When you look at poor people and think ‘zombies’, the problem might lie with you, not Mitt Romney
October 29, 2012 11 Comments
I like Firefly and possibly even other stuff made by Joss “Joss” (sp?) Whedon and all – though not that one where Eliza Dushku is an induced-amnesia mind-controlled prostitute and/or robot (?) – but my first reaction to seeing this ‘funny’ video on Romney being a zombie, or something, was 100% pure unadulterated grade-A “Huh?”
I mean, what’s the thought process here? Let’s try to trace it. Fine, put myself in the shoes of a ‘liberal’ (i.e. leftist) guy like Whedon. What is the idea here?
The idea is:
Romney = on the right = bad for poor people = poor people suffer = [SCENE MISSING] = zombies.
Because, um, poor people make you think of zombies. Or, poor people are potential zombies. Or something. Anyway, the point is, if someone says ‘poor people’, all good lefties – like Joss Whedon – think immediately of zombies.
I’ll say it again: Huh?
I mean, really. Who thinks like that? Who makes the instinctive association between ‘poor people’ and ‘zombies’?
Oh wait. I know who! 4 years ago I even already wrote a blog post about it and everything. Lefties do. That’s who looks at poor people and thinks of ‘zombies’. Lefties! Lefties who see themselves in the savior/messiah role. Lefties like Joss Whedon. Lefties including Joss Whedon, writer/director of Serenity, in which we learn that the Reavers were regular people poisoned by a well-intentioned ‘liberal’ government project.
Yeah, now I remember. And I have the years-old blog post to prove it.
Thanks for reminding me of what a great blogger I am, ‘Joss’!