First Michael Moore, then Chris Matthews. Progressives constantly reveal their true feelings for our country even while they wax apoplectic at anyone who questions their patriotism; but truth will out.
Michael Moore did it first.
Before Barack Obama gave his "tough" speech on Afghanistan Tuesday, Moore wrote an open letter telling Obama that if he didn't withdraw our troops he would become the new war president. Then, Moore delivered his coup de grace, saying that progressives "love our kids in the armed services but hate these [bleeping] generals." Did you get that? Moore, writing for himself and his left-wing cohorts, said they hate, not the terrorists who want to kill us, but America's generals. You can't spin that into some sort of dissent-is-patriotic con. This is Michael Moore, the man who, in 2004, wrote on his website that the Iraqi insurgents were like the Minutemen in the American Revolution. That would make our troops the Redcoats, i.e. the bad guys to you historically challenged folks. So, this letter to Obama isn't the first time Moore has trashed our military, and it won't be the last. But Moore wasn't the only liberal letting his true nature slip out.
Chris Matthews of MSNBC called West Point, where Obama delivered his Afghanistan speech, an "enemy camp". Mind you, the audience for Obama's speech was mostly cadets, those same kids that Moore claimed "we love", yet Matthews called them the enemy. The MSNBC pundit has apologized for his remark. He claimed that he was just trying to emphasize that the military audience might be skeptical of Obama's speech. Of course, if that's what Matthews really meant he could've just said that. He didn't say that because that's not what he meant. Matthews called West Point the enemy camp because that's how he, like most liberals, really sees the military. Yes, liberals really see our troops that way.
Liberals are extremely good at masking their hatred for the military and America itself. They hide it behind catchy slogans like, "Dissent is the highest form of patriotism". They hide it behind the noxious notion that constant, caustic criticism improves the nation. They hide it behind flowery but bogus professions of patriotic love. They hide their hatred, but it nonetheless manages to emerge. From Michael Moore, to Chris Matthews, to Brian de Palma, to Jack Murtha, to Jane Fonda, their hatred emerges. The truth makes itself known. No matter what, truth will out, eroding liberalism's credibility, and that couldn't be better for America.
Truth will out!