Douchebag of the Day

Bill-o isn’t sure whether a white supremacist shooting up the Holocaust museum is as newsworthy as an Islamist shooting up a recruiting station.

And, in case any of you missed it, here’s Bill’s apology to Dr. George Tiller’s family after Tiller’s murder.




UPDATE: Let’s listen to a few Tiller rants and see what’s what. Listen to the bile drip:

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And what the hell – here’s the confrontation video I’ve been looking for:

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And finally:


What a great guy. Reminds me why I don’t watch this crap.

@IanJ: There’s a couple I just can’t read anymore – Eliminationist Pammy for one. Calls herself Atlas Shrugs, we call her Atlas Juggs, Atlas Pammy, etc. She’s so far out that Little Green Footballs severed their ties with her. Here’s some inside baseball if you’re interested:

“He’s the reason I started blogging,” said Atlas Shrugs editor Pamela Geller, a New Yorker who says she was “mugged by Sept. 11″ and started reading LGF for news and fellowship. “I wrote birthday messages to him. I respected and admired him.”

Robert Spencer, the director of JihadWatch and the author of the bestselling, “Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam,” had an established career as a critic of militant Islam before he met Johnson. “But right after 9/11, he was the only one out there reporting on this,” Spencer said. “He built my Website. I learned how to blog from reading his stuff.”

Johnson has turned hard against Spencer and Geller, attacking the former for joining a “genocidal Facebook group,” while referring to the latter as a “shrieking lunatic,” and labeling both of them “hatebloggers.” Johnson now points to Geller’s posts about Barack Obama’s heritage and her quest to fund a headstone for the victim of a Muslim honor killing as proof that “the woman is deranged.” Other bloggers in the movement have been purged from Johnson’s blogroll or pilloried on the site, never to be mentioned again. The most successful sites that arose in LGF’s wake, including Gateway Pundit, Gates of Vienna, and Brussels Journal, are also on the outs.

@IanJ: And on a lighter note, there’s this.

Can you tell I’m not that busy today?

You know, of all the offensive shit I come in contact with on a daily basis, for some reason a person saying they were “mugged by Sept. 11″ might rank in the top five of all time. Wow, is that offensive.

@RomeGirl: That caught my attention, but for once it was a New Yorker who said it, so I gave her a pass.

Me, I was living in SF that morning. And yes, the bridge and the pyramid sprung instantly to mind.

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