Barkin, Jackson Epitomize Liberalism's Nastier Impulses
In the overall scheme of things, who really cares what washed-up singers and race-card playing movie stars think about anything?
Generally, they’re not particularly insightful; they’re fairly shallow and hopelessly, cluelessly liberal. However, Hollywood blabbermouths provide a perfect micro composite of the attitude and philosophy liberals adhere to as a whole.
For instance, take Samuel L Jackson and “temptress” Ellen Barkin, a woman whose most memorable movie roles consist of her being simply irresistible to men like Al Pacino and Frank Langella.
Both Jackson and Barkin have perfectly articulated the true heart of modern liberalism's darkest side: If someone doesn’t agree with your politics, wish them harm. That’s right, the liberal left – the same group that fancies itself an all-loving, all-accepting, and all-peaceful entity.
If you should dare disagree with their abortion agenda or adhere to the belief that God-ordained traditional marriage should be between a man and a woman, prepare to have your jugular torn out on Twitter, figuratively speaking.
Observant people already know that pro-choicers look the other way when unborn fetuses are threatened in peril in a variety of ways. Therefore, it stands to reason that the same people who applaud the painful destruction of 60 million tiny human beings would have no problem drowning a stadium full of Republicans who threaten their pro-abortion ideology.
So it really shouldn’t have come as a big surprise when a second-rate actress like Barkin retweeted a message from a Twitter follower, Highway Starr, which read: “C’mon #Isaac! Wash every pro-life, anti-education, anti-woman, xenophobic, gay-bashing, racist SOB right into the ocean! #RNC.”
Barkin’s retweet sounded like a typical liberal prayer to the universe, only this time she called upon the patriarchal spirit of Father Hurricane to smite the Republican National Convention.
Jackson calls upon God too, and is downright apoplectic that God spared the GOP from disaster - even if he later backtracked on his initial Tweet. While tropical storm Isaac barreled towards New Orleans, Jackson tweeted, “GOP spared by Issac ! NOLA prolly F*%kedAgain! Not understanding God's plan!”
Like the Pharaoh who found out the hard way after chasing Moses and the children of Israel, Barkin and Jackson had best beware, lest their vitriolic political party become a victim of what they prayed would befall the RNC.
After a backlash to his original tweet, Jackson responded with: “Whoooo! A lotta shit stirred into a Bulls*%t tweet! Politics & Religion get MUHFREPUBLICANS heated!”
Barkin’s rant seemed out of character, because generally the ex-wife of actor Gabriel Byrne and business mogul Ron Perelman is a caring, benevolent woman. For example, she confessed that when she dates she’d rather skip dinner and start with sex. The caring and benevolent Barkin proudly confessed to More magazine:
“I mean,isn’t that the more important connection?... Let’s see first if the sex thing works, and then we could go have dinner.”
Besides putting friendship before food, Barkin’s charitable efforts also include urging “parents to get their children involved with local charities at Christmas - because the gift of yourself is the best you can give.”
Much like Barkin, Jackson is a generous man. His gifts and donations are given to organizations such as Massive Good, Save the Children, and various other well-known relief organizations.
So let it be known: Like most disingenuous liberals, Barkin and race-baiting Samuel L. Jackson care deeply about the world. Except if by chance the people in need are pro-life Republicans floating around in the ocean, fighting for their lives, and clinging to panels of wood from what used to be the Tampa Bay Times Forum.