By Mike Gallagher
America, how does the liberal hate thee? allow us to count number the methods . . .
It’s exertions being a liberal nowadays. not just do a trifling 20 percentage of usa citizens determine themselves as liberal, yet it is easy to move broke assisting a thin double-decaf Starbucks behavior. On most sensible of that, if you hate issues such a lot americans love, it’s tiring to need to eternally correct/educate/fix/enlighten the terrible dullards in the market who simply are looking to take pleasure in their lives. Which, taken as a complete, makes the common liberal lonely, brief on money, and mad as hell! So, within the spirit of the compassion they themselves espouse, 50 issues Liberals like to Hate is fact spoken with love, a call for participation to the disenfranchised: it’s no longer too past due, liberals, to hitch the joys! C’mon, crack open a Bud and throw one other T-bone at the grill. yet kindly fee your disdain on the door by way of:
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Think the checkout help with the Masters in Gender Studies wearing the Che Guevara headband at your local Whole Foods. You get the picture. It doesn’t take much heavy lifting to understand the surface characteristics of liberals. Most of them are exceedingly well educated, and rarely miss an opportunity to tell you so. Most of them are exceedingly upper middle class, which I know because it takes real money to support a twice-a-day double-decaf habit at Starbucks, not to mention yoga sessions for the wife and pets.
Because, of course, poor people are supposed to be skinny. They’re poor. But the astonishing rise in standards of living since the 1950s, coupled with advances in food preservation—not to mention the brilliant invention of the triple cheeseburger—have meant that the once-universal indicator of wealth, the big fat belly, is now an indicator of the working class. Rich people in America today look like old photographs of poor people during the Great Depression. Poor people today look like the corpulent, trouser-bursting cartoon sketches of the Robber Barons of the 1890s.
It’s the atmosphere. There are the great, long wooden bars, with the old-fashioned bartenders who’ll laugh if you ask for one of those wishy-washy liberal drinks—a cantaloupe vodka with a spray of Sprite, for instance. And then there are the cigarettes. And the cigars. Drag a lib, if you can, into the local steak palace and watch his nose crinkle and his lips curl. Everything about the typical steakhouse décor—the cowboys on the wall, the waiters and waitresses in sharp-looking uniforms, the rolling cart laden with red meat on display, and the smoke—it’s as if it was all designed to drive liberals crazy, it is so perfectly, delightfully politically and gastronomically incorrect.
50 Things Liberals Love to Hate by Mike Gallagher