Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Alec's out...and Ann's got him

Or at least, she has his back, even before he got canned for impolitic behavior;
Alec Baldwin and MSNBC have agreed to part ways, canceling his short-lived talk show Up Late in light of the controversy surrounding Baldwin's latest alleged use of a homophobic slur.
....While the New York Post, which first reported Baldwin's exit, said the actor was fired partially due to "his diva-like behavior," which included demanding a humidifier, sources insist to Variety that Baldwin and MSNBC "mutually" agreed to end the show.
The 98 lb. blonde packs quite a punch when confronting bullies (of any stripe);
Conservatives attacking Baldwin for his latest fit of (justified) anger are being small-time and shortsighted. You think this sets liberals back? They don't care about Baldwin. You're just reinforcing their worldview, where careers are ended over a word. 
Liberals don't mind abortion, sexual promiscuity, adultery, lying or criminal behavior. They save all their moral indignation for people who use politically incorrect words. Instead of simply filing this one away under "Liberal Hypocrisy" for future use, conservatives are validating the left's next attack on a conservative. 
Had Baldwin called the photographer a Palinhead, he'd have been fine with MSNBC.  But, he wouldn't;
...when Sarah Palin entered enemy territory to appear on "Saturday Night Live" in 2008, Baldwin was an absolute gentleman to her -- unlike the drama queen Tina Fey, who refused to share the stage with Palin. 
Bullying is the essence of politics for the left. They bully those they disdain, like Palin, with adolescent insults. They bully everyone with the threat of losing a career because of a word. They bully Americans with more than 1 million federal regulations. They bully men through feminist-designed divorce and sexual harassment laws --magically suspended in the case of President Clinton because liberals approved of his pro-abortion views. 
That isn't the rule of law; it's the rule of bullies. 
Well, it's the rule of politics.

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