Wednesday, May 13, 2009

The Difference between Palin and Hitler

What's the difference between Palin and Hitler?


Now, every time that one hits the airwaves, the wing nuts howl as sanctimoniously as only fundies can. Yet it is true. Why?

One dictionary definition of fascism is: "A system of government marked by centralization of authority under a dictator, stringent socioeconomic controls, suppression of the opposition through terror and censorship, and typically a policy of belligerent nationalism and racism."

Pretty close, huh? But it gets better. In a nutshell, fascism means sacrificing the individual to the state, just as communism means sacrificing the individual to the international "working" class.

Palin campaigned under the motto: "country first."

It gets still better, or rather, worse. From the nag's mouth:

"To sacrifice for a cause greater than yourself, and to sacrifice your life to the eminence of that cause, is the noblest activity of all."


BTW, hard to believe anybody would still dare drivel like that in this day and age. It's Ellsworth Toohey live.

McAlzheimer and Palin even had the gall to file that under "human dignity." I.e., your dignity consists of having no dignity. Where's your dignity if you can be sacrificed at McAlzheimer's and the moron's whim?

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