It reminds me of the hysterical (and typical) name calling reaction to Chick-Fil-A president Dan Cathey's statements about his beliefs regarding same sex marriage. Again, see below:
I'm happy to live in the USA, where we do have the right to bear arms.
I'm happy to live in the USA, where more and more states are getting out of peoples bedrooms, and are getting out of the business of regulating that aspect of peoples personal lives.
I'm not a "Libtard" and I'm not a "Tea-Bagger". I'm not any of those vile names that folks on either fringe call people who disagree with them. I'm actually in the majority. We're kind of the silent majority - maybe you've heard the term (talking to, and pointing at people on the fringes right now).
If you don't like what the Starbucks guy said, don't go there.
If you don't like what the Chick-Fil-A guy said, don't go there.
I get it - you hate President Obama, leading you to call him the worst names imaginable, mostly spouting irrational untruths.
I also get that the other fringe hated President Bush, leading them to mercilessly poke fun at him, calling him the worst names possible, and yes, spouting a bunch of untruths.
Seems to me that it is getting worse, I can only imagine the kind of crap that will be said about the next President, regardless of his or her true character.
Stop it, you bunch of silly children. You are embarrassing the rest of us, and you are embarrassing yourselves.