Don’t You Dare Say The Cultural Left Has Gone Insane

Exhibit Z55:

You do not need to try to make it work with someone who thinks of people as “illegals.” Just divorce them. Those divorced couples made the right choice.

This may not always be possible. Some people may not have the financial or practical means available to get a divorce, but if you do have those means? DIVORCE THEM.

I’m tempted to tell Harpers Bizarre to breathe into a paper bag for a few minutes.

When i say “the cultural left is unable to have a literate debate about politics because they have been raised from birth to see dissent as both a caricature and a mortal threat“, this is what I’m talking about.

3 thoughts on “Don’t You Dare Say The Cultural Left Has Gone Insane

  1. Of course you want to throw an otherwise fulfilling relationship because of political differences. Doesn’t everybody?

    Harper’s Bizarre really has some humdingers in there. My favorite is “White People need to let black women be great” with a picture of Serena Williams at Wimbledon, as if a forty-something white guy like myself with no particular skill in tennis has anything to do with whether she gets a giant silver goblet to go with her strawberries and cream. Another favorite is “disabilities are not an inconvenience.” Um, they’re called disabilities…why then? (the article technically is about disabled people not being an inconvenience, so chalk that one up to an illiterate editor, apparently)

  2. Other works by the author, Jennifer Wright include such gems as: “There Is an Abortion Litmus Test And It’s Called Women’s F*cking Rights”

    But my favorite is; “Feminism and the (False) Fear of Dying Alone”

    She’s here to tell you gals, that TV dinners in a 1 bedroom apartment isn’t bad at all and that cats are too, family.

  3. If you de-value your relationship with your spouse because who he/she voted for is not the same as you, by all means, follow the author’s advice, because if you don’t love and respect your spouse to have a difference of opinion, why did you get married in the first place?

    From the article:

    We live in interesting times, and by interesting, I mean on the very verge of the second dark ages. Or, at least, some people believe that. Other people believe everything is fine, somehow.

    Don’t ask me how.

    Don’t ask the author because she has zero interest in hearing the non-moonbat point-of-view?

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