My my my…certainly ruffled a few feather with this one.
Looks like libs don’t have much of a sense of humor when the finger points back at them…quite funny stuff…
[quote]It’s hardly the first time that liberals have taken the English language and made it their own. Here’s my handy glossary of commonly used leftist terms, and what they really mean:
Social justice: Spreading the misery of socialism equally throughout society.
Enlightened: A person who refuses to accept that socialism has failed everywhere it has been tried.
Journalist: A news person who, under the guise of objectivity, slants coverage to the left.
Hack: Any media member who introduces a right-wing viewpoint into a political discussion.
Balance: Left vs. far-left (e.g., Hillary Clinton debating Ted Kennedy).
Environmentalists: Celebrities who brag about their environmentally friendly hybrid cars while tooling around the world in gas-guzzling private jets. Liberals who can’t afford a car also use this label so they don’t appear pathetic to friends.
Filmmaker: Anyone who cranks out anti-Bush propaganda, like Michael Moore.
CBC: Like Michael Moore, only more bloated.
Propagandist: Mel Gibson, because he made a movie about Jesus.
Freedom fighters: Terrorists whose goal is to destroy Western democracy.
Terrorist: George Bush, or anyone who wants to harm “freedom fighters.”
Feminist: A woman who constantly points out how hard it is to get things done, because of men.
Anti-feminist: A woman who just gets things done, without the whining.
Multiculturalism: The belief that traditional Canadian values aren’t enough to make our country great.
Affirmative action: Liberal-sanctioned racism and sexism.
Quagmire: Any struggle that lasts longer than it takes for a liberal to down a Starbucks latte.
War: A quagmire to be avoided at all costs, unless it’s for the purpose of fighting poverty or homelessness – in which case no victory or end is ever necessary.
God: Pierre Trudeau.
The Resurrection: Justin Trudeau leading the Liberal Party’s new youth task force.
Higher education: Four or more years spent napping on desks while listening to leftist brainwashing.
Hidden agenda: Conservative ideas that are likely to prove more popular than liberal ones.
Torture: Frat-party activities that occur on foreign soil, in the presence of U.S. military personnel. Murder, rape and violence perpetrated by communist regimes don’t count.
United Nations: Impotent, glorified debating club in which defenders of freedom and democracy foot the bill to entertain the musings of dictators and thugs.
Bush lied: A catch-all that means, “I have no idea how to debate this issue intelligently.” [/quote]
…“its the Toronto Sun…its not a real newspaper…just a tabloid…blah blah blah…”