Crush Liberalism

Liberalism: Why think when you can “feel”?

Quote of the day, “The left’s flipping out as Obama sinks” edition

Excellent column from James Taranto, an excerpt of which follows:

The left got what it wanted in 2008: a liberal president with a sweeping agenda and big Democratic majorities capable of enacting it. The result has been a great and failed experiment in progressive politics and governance. In due course, one hopes, the left will absorb some lessons–but for now, they seem to be suffering a nervous breakdown.

That is one way to understand why so much of the liberal establishment is rallying behind Krugman’s Army, as the “Occupy Wall Street” protests are known. Everything they believe in has failed, so they are turning nihilistic.

Awesome takedown of liberalism’s failed experiment in America, and how the left is coping (hint: not very well).

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October 12, 2011 - Posted by | big government, economic ignorance, Obama, Occupy Wall Street

4 Comments »

  1. Man, I’m tellin’ ya – It’s all George Bush’s fault (well, maybe one percent of it can be blamed of conservative radio)

    Comment by Kevin | October 12, 2011

  2. Oh crush. The nervous breakdown was before Obama. 😛

    Comment by Spinny Liberal | October 12, 2011

  3. Well, my timing has always been a little off. 😆

    Comment by crushliberalism | October 13, 2011

  4. liberalism = failure, the obama experiment is the irrefutable proof!
    This is just a little something I wrote I thought might make a great bumper sticker, let me know what you think, Jay

    Comment by jay anderson | March 17, 2012


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