Heston Dies, Left Keeps it Predictably Classy

Mary Katharine Ham
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Posted: Apr 07, 2008 11:50 AM

Raising the level of discourse, as usual.

To their credit, there are several people in this comment thread urging others to tone it down, but they're overpowered by the sickos.

Over at Huffington Post, Heston is raked over the coals for having the audacity to become conservative as he grew older and advocate for gun rights. To the Left that makes him a needy sell-out who got a gig with the gun lobby to feed an ego left empty by a career in decline. His motives, sanity, and moral fiber must be questioned. He's not just misguided, but eeeeevil.

Heston had more class in just his trigger finger than any of these jerks, and he advocated for a perfectly mainstream, American right to bear arms. The fact that the Left equates that particular exercise of free speech with large-scale murder worthy of death and ridicule is a clue to why liberals don't often win elections.

I'll be on the Radio Factor with O'Reilly to talk about the misbehavior of the Left at 1 p.m.-ish I wonder, even if the commenters have no compunction about trashing their political enemies in death, don't they feel just the slightest bit insecure about being so damn predictable? These death celebration posts are like clockwork. Maybe they could branch out to viral video just to keep things interesting, and really put a face on their idiocy.

God bless Charlton Heston, who was clearly a great actor and a great man.