Here is Laurie Higgins trying to teach stupid people some very basic things about leftist hysteria:
An illuminating tempest in a polluted teapot churned up at the end of last week when 10 “progressives” in Springfield took umbrage at an article written for Illinois Family Action (IFA) by Teri Paulson that compared the sickening, vigorous, and enthusiastic anti-life position of the Democratic Party to the sickening, vigorous, and enthusiastic anti-life position of the Nazi Party.
Somehow Chicago Sun-Times writer Tina Sfondeles got wind of their umbrage and wrote an article that quoted one of the indignant lawmakers, State Rep. Kelly Cassidy (D-Chicago) who can be counted on to cheerlead all the worst legislation to emerge from the Springfield swamp. Cassidy said,
[IFI] is a group promoting violence and hate speech and they have people on the payroll wearing badges bypassing security [at the Capitol] walking in and out of this building every day. And I think that should be examined.
Cassidy, not surprisingly, lied in asserting the Illinois Family Institute (IFI) promotes either violence or hate speech, and these bald-faced lies will go unmolested by the Leftist press.
In response to the outrage of those ten “progressives,” I wrote and posted this on IFA’s Facebook page:
Quote ‘o’ the Day comes from lesbian and feticidal maniac State Rep. Kelly Cassidy in response to an IFA article suggesting some points of correspondence between the Democrat-endorsed holocaust and the Nazi Holocaust:
“[IFI] is a group promoting violence and hate speech and they have people on the payroll wearing badges bypassing security [at the Capitol] walking in and out of this building every day. And I think that should be examined.”
A maniac is “a person who has an excessive enthusiasm or desire for something.” Cassidy has a clearly demonstrated and arguably excessive enthusiasm and desire to promote the legal right of women to exterminate their unborn children (i.e., feticide) without restriction.
To be clear, the person on IFI’s payroll to whom she is likely referring is our lobbyist who is among the gentlest, kindest men I know. Cassidy should be ashamed, but she’s proven time and again that she’s shameless. I’m sure she would like IFI’s lobbyist out of Springfield. No need for diversity in Madiganistan.
Just wondering, who is more likely to endorse violence and toward whom is this violence directed: an IFI employee toward a lawmaker or a Democratic lawmaker toward an unwanted or imperfect human in the womb?
The expression of moral propositions with which State Rep. and demagogue Cassidy disagrees does not constitute an act of violence or hatred of persons no matter how many times she says it does. And a party that endorses feticide and infanticide for any and no reason shares some troubling similarities with other genocidal movements.
Against the implied charge of being a genocide supporter, the lady Cassidy doth protest too much, methinks.
Because Paulson, a suburban mother of two, expressed the view on IFA that the slaughter of 61,000,000 innocent humans who were deemed undesirable is analogous to the Nazi Holocaust of 6,000,000 innocent humans who were deemed undesirable, ten Springfield lawmakers think that IFA’s lobbyists pose a violent threat to lawmakers in Springfield?
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