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Newest in Liberal Hypocrisy July 16, 2006

Posted by Administrator in Cultural Pessimism, Liberal Hypocrisy.
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I’m not going to look for the reference. . .but remember that hoo-hah about a month ago, when Michelle Malkin got in some hot water with the Moonbats for publishing some addresses of people, for whatever reason? I didn’t go on record at the time, but I had felt that she had overstepped some bounds in doing so.

Well, now the Moonbats have struck back, with this reprehensible site, knowthyneighbor.org, is committed to publishing the names and addresses of every person in Florida and Taxachusetts that has signed petitions/efforts to ban gay marriage.

The sites founders claim that:

Since we’re posting other peoples home addresses, here are ours:

Big of them. I am NOT posting them here, as I feel increasingly that this habit of publishing personal info of people without their consent is reprehensible. These instances are all the worse in that they are directly affecting people’s ability to participate in direct democracy, as practiced by the initiative process.

What makes it worse is that it has led to instances such as this one of gross bigotry on the parts of Massachusetts gays.
It matters not for what knowthyneighbor.org is advocating; they are swine for publishing the names and addresses of people without their consent.

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1. Sophist - July 21, 2006

It’s not quite the Nuremberg Files, but you’re right, it’s pretty damn disgusting.

To be fair though, it’s only hypocrisy if people who condemned Malkin and the others support this site. Otherwise it’s just good old-fashioned vileness.

2. IndianCowboy - July 22, 2006

you don’t love me anymore!

3. demolition65 - July 22, 2006

IC, not true. I’m simply not active in blogging right now. Too many summer distractions.

Sophist, I have had the notion hurled in my face from agitprop liberals that if I don’t actively disavow and condemn idiots like Fred Phelps, then I am being a hypocrite. Consider that.


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