That explains everything: World Net Daily says Leftists are mentally ill

World Net Daily, the same publication that used this blog to show dissent for Carl Werner’s coloring books that opposes evolution, says that liberals are mentally ill.

The subhead says, “‘Strikingly irrational beliefs and emotions’ cited by veteran forensic psychiatrist.”

“Strikingly irrational beliefs.”

I love when it’s obvious that rightists use the same language we science-loving liberals use in reverse.

“Strikingly irrational beliefs.”


Sitting on the religious right and telling the world they must talk to the creator of the universe through thought expression … that’s rational.

Hoping to give fair and equal treatment to people of all walks of life … irrational pipe dreams.

Check out this great quote from the article:

“Based on strikingly irrational beliefs and emotions, modern liberals relentlessly undermine the most important principles on which our freedoms were founded,” says Rossiter. “Like spoiled, angry children, they rebel against the normal responsibilities of adulthood and demand that a parental government meet their needs from cradle to grave.”

As opposed to the spoiled, angry children that rightists claim they are (children of god). They constantly murmur prayers trying to escape personal and Jesus-mandated calls to action to help those in need.

The black pot speaks volumes.

Read the rest of WND’s top-notch journalism here: Top shrink: Leftists are mentally ill

Isn’t it odd that the “article” reads more like a advert?

In other — more important news — Ben & Jerry’s might release a new ice cream flavor called, “Schweddy Balls” inspired by the SNL skit from yesteryear.

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