The egregor of the Left is in full control of this gal. I tell you, she’ll go down in history. This photo could be right up there with the shot of the Marines raising the flag on Mount Suribachi. Look at it closely, blow it up if you dare. You will never be able to unsee it; the quivering glossy ululating uvula of existential protest!
Man, I tell you, this is who we are, as Americans. It is the core of our democratic society.
HT to our long time friend and respected adversary, a.morphous, who sent us a link to a Washington Post article where this iconic, thrilling and deeply moving photo appears. Oh, the humanity! So brave!
ROTFLOL! Tears rolling. It’s like a million right wing memes, realized in life to a degree of perfection that nobody who enjoys such memes could have imagined might be possible. She’s the apotheosis of the infantile Leftist rant against reality. I’ll be laughing at it for days. Oh, the delicious schadenfreude! Lord, forgive me. I can’t stop laughing.
Remember, boys, this is the stern stuff of which our adversaries are made. Fell, dour, lethal stuff. Gird your loins for a stiff contest. Or maybe not so stiff, or hard, come to think of it, but rather just boring, and yet laborious, difficult; like a supernaturally bad blind date, or a bitter divorce from a newly lesbian wife: endless, massively tiresome and acutely irritating.
And pass me a hanky for these tears, which will not stop. And the snot, which is getting pretty bad too by now.
Seriously, though: one of the sad adverse consequences of Dobbs is that this … woman (sic! as if anyone knew what they are!), and all her (his? their? its?) ilk, will be forced – forced I say! – to have lots and lots of kids, thus greatly increasing the future ranks of the Enemy.
Not! The Force is horribly corrupt and so therefore weak in this one. Life will find a way. But not, likely, through her. Good teeth, though. Too bad.
PS: This photo is of a maenad. Take heed. When I said, ‘gird your loins,’ I meant it. Good teeth, indeed. Ware your nads.
PPS: What’s weird is that the editors of the Washington Post must have thought, hard, and carefully – there were probably several meetings on the topic – that this photograph of an insane nut going crazy *very strongly argued their case in favor of killing babies.* That in itself is deeply odd, no? Since when is insanity an argument in favor? Weird.