his site!
I couldn't leave a post, for the reasons stated above. Plus, I didn't want to put any energy into writing something that would be either deleted right away or made fun of for his childish readers.

I don't understand how so much hatred can be leveled at we liberal-minded normal people who raise families, love God, pay taxes, read books, vote our conscience, and think about things before writing them in a blog.

Can you imagine how miserable his Life must be, if this is his mission? Creepy...

Blog On, Jet! You have made waves and we're all rocking in your wake!

At July 29, 2005 6:54 AM, Blogger Jet said...

Thanks, everybody. A cooler head is prevailing today. When I saw that comment yesterday, I raged first and thought rationally second. I think grief and fury are hardwired next to each other in our brains. I was literally shaking I was so mad.

I appreciate all who slogged through that idiot's site on my behalf. I'll be killing his link on the post as well.

Man on man, what a week!

At July 30, 2005 11:52 AM, Blogger Chris said...

I wonder who left this comment on my LEAVWORLD blog, on a post about Sandy Berger:

At 11:48 PM, a leech just like you said...
Hey, when your parents die, can I have their stuff?

At 1:54 PM, Chris said...

Thanks for staying on topic.

At July 30, 2005 12:01 PM, Blogger Chris said...

PS: I love my cat, too. I know she's going to die someday, but I hope I don't blog about it.

At July 30, 2005 8:46 PM, Blogger Jet said...

Crass is crass. Neither comment was appropriate.

If you feel writing about grief helps you handle it, then do it. If you don't need that to process your grief, that's cool too. Thanks for stopping by.

At July 31, 2005 11:16 AM, Blogger Chris said...

Hey, sorry to be insensitive. I posted a comment on the Moonbat Lookout site that was in bad taste, but not on your site. I was just posting here to show that some of your supporters are equally offensive. They came over to my site, and left a comment that had nothing to do with the post I wrote.


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