Because President Obama said, “I loved Spock,” after the Star Trek actor’s death, the dumbass editor-in-chief at the Washington Free Beacon decided that he hates ‘Mr. Spock’.
If Obama came out against eating yellow snow, Republicans would be diving into urine saturated snow while shoveling it down their mouths for freedom.
My pal Tengrain at Mock Paper Scissors sums it up for us:
MATTHEW CONTINETTI really dislikes Star Trek’s MR. SPOCK because the character reminds him of THE KENYAN USURPER. The good news is that he likes Commander Data. You know, the robot/android who—like Pinocchio—wants to become a little human boy.
The Freedom Beacon’s author writes:
And Obama likes this selfish jerk? The coolness the president so appreciates in Spock is a thin veneer over a remarkably arrogant and off-putting detachment from human suffering….
I beg to differ, Mr. Smart Pants. In The Wrath of Khan, Spock said, “Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.” Captain Kirk responded, “Or the one.”
Clearly, that’s so selfish.
He breathlessly continued to say:
As I thought more about the president’s statement. I realized he identifies with the very aspects of the Spock character that most annoy me. I don’t love Spock at all.
Coninetti could have easily been cast as a Ferengi, the self-absorbed, greedy species from the planet Ferenginar.
I watched every episode with my Conservative mother, who by the way, really liked Mr. Spock. In fact, she had the hots for him. Spock appeared to fight his humanity, being half-human and half-Vulcan, but his human side always came through when it counted, even with that half-raised eyebrow that the Beacon’s author took issue with in his ‘article.’
Addicting Info reported:
Oregon Rep. Bill Post (R) says he is Oregon’s biggest Star Trek fan. On the floor of the Oregon Legislature, Post delivered a tribute to Nimoy…..
“Today,” Post said, “is a sad day in history. Today, the greatest Republican in the history of the galaxy, passed away. He was a legal alien who believed in prosperity.”
A good friend of FON’s, and a Conservative, R.J. Carter, concluded in an article on Nimoy at Critical Blast,
“I feel that, through the screen and through his writings, he has been and always will be… my friend.”
Not everything is political.
Live long and prosper.
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