Professional Neurotics Fulfill Daily Outrage Quota
Cesar Chavez dropped into Our Exceptional Fallen World on this date in 1927, prompting Google to observe his memory with a Doodle, which is the highest honor that can be bestowed on a mortal.
But since today also marks the official observance of the World’s Most Famous Premature Autopsy, well…
- Twitchy: “While two billion Christians around the world celebrate Easter Sunday on this 31st day of March, Google is using its famous ‘Doodle’ search logo art to mark the birth of left-wing labor leader Cesar Chavez.”
- Instapundit: “The timing of latest in-your-face politically correct homepage is oddly appropriate. As Dennis Prager has written, ‘You cannot understand the Left if you do not understand that leftism is a religion.’”
- Malkin: “Put on your shocked faces: Google celebrates Easter by honoring…Cesar Chavez.”
- Vox Day: “While it is obviously intended as some sort of stupid snub to Christians, Google is only managing to look petty and underline the importance of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.”
Amateurs, all of them. It takes a professional to step up to the plate and reveal the Shocking! Conspiracy! that underlies the abomination:
President Barack Obama released a statement in 2011 proclaiming March 31 “Cesar Chavez Day,” declaring, “I call upon all Americans to observe this day with appropriate service, community, and educational programs to honor Cesar Chavez’s enduring legacy.”
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt was an informal adviser to both of President Obama’s presidential campaigns, a member of the Obama White House transition team in 2009 and a onetime prospect for an Obama Cabinet post during the president’s second term.
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