My strange encounter with a Mooch adoring leftie

Walked in on an incurable Moonbat today who is totally befuddled with Mooch and and the Obamessiah. So there I was, trying to keep calm after having this shoved in my face:

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So I whipped out my new iPhone and showed him this:

20396_10153949162387565_7490013948289681369_nHe didn’t like that at all. He came back with “but the difference is education”- suggesting that Mooch is far better educated than Jacqueline Kennedy ever was.

So I sent him this:

Dear P****,

Here’s an excerpt including  the views of the late Christopher Hitchens, whom you hold in such high esteem:

 

In the case of Michelle Obama, affirmative action did all three.  The partners at Sidley Austin learned this the hard way.  In 1988, they hired her out of Harvard Law under the impression that the degree meant something.  It did not.  By 1991, Michelle was working in the public sector as an assistant to the mayor.  By 1993, she had given up her law license.

Had the partners investigated Michelle’s background, they would have foreseen the disaster to come.  Sympathetic biographer Liza Mundy writes, “Michelle frequently deplores the modern reliance on test scores, describing herself as a person who did not test well.”

She did not write well, either.  Mundy charitably describes her senior thesis at Princeton as “dense and turgid.”  The less charitable Christopher Hitchens observes, “To describe [the thesis] as hard to read would be a mistake; the thesis cannot be ‘read’ at all, in the strict sense of the verb.  This is because it wasn’t written in any known language.”  (Read more: American Thinker)

So much for Moochelles “education”.

So he came back with “his point”. He always tries to make a “point”:
On 24 Jun 2015, at 3:42 pm, P***** M******<******r@*****com.au> wrote:

doesn’t matter what Hitchens thinks of her..

the point I was making was that she is a very popular both inside and outside the USA.  A point that you cannot dispute no matter how hard you try..

So I sent him this:
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The little hijabees in Tower Hamlets liked her. That much is true.

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I also sent him this from MARK STEYN::

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interesting, isn’t it? President Obama had a million dollars of elite education – Occidental, Columbia, and what was the other one, Yale or Harvard? I can’t remember now.

HH: Harvard Law.

MS: And we don’t know a thing about it. We don’t know what he did there. Howard Dean, who I find, I don’t particularly dislike Howard Dean, but I do remember when he ran for president, he cited as his foreign policy experience the fact that he used to take his children from their Vermont school to play soccer across the border in Beaconsfield, Quebec. And that was his evidence of his foreign policy experience. Now he says that we, it would be astonishing to have a president without a college education. I actually mention this in my book, After America. William McKinley had one term of college. Grover Cleveland left college. Van Buren left school at 14. Lincoln only had 18 months of formal education. And Zachary Taylor never went to school at all. Truman didn’t have a degree. That’s what, two, three generations ago? And Ronald Reagan, which is one generation ago, went to Eureka College, Illinois, which is the sort of school that Obama and Howard Dean would sneer at. And for the last quarter century, this country has not had a two-party system. It’s basically had a two-school system – Yale for Bush, Sr., Yale Law for Clinton, Harvard Business for Bush, Jr., and Harvard Law for Obama. And I don’t think that’s the American way… I was always told as the subject of a tyrannical monarchy was that the difference was that in your country, Hugh, anyone could grow up to be president. And if we want to restrict it in the way that Howard Dean is proposing to restrict it to this Ivy League technocracy, that’s actually driven America over the cliff – because the smartest thing you can know is to know enough to know what you don’t know. And that’s what Howard Dean and Obama and all the rest of the guys never want to acknowledge.

Hugh and I also discussed the rekindling of Obama’s friendship with domestic terrorists Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, and the President’s bizarre please-tie-one-hand-behind-my-back request for war authorization. You can find the full interview here.

Being a hardwired leftie, he had to come back with something:

http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/02/10/americans-like-michelle-obama-except-for-conservative-republicans/

Americans like Michelle Obama, except for conservative Republicans | Pew Research Center
There’s been at least one constant in how the public views the Obama administration — the large number of Americans who have a favorable view of First Lady Michelle Obama.

So you see what happened here? First it was about education. Suddenly it only mattered that Mooch was “liked” by leftoids. And screw conservative Republicans, who needs them anyhow?

In the end it always comes down to this:

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One thought on “My strange encounter with a Mooch adoring leftie”

  1. Hello there…..its me again…….Don Laird

    The reality is the the waves of human garbage will not cease until they is a robust program of STK (Shoot To Kill) enacted and enforced by law enforcement.

    Anything less than STK is an exercise in mastabatory futility and a Marxists’ wet dream.

    Imagine, all those British citizens betrayed by their leaders.

    Food for thought

    Catalyst for action.

    Regards, Don Laird
    Dogtown Bastard
    Alberta, Canada

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