Wednesday, January 25, 2012
School's not out yet
As a brief postscript to my last post on Eric Allen Bell -- the Leftist who made such a big initial splash this past week with his defection from the Leftist party line by actually rousing from his Rip-Van-Winklish nap of politically correct multi-culturalist slumbers, not by spastic reflex hitting the snooze alarm after the thousandth Islamic atrocity, but actually waking up to smell the Arabic coffee (well, in its decaf form) -- I notice, as I continue to read the ever-growing comments to the Jihad Watch article devoted to his valedictorian essay at the grotesquely Leftist rag the Daily Kos (of which Bell was a frequent contributor and participant over the years), that many of the Jihad Watchers are growing tired of Bell.
But not because of his squishy and incoherent nougaty center of softness on Muslims (ludicrously juxtaposed to his supposedly no-nonsense toughness on Islam): rather, Jihad Watchers are growing weary and wary of Bell for his economic and political Leftism -- and not just your ordinary garden-variety Leftism, but a strangely Buchananish conspiracy-thinking Occupying anti-"Corporatist" hybrid of sumpn' -- totally, however, unrelated to the problem of Islam.
As far as Jihad Watchers are concerned, apparently (with extremely rare exceptions, as noted in my previous essay), Bell's creamy nougat center by which he wants to continue to allow millions of Muslims to immigrate into the West, and finds absolutely no danger in that metastasizing prospect (because all the American Muslims he's met are just so awfully friendly and Westernized, you see) is just peachy keen by them.
Makes one wonder what exactly these Jihad Watchers are "watching", anyway.