Friday, May 29, 2009

Kissing the ass of the vile

Ellis Washington, one of the treasures at WorldNutDaily (so you know he's gotta be simply insane), unleashes some hefty material in just a few short sentences.

Why have virtually the entire conservative and liberal media so hardened their hearts and closed their bowels of compassion against this magnificent conservative intellectual, Michael Savage?

... "Bowels of compassion"? What the ...?

Err, nevermind. Poo jokes gone awry and all that. That certainly is some mighty fuzzy phrasing, even by conservative wackjob standards. But he does ask a question: why is everyone constantly ignoring or belittling Michael Savage? The answer is simply to anyone who doesn't spend their time with their tongue burrowed up Savage's ass: he's simply the epitome of vileness, racism, sexism, bigotry and overall disgusting amorality on the airwaves. It's not for nothing that he's one of only 16 esteemed individuals, alongside the likes of Fred Phelps of Westboro Baptist Church, to be on the exclusive "Banned from Entering the U.K." government list of The Unwanted.

He whines on and on about how the "conservative and liberal media" (though focusing on the "conservative" aspect primarily) chooses to ignore Savage because of – well, read his perception of their reasons for yourself:

These conservative commentators realize that Savage is head and shoulders above them intellectually, philosophically and spiritually.

By which he's referring to the likes of Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck, O'Reilly, and etc. Lemme tell you one thing: however vile, pathetic, stupid or ignorant these twits usually display themselves as being, they usually have some restraint or morality in there somewhere. Savage doesn't, and he's more vile than all of them put together. After all, Savage is the kind who, just as an example, believes Autism is a huge scam on the government and that autistic kids should be slapped around a bit to "snap them out of it". How lovely.

(via Dispatches from the Culture Wars)


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