Monday, January 10, 2011

Fonda: When will she ever get it -- her noodle-head opinion does not matter in the real world

January 10, 2011
Colorado, USA

UPDATE: See Beck's written response to the tragedy below:

Dissident Daughter Jane Fonda - the seventies... now... she did not matter then..., she does not matter now. When will America learn? Hollywood Celebrities (can we even call Fonda the Fossil that anymore?) engage in pseudo-politics for one reason and one reason only... publicity. I put Fonda right up there with Pelosi when I ponder the 1001 uses for duct tape... but I digress...

Michelle Malkin posted the following screen shots of recent Jane Fonda tweets. Jane Fonda exhibiting her usual insensitivity and anti-American -- oh, let's call them traitorous sentiments -- blames Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck and the Tea Party for the acts of a murderous madman in Arizona. Anyone who would use this senseless tragedy to promote their own personal, political, liberal, progressive agenda should point the finger of blame at themselves because it sounds very much like they are siding with the person who pulled the trigger. Hypocrite B!!!! For Shame!

Jane Fonda Tweets

Fonda Traitor 1972 Tweets Fonda: "Sarah Palin USA holds responsibility." And, "Glenn Beck, guilty too." and, "...violence-provoking rhetoric of the Tea Party."

This from a person whose largest claim to fame is a disgraceful 1972 (can anyone spell has-been?) photo op (aka the Hanoi Jane traitor-shot -- take 2) sitting on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft cannon targeting US Air Force planes.

Fonda and those of the same traitorous ilk may call themselves Americans, may trade on their ancient claim to celebrity and call it freedom of speech, freedom of expression and much as I would rather do otherwise, I will support their right to do so ----- but, I come down on the side of America, American Veterans and American Active Duty Service Men and Women every time. I will sight that fonda-cized speech filled with venomous lies and liberal propaganda in the cross-hairs of my own free speech... and take her/their words down every chance I get with a few sure-shots of my own. Americans should simply "consider the source" -- in this case, a mostly irrelevant source and shout her down with the age old and best known rebuttal phrase exercised in free speech anytime, anywhere and say SHUT UP JANE.

I close this post with the following quote from John Green, the father of 9-year-old Tuscon massacre victim Christina Green: This shouldn't happen in this country or anywhere else, but in a free society, we’re going to be subject to people like this... So I prefer this to the alternative.

We should consider the source of this quote and exercise all the humility we can muster in the face of such dignity, grace and exceptional patriotism. -- DD

UPDATE: Beck's written response to the tragedy:
Glenn’s letter to the American people, politicians, and media
Monday, Jan 10, 2011 at 11:48 AM EST

While Americans are grappling to understand the Arizona tragedy, the absolute vacuum of leadership on both sides is staggering.

We live in a country that has been struck by John Hinckley Jr. and Sirhan Sirhan, Lee Harvey Oswald and Mark David Chapman. And one that’s been hit by terrorists like Timothy McVeigh, the DC Sniper John Allen Muhammad, the Fort Hood killer Nidal Hasan, and 19 highjackers all claiming to be freedom fighters. You’d think we’d understand the difference between madmen and terrorists.

All evidence points to the fact that the assailant from this weekend was severely mentally disturbed. His belief system was not rational by any modern political standard. He was an atheist, believed George W. Bush was responsible for 9/11, feared a global currency, cited the Communist Manifesto as one of his favorite books and thought the Mars rover landing was staged. These are not the opinions of a coherent individual.

Far too often, we have seen in our schools and in our post offices, acts of violence from misfits of society. While we can look for the warning signs, these horrific events will always be with every nation.

Though violence is a human problem, every American citizen can make a personal choice today. Do you believe that Americans, from any walk of life, can convince themselves they are freedom fighters and carry out acts of violence? My answer is yes. If you agree then you must take a clear stand.

Turning these horrific events into an opportunity for a political attack is a very childish response to a very grown-up problem. This is not about winning a political blame game. Atheists are not to blame. Those who hate George W. Bush are not to blame. Those who don’t believe in space travel are not to blame. Jared Lee Loughner is to blame. Period.

This tragedy should not be used as an opportunity to try and bend reality to retroactively place a madman on the other side of the aisle. It should be a time to pray for the victims and their families, a time that we can all come together and state that violence is off limits for all sides in a Republic. It’s a time for us to state with a unified passion that we won’t accept anyone who threatens or actually carries out violence.

Read the rest of it here: Glenn Beck.com, Glenn's Letter

Source: Michelle Malkin.com, Jane Fonda is NUTS

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