MoveOn Dishes It Out, But Can't Take It

You know, I'd rather coat myself in peanut butter and let a chipmunk go to town than hang around with a progressive. They wear burlap, smell like hand lotion and they're not only unfunny but they're also hypocrites.

Take -- the progressive pothole that took out a full page ad in The New York Times calling General David Petraeus a traitor.

Now, apparently MoveOn is sending cease and desist letters to Cafe Press, a Web site that lets folks make their own T-shirts. Why? Because some people are making T-shirts that mock MoveOn.

I went there to make a shirt with Wilford Brimley's face on it, but I gave up when they told me the face couldn't be real.

You know what's funny about MoveOn? How unfunny they are. They can dish it out, but they can't take it. The shirts weren't meant to mislead consumers, but to make fun of MoveOn. It's great to see how thin-skinned these saps are. They'll take out a full page ad under the cover of the First Amendment and then try to censor people who speak out against them.

Even more, progressives are always apt to label anyone they dislike a Nazi -- because, naturally, anyone who doesn't agree with them must be worse than Hitler. They will compare you to Adolf if you don't recycle. They'll pray for your death if you support the war. And for that reason, that makes them worse than Hitler. Which, by saying that, makes me an honorary member of MoveOn.

I wonder if they'll buy me a T-shirt.

And that's my gut feeling.

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