Lots of vituperative comments to Palin’s WaPo op-ed

by Fran Smith on December 10, 2009

in Blog

Sarah Palin’s op-ed in the Washington Post yesterday on ClimateGate and the Copenhagen conference has spawned a blizzard of comments from Post readers.  Almost 4,000 comments as of this morning.  Many of them – no friends of free speech — attack the newspaper for publishing Palin’s article at all. Huffington Post sycophants are similarly energized in their hatred for Palin and for free speech.  Their comments on a cross-posting of Palin’s article number 5,750. Here’s an example:

“someone like palin who does not even understand the difference between climate and weather should not be allowed to do the forecast on a local tv news station, let alone write an op-ed piece for a once respected newspaper like the washington post. . . .”

Interesting that instead of commenting on the substance of the article, detractors are more interested in ad hominems.  May sound familiar to skeptics of catastrophic global warming or the “deniers” as they’re often referred to.

gofer December 10, 2009 at 2:32 pm

These people resemble the mobs in the movie "Idioticracy". When the "smart" person begin to talk, they would shout and scream and act like (well) IDIOTS! It's a funny movie but maybe very predictive of the increasing ignorance and intolerance of the left.

james newton December 11, 2009 at 7:39 am

how would these same people feel about being silenced by the other side , not well i think

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