Politics from the Palouse to Puget Sound

Friday, December 07, 2007

Up-Chucking

"I'm a big boy. But when I read constant, inciteful comments against my person, with little or no substance, I wonder about the consequences. You might think about how you might feel if one of Tom's followers commits an act of violence against myself or my family. Regardless of your intent, that's what that kind of constant ad-hominem attack leads to." ~ Chuck Pezeshki


Everyone realizes that he is accusing every one one of us as being a threat to his family. Not only that, he is sacrificing/exposing his own family to win political points. Disgusting.

4 comments:

Paul E. Zimmerman, M.A. said...

I think that in Chuck's perception of the town/gown divide, it would be an act of violence for one of us to wave to him and say "hello!"

After all, when a barbarian is waving at you, he just wants your wallet.

Michael said...

Typical leftist jerk - using his family as human shields.

Satanic Mechanic said...

Good Lord, Chuck takes himself way too seriously. Does his ego have a PhD too? He is afraid of us going against his family, but him and his lot were ragging on Tom's family?

Mattwi said...

In psychological terms, this is called "projectionism." Projectionism is where someone projects their own noxious qualities on someone else, then despises the recipient for now possessing those noxious qualities, and sees themselves as totally blameless in their own eyes.