The Need...To Emotively Bleed
A high school cheerleader in Texas or wherever posts a picture of her big game hunting and posing with a trophy...and the left goes bonkers.
A dentist kills a lion in Zimbabwe -- one that's regarded as famous thereabouts -- and the left goes bonkers.
I hunted as a kid. I shot a turkey that wasn't my intended target. That makes me bad in the eyes of you lefties.
Planned Parenthood sells baby parts. All you hear from the left is *crickets*.
Typical leftist hypocrisy of which there is no end..and I digress.
I get that there are animal lovers out there, and not all of them are irrational leftists. I'm a dog and cat lover myself. I have nothing against other animals, though I don't admit to feeling much angst when a carnivore of any kind winds up removed from the scene because they'd become a danger to humans.
Yeah, I get that we inhabit and encroach on their habitat. For progressives who like to keep changing their name periodically to mask what they really are, our winning the battle of survival and life is called progress. At least for now.
We make and build things that make the world a better place. We grow things that feeds billions of others like us. We know how to handle remotes, TIVOs, 3D and 'virtual reality' entertainment and guns.
Carnivores we're misplacing would be in our shoes if they'd figured out guns and remotes before we did.
At any rate, in the world of political correctness, it's fashionable to feel angst for an animal that's gunned down by a high school cheerleader or a dentist.
Some ex-teacher from the East -- leftist leaning, amusingly enough -- did an experiment. He took the picture at the top of this post (without the print that's on this one), posted it on Faceplant, and simply said that this person was bad for having hunted and killed a living creature. And then having posted it, he waited for the politically correct reaction he was pretty sure he'd get.
An artificial movie prop of an extinct dinosaur from millions of years ago.
It didn't matter how stupid she made herself look; she reacted politically correctly. And she wasn't the only one. While it appears that the majority of commenters seemed to get the point being made by the poster, there were those who reacted emotionally and politically correctly to the image, and expressed rage at Spielberg.
Incidentally...the movie prop in the movie Jurassic Park was sick...not shot.
Eh...facts aren't allowed to get in the way of emotive political correctness. Rather like how looters in Ferguson and Burntimore are looked upon by the politically correct in the lamestream servile mediocre corps as victims, rather than the criminals that they actually are.
Bill Whittle had a brilliant observation about this phenomenon that he referred to as The Great Unlearning: How Our Society Became so Stupid | PJTV. And it's spot on with the Spielberg 'experiment'.
The emotive politically correct simply need to...emotively bleed as part of the political correctness movement. And dang all of us that don't join them. I'm happy to be danged...I'm too busy laughing my ass off at them.
Can I get an "awwwwwwwwwwww" for this poor dinosaur from the politically correct?