Saturday, February 19, 2011

"Hypocrisy, Thy Name is Pelosi"

No Sheeples here (with an excellent graphic representation of San Fran Nan), points to a Politico post that quotes former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (Gosh! I just never get tired of saying that!) thusly:

Pelosi told reporters Friday that the protests are “an extraordinary show of democracy in action.”

NSH: superimposes Nancy over a protester carrying a sign with a swastika and the Wisconsin governor pictured with a Hitler mustache. What????

Isn't Nancy Pelosi the one who had a cow (no disrespect to cows intended) when a Tea Party activist carried a sign with a swastika with a slash through it?

Translation for brain dead liberals (but I repeat myself): When you put the international symbol of a red circle with a diagonal slash over something, you indicate that it is NOT allowed.

The protesters, many of whom lied and called in sick so that they could rally in the streets, with ringers brought in from out of state to make their support appear greater than it actually is (another form of lie), have Nancy's full support, even though they brought real swastikas with them. No slash.

Here's what gets Nancy's tighty whiteys in a bunch:

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Here's what doesn't:

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Any questions?

Update: Added hypocrisy points for any liberal who got theirs in a wad over Sarah's "crosshairs" over Congressional districts:

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Cross posted at LCR, Say Anything.

Note: Ann Althouse was the source for the NSH p'shop and the second picture of "here's what doesn't".


  1. The hypocrisy is that conservatives can yap about violence and nazis, but they whine when liberals use the same tactics on them.

    Or how about demint crying about the democrats and muppets when just a few years ago republicans had ELMO testify before congress on their behalf?

  2. Poor brave anonymous! (Yes. That's sarcasm!)
    "when liberals use the same tactics on them." If you know any adults, have them look at the two pictures of the swastika, one with the international "No" symbol across it and the other without. Have them play "One of these things is not like the others" with you. Do the same with crosshairs over congressional districts and crosshairs over Sarah's face and the face of Scott Walker.
    Then, work on the word "same" and get back to us.


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