Dennis Prager is a Dope

Dennis Prager is a conservative commentator... no, not that guy... the other one... no, not him either... no... take my word for it, you know him. He's the one who's sick of the way gay Mexican Muslims run everything, and doesn't like America's moral decline and he ducked Vietnam and he's been divorced three times.

Still nothing? He has a column and a radio show and he's always on the cable news, complaining about the how leftists control the media. No, not that guy either. This is another guy.

No, you're thinking of the racist drug addict. The other other guy. No, not the herbal cures conman or the trickbaby from the National Review, or the illiterate film critic who smells like pee.

No, not the blonde, either. He had the operation. He's totally a woman now. This is someone else. Just stay with me, okay?

In his column this week -- smuggled by the underground from the cell where the UN suppresses all free thought -- Prager says he saw a bumper sticker that said "Buck Fush," and it proves that liberals are always angry. In fact...

"... it tells us that leftist anger -- make that hatred -- of its opponents is probably the greatest politically inspired hatred in the country... parts of the left have little or no belief in the concept of "decency" as traditionally understood by Western civilization..."

Which sounds like a lot of hate weight to put on one bumper sticker. (And to take off the folks who bomb abortion clinics and picket funerals with "God hates fags" placards.) But what the h-ck.

Prager goes on to say that cussing comes from permissiveness and too much self-esteem and if the Greatest Generation had been this selfish, they would have never stopped Reich Fuhrer You Know Who.

And that's just from a two-word bumper sticker. If you hang fuzzy dice off your rearview mirror, a werewolf rapes Ronald Reagan in h-ll.

I swear I'm not making his quote up. You can find it on his website www.thirdstringangryblowhard.com.

No, not that third-string angry blowhard. The other one.

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Prager also writes:

"...you almost never hear a conservative say 'I am offended' when reacting to a liberal speaker or writer, but it is quite commonplace for a liberal to use those words in reacting to someone from the right."

I know that sounds like a crazy lie, but notice Prager doesn't say conservatives never say "I am offended." He says they almost never say it.

Oh, sure, there are a few people and institutions the right may have objected to in the last few years -- the really egregious offenders -- but those are the exceptions that prove the rule.

Here's a partial list of them from Boycottliberalism.com:

ABC News Atlanta Journal Constitution Artists for Winning Without War Atlanta Braves Air America AOL/Time Warner AARP AFSCME AFL-CIO ACLU Amnesty International Anti-Flag Art Alexakis Robert Altman Gillian Anderson Jennifer Aniston Aruba Baltimore Sun BBC Boston Globe Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Bon Jovi Boondocks Burt Bacharach Kevin Bacon Bad Religion Lance Bass Beastie Boys Richard Belzer Jessica Biel Jason Biggs Stephen Bing Mary J. Blige Jack Black Jackson Browne CBS CNN Citizens for Tax Justice Codepink The Cartoon Network Citgo Gas Countdown with Keith Olbermann Crossfire Current TV Coldplay Robert Cray David Cross Sheryl Crow Billy Crystal Mark Cuban John Cusack Jamie Lee Curtis Detroit Free Press DreamWorks Claire Danes Dave Matthews Band Robert De Niro Neil Diamond Vincent D'Onofrio Phil Donahue The Donnas Richard Donner Kirsten Dunst Eliza Dushku Ebert & Roeper Esquire The Eagles Nora Efron Everclear Emily's List Exhale Face the Nation Foo Fighters Jaime Foxx Morgan Freeman Globe and Mail Green Party Greenpeace David Geffen Good Charlotte Green Day Bryant Gumbel Jake Gyllenhaal Maggie Gyllenhaal Colin Hanks Ed Harris Dustin Hoffman Ron Howard Kate Hudson Helen Hunt Hardball HBO Heinz Hustler Houston Chronicle The Huffington Post Human Rights Campaign Humanitarian Law Project Jerry Springer Janet Jackson Scarlett Johansson Jeffrey Katzenberg Garrison Keillor Carole King Lenny Kravitz Ashton Kutcher LA Times The Late Show with David Letterman Lions Gate Films Norman Lear Heath Ledger John Leguizamo Lisa Loeb Meet the Press William H. Macy John McEnroe Debra Messing Bette Midler Esai Morales Eddie Murphy Media Matters for America MoveOn.org The Miami Herald Mother Jones The Nation NBC NY Daily News New Yorker Newsday Newsweek National Endowment for the Arts National Education Association NPR NY Times Willie Nelson
 Paul Newman Nine Inch Nails No Doubt NOFX Edward Norton NOW NARAL NAACP The Oregonian Orlando Sentinel The Offspring Ozzy Osbourne Open Society Institute Sean Penn People for the American Way Planned Parenthood Palm Beach Post PBS Philadelphia Daily News Pepper Dennis Prairie Home Companion The Progressive Sarah Jessica Parker Gwyneth Paltrow Alexandra Paul Liz Phair Progressive Insurance Quantum Funds Tim Robbins Rainbow/ Push Coalition Andy Rooney Rolling Stone Radiohead Bonnie Raitt Red Hot Chili Peppers Julia Roberts Rebecca Romijn St. Louis Post-Dispatch St. Petersburg Times San Jose Mercury News Salon.com Slate Magazine Seattle Post-Intelligencer 60 Minutes Sirius Satellite Radio Bruce Springsteen Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip The Sundance Channel Barbra Streisand Martin Sheen Susan Sarandon Charlie Sheen Paul Simon Aaron Sorkin David Spade Gwen Stefani Julia Stiles Ben Stiller Angie Stone Meryl Streep Sum 41 Donald Sutherland SEIU Sierra Club San Francisco Ted's Montana Grill 30 Rock The Today Show This Week Time Magazine Uma Thurman Donald Trump Traverse City Film Festival The United States Human Rights Network Vanity Fair VH-1 The View Washington Post Mike Wallace Naomi Watts Denzel Washington Naomi Wolf XM Satellite Radio Neil Young

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You have to hand it to Dennis Prager. Aside from that, conservatives never get offended.

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