The Party of Rage

Something to keep in mind as we ponder on the significance of the Democrat Presidential candidates snubbing its “moderates” and pandering to the angry left.  Of course, according to some people the nutroots are the political center.

Liberal profanity and hate speech on the internet outpaces that by conservatives by a ratio of 18 to 1.  From GatewayPundit:

With the latest accusations by Bill O’Reilly on the the profanity at the premier democratic blog Daily Kos and the latest excuses by Daily Kos apologists who defend their God-given right to post profanity and hate speech…

I thought it was time to dust off the infamous “7 Words Study” comparing language on the right side of the blogosohere with the language frequently used on the left side of the blogosphere.

So how much more does the Left use Carlin’s “seven words” versus the Right? According to my calculations, try somewhere in the range of 18-to-1.”

Of course, this does not take into consideration the extensive amount of anti-military, anti-Christian, anti-Semitic or anti-American postings on the Left.

It does compare the frequency of use of the “7 Dirty Words” by nutroots compared to those on the right…

So… The next time you hear a nutty Lefty blogger compare the profanity or hate speech on the two sides of the blogosphere, just remember… 18 to 1!!

Anyone who has visited the most read liberal blogs (Daily Kos, Puffington Host, et al) and the conservative sites (Instapundit, Powerline), or has listened to conservative talk radio and Air America, can tell you there is a distinct difference in the language and quality of arguments.  Conservatives largely focus on facts and logic to support their philosophy.  Liberals state their theology as fact and call anyone who disagrees with them as stupid, evil or selfish.  Don’t believe me?  Visit the Daily Kos.  As of this posting, the very first Kos posts are:

It looks like Hustler Magazine is about to get some serious competition from the right-wing Human Events:

It’s true! Four out of five Kossacks prefer late-night snark over explosive diarrhea.

 


Comments

  1. You do realize the “Huslter” quote was in response to a right-wing voting guide which, on it’s cover, called itself “Gizz-guide”, right? … and the “It’s true” quote was lead for a daily humor post, and meant to be only semi-serious?

    For all the swear words you might find on Daily Kos et. al., you find (or, at least, I find) actual violent language (as in comments like “all those anti-war types need to be rounded up and shot” or “one tree, one rope, one liberal judge”) on sites such as Malkins or Instapundit.

  2. You should check out frequent commenter “exrightwing” on AZcongresswatch.com. His anti-Semitism is overwhelming (he’s a self-styled progressive…)

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