The New Editor says this is just How the Left Works. And he’s right. ‘Joe the Plumber’ is for sure getting ‘the treatment,’ that which happens when thou dost commit blasphemy.
So what happens to Mr. Wurzelbacher for expressing his views?
Reports in the mainstream media appear claiming that he is unlicensed (even though he doesn’t need one as an employee of a business or as a contractor working on a residence), and that he apparently has a tax lien filed against him.
Not to be outdone, the Daily Kos published his home address for all the world to see.
The Democratic Underground just threw whatever they could at the guy.
Better think a little longer next time if you wish to criticize a Chicago Democrat running for president (or anything else, for that matter).
You might get ‘the treatment.’
Might? He’s probably the phantom who didn’t yell “kill him” at a Pennsylvania McCain-Palin rally, too.
“All animals are equal” has been scrolled on the barn side. Our media has just finished scribbling “…but some animals are more equal than others” in sloppy whitewash addendum.
NOTE: Personally, if I ever ran for office, Animal Farm would be purchased in bulk and distributed as part of my campaign literature. It is short, at everyone’s reading level, unmistakably to-the-point, and new to just about anyone under 35 who attended public schools.
Animal Farm has not so curiously disappeared from most public school reading lists. Wonder why? But fret not, Obama and a lauding bio already consume 15 pages of your children’s public school English literature textbooks.
Just in case any public school graduates under 35 had trouble placing the “some are more equal than others” reference above. It used to be a classic. Now it’s propaganda.
UPDATE: Comment from MajicalPat that is worthy of main page inclusion: “They cannot destroy him. He is everyone of us.” Precisely. Have at it, Left. And stand tall, Joe.