January 20, 2010, - 12:54 pm
Longtime readers know that I’ve been a critic of Roger Ebert, and have also been a target of his website (regarding my movie reviews). (He also mentioned me in his nationally syndicated movie review column.) It all stems from my criticism of his support of Islamic terrorist Ibrahim Parlak‘s efforts to fight deportation and remain in this country. We sparred in writing (here, here, and here) and on the Howard Stern Show on this issue. Ebert is a big liberal and Democratic activist. But he’s a nice guy, and I wish him well.
I can’t help but notice, though, that even though he’s upset about Republican Scott Brown beating uber-liberal Dem Martha Coakley for the Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat in yesterday’s general election, he gets the message right, in this Tweet, below, from last night.
Hey, Roger, sometimes, “F— You”s are vastly underrated (as in this case):
(Thanks to Fred Taub of Boycott Watch for the Screensave/JPEG)
Let’s hope that in November and again in three years, Americans give a whole bunch more FUs to the politics of Ted Kennedy and Barack Hussein Obama.
Like I said, sometime “F- U” is a good thing.
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