The Disturbing Unhinged Hatred in This Country is Rampant

September 25th, 2013 by Michael Tabor


People are angry and if you’re a celebrity or happen to be perceived as someone who happens to have some sort of privilege in this country, the United states of America, or as Bill Maher calls this republic “the greatest Ponzi scheme ever known to man”, then you’re a mark.

You don’t have to be anybody for that matter like myself, who is simply a person along with my wife who has a free op – ed blog; most of the time the comments are civil, incisive, and just great (we’re lucky here) but occasionally you will get some knucklehead who will spew non – sensical hatred. The real over – the – top animus can be found on any of the social networks like Facebook (if you have friends of friends of friends who really aren’t your friends). You will also encounter satanic bile if you elect to get involved in a thread in a chat room or any other such forum in which there is relative anonymity and no regulation. And the fact that current technology allows any given individual to be nameles is the reason we see this or if you buy into what Bill Maher says that people are truly insanely unhinged because of this dreadfully bad econmy.

It’s frightening to think that there are really people out there who are filled with this “disturbing unhinged hatred”. The daily Kos used this phrase, which incidentally sums it all up. Click on the link and enjoy…this is very funny.

So WhaDaYaThink ? What do you think? I loved what Joe Rogan had to say about people who tell you to “Die ! Die! Die ! you talentless fu#$@% lowlife, etc.” in which he said that he’d love to take out his treasured samurai sword and disembowel everyone of these pusilanimous anonymous cowards.

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6 Responses to “The Disturbing Unhinged Hatred in This Country is Rampant”

  1. RICK Says:

    The greatest offenders of these curve balls come from people like Bill Mahar. If the economy has anything to do with it , its all going to change once theres a President other than President Obama. The mass changes implemented by this president including healthcare and class envy has made this country break apart like never before. Any president who comes next whether Clinton or Republican will fix this sorry economy. These 8 years will be the making of the Lost Generation. Sorry Mike, President Obama may be likeable but hes no Bill Clinton lets face it.

  2. Michael Tabor Says:

    I agree Rick. I am no longer an Obama supporter…he let me down in a huge way + he has been looking mighty “hawkish” lately & if there is anything I detest more than anything in this life is – war.

  3. Michael Tabor Says:

    Come on – Bill Maher is another George Carlin ….funny & irreverent

  4. Michael Tabor Says:

    Oh you definitely have to watch the Bill Maher bit…just click on the link … here’s the link again right here

    scroll down a bit and laugh your ass off !!!

  5. Rick Says:

    I watched him, saw him urinate on people of faith, conservatives, and hes an idiot. People of the left like him. I dont

  6. Michael Tabor Says:

    Some FB STUFF:

    Cal Van Etten Michael, I think the real problem is that there are no real consequences for those kind of actions. Shooting your mouth off to the wrong person used to get your ass kicked. But today, everyone gets a trophy and there are no winners and losers. Kids do horrible things without a second thought because they have total detachment from any personal responsibility. Listen to any explanation and its always someone else’s fault. So, I guess what I am saying is the hatred comes from the fact that there is no one to call to task and answer for the wrongs of society anymore, so people lash out with no abandon because, what the hell, they won’t be held responsible for it anyway.

    4 hours ago · Unlike · 2..

    Michael Tabor I think you’ve nailed it Cal … a 90 lb weakling @ a keyboard, no personal responsibility, no consequences, etc. It’s very sad & pathetic

    3 hours ago · Like · 1..

    Cal Van Etten The same could be said about a 200 lb mental weakling. The point still holds. Until we get some real accountability for individual actions, we are seriously screwed.

    3 hours ago · Like · 1..

    Michael Tabor Of course Cal, the size of a human being has nothing to w/it, I was just making a point that pathetic human beings can hide behind that anonymity, etc.

    a few seconds ago · Like

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