Thursday, March 26, 2009

Exposing "hate", the "American Way"

Be sure not to miss the long discussion ongoing under Dr. Keyes's article Notre Dame: Promoting the Glamour of Evil, an article that the leftist organization "People for the American Way" pays its unapproving tribute to, as well as a connected leftist blogger who declares Keyes's site, in typical leftist vernacular, to be "hate-filled." (see the linked articles beneath the comments to the post, one of which will now be this one.)

As I observed in a comment submitted under the entry, self-proclaimed "right wing watch(ing)" leftists are apparently barely capable of writing a sentence out without the word "hate," or some derivative thereof, being incorporated. Whenever the so-called "Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)" decides to release its report on Keyes's site, let us count the ways in which it uses the descriptive "hate" and all the derivatives thereof. These people are obviously obsessed with "hate."

But it's all good. When you attract the attention of leftist groups such as the self-deluded falsely named People for the American Way, you can rest in the assurance that you're doing something right. The folks at that organization haven't the capacity for understanding what the American Way is or entails, which is why they're relegated to casting aspersions and invectives in the direction of those who do.

Update, 3-28-09:

I said the following in a parenthetical remark under the initial entry:

(see the linked articles beneath the comments to the post, one of which will now be this one.).

The latter part of that statement is no longer, at the time of this writing, the case because shortly after this entry was registered as a link under Keyes's article, it inexplicably disappeared. Indeed, three links which were formerly listed under the entry have since disappeared, including the hostile links that I mention above in the initial entry.

What exactly this means, I'm not clear on at this point. But I'm going to moniter the fate of future links to Keyes's articles, both approving and disapproving, to see what happens there. I'll let you know what I find. Perhaps it's just a temporary anomaly, I simply do not know at this point. But I seem to recall another of my linked posts all of a sudden, and inexplicably disappearing under another of Keyes's articles. If that is the case, though, it seems to have re-appeared, as inexplicably as it disappeared before. Weird.