Liberals really amaze me. In an interview with Vulture Friday, Girls star Lena Dunham actually compared Republicans to Nazis. When asked why her new love interest in the second season is a Republican, Dunham replied, "We liked the idea of a Republican entering their universe. And Hannah doesn’t really have a clear sense of why you shouldn’t date a Republican; it’s kind of just like the same reason why you shouldn’t date a Nazi: You just shouldn’t." The interviewer then asked, "Wait, so your position is that you shouldn’t date a Republican?"
Comments: Lena Dunham is an amoral, disgusting little pig. Who gives a rat´s hind quarters what she has to say.
Those who take the time to Google and learn about this poor young woman´s parents will understand why she is the way she is and will feel compassion rather than contempt for her. She never had a chance.
Like plunging one´s hand into a black box it was with extreme trepidation that I decided to tune into the much ballyhooed HBO series "Girls". Clever? Amusing? Funny? Exactly the opposite. An appalling, vulgar, crass, and insulting mess about young women who indulge in terminal narcissism and sexual perversion, all the while spouting nonsense about the meaning of "life". The men on the show are portrayed as whining, selfish losers. Lena Dunham is a porky, empty headed "girl" who bears a startling resemblance to a overfed gopher. Any real man would not give one second of his time in dealing with these sluts.
Just another media hyped vehicle to further destroy our culture and denigrate the male of our species. Any young woman who picks Lena Durham as a role model is in for an empty, lonely, and unfufilling life.
But to be fair, as I wrote on the NB site, Dunham was talking about what her character on the show believes; she said personally she would not date a republican because they don´t share her belief system. That´s fair. I wouldn´t date a democrat because they don´t share mine. I would think, if one is to be honest, most people right here think the same way.
She even called her character ignorant.
She is a disgusting person otherwise, but in this case, from what I read in that short article, she said nothing off base.
Unfortunately we DO have to listen because it is little pigs like this that make up the Obama Marxist/commie Gestapo. Liberals always accuse their opposition of that which THEY are doing. Instead of the Jews, they attack the ´rich" turning people against them for the crime of being successful. Beware these little brownshirts as they are getting out a false message because the low information voters know no better. We simply can no longer allow them to continue without a fight..otherwise they will assume we will quietly walk to the boxcars with our families, and history will repeat itself.
The liberal schtick of using "Republican" as an epithet is dishonest and nasty - just like those who use this crass little smear tactic. (About 48% of voters pulled the lever for Mitt Romney; are they all "Nazis" Lena?)
It´s gotten to the point that, when I hear this stuff coming out of people´s mouths, I stay the hell away from them, and I let them know why.
You see, I´m a conservative. I don´t think anyone else owes me anything. I make decisions based on reason. I act in my own best interest. I don´t tell other people what to do (absent a clear danger). I make decisions promptly when they affect others. I pay my bills and my taxes, in full and on time. We conservatives are achievers who meet our responsibilities to ourselves and others. We don´t blame others for our misfortunes. We take action when we need to, and we do the best we can. Got that Lena?
Oh, and I´m actively preparing to escape from California for good. (It´s harder than you might think to "escape" this state; you have to establish residence in another state and vigorously assert your domicile outside California, just to get them off your back.) I´m thinking seriously of leaving my beloved country to retire overseas too. The United States Government under liberals isn´t a workable business model, period. I will not be paying for liberal recklessness, not if I can help it.
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