Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Liberal columnist at Gawker: Libertarians should just accept that they're going to get assaulted by liberals

Crowder and anti-union groups funded by "libertarian billionaires Charles and David Koch"

Max Reed, Gawker.com, "Do We Really Have to Condemn the Union Protestor Who Punched Fox News Comedian Steven Crowder":
he ended up inserting himself in the middle of a tense argument between protestors and staffers of Americans for Prosperity, the anti-union group funded by libertarian billionaires Charles and David Koch. And then he got punched in the face.

Steven, stop whining, take your licks, and accept that getting hit in the face is a hazard of inserting yourself in the middle of an argument between billionaire-funded know-nothing ideologues and people whose livelihoods and stability are being threatened by the insatiable greed of the super-rich and the blind extremism of their wooden-headed political allies.
Photo - Steven Crowder, his wife Hillary, and Chris Moody a former media spokesman for the Cato Institute and former contributor to this website. Credit - Stacy McCain.

3 comments:

jgeleff said...

So then we're allowed to punch the limp wristed faggots of the left? They're saying "an eye for an eye." Lets give it to them.

Will said...

Bring it on, punks! Of course these lowlife bastards would never raise a hand to me! An effete, whiny voice, yes, but never a physical attack.

Bruce Majors said...

My comment at Gawker:

It's good to know that when unionistas collapsed a tent on the head of a group of women and old people, some in wheel chairs, inside the AFP tent, that was merely a "tense argument" that Steven Crowder then inserted himself into. I guess that means if someone blows up Gawker's office or sets fire to Max Reed's abode while he sleeps, their dialogue with you will be protected by the First Amendment. I appreciate your unpacking complex moral and Constitutional issues for your readers Maxie.