Lois Lerner: The Face of Liberalism
The best face of liberalism will be one from jail.
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You know, I know as an adult and as a decent, nice person, I know as a person with manners and sense of propriety that you’re not supposed to comment on the way people look. In fact, I’ll tell you a little story for those of you who are listening here but never had a chance to hear my mother call this program or in other ways be involved in my life. She passed away in 2000.
Early on in this program’s history, likely the first six months of the program in 1988, somehow we ended up discussing the most unattractive presidential daughters. I think a caller brought it up or something, and I engaged. I accepted the premise and began talking about it, and I offered a name. It doesn’t matter who I said. So I finished the program, I went home, and I called my mother every day. So I called her, and she just read me the riot act.
She said, “Son, you can’t do that. You just can’t make fun of the way people look. They can’t help it. You’re never gonna last. You’re never gonna go anywhere if that’s the way — I mean, to talk about the most unattractive presidential daughter, that’s just not something you should do. Besides, you forgot Margaret Truman.” (laughing) I just busted up. I could not stop laughing. After reading me the riot act, she gave me her opinion.
Anyway, when I look at this Lois Lerner, IRS babe, I see somebody who is miserable, mean, vindictive, unhappy, and vengeful. The woman just encapsulates all of that just in her facial expression. This is the woman who led the IRS effort to essentially disenfranchise the Tea Party. This is the woman at the IRS who was responsible for all of the decision-making, aside from Obama. I mean, I don’t want to leave him out of this because he’s the inspiration for these people. He’s the guy all of these people, the Lois Lerners of the administration, are trying to impress. Obama is the guy they are all trying to please. They are in these positions because Obama or his people put them there because they’re not gonna need a memo of instructions; they’re already going to know what to do.