Americans have fallen in love with Ken Bone. As our two Presidential candidates took to the debate stage to throw feces at each other, Bone reminded us what it means to be American by actually focusing on an important issue:
“What steps will your energy policy take to meet our energy needs? While at the same time remaining environmentally friendly and minimizing job loss for fossil power plant workers?”
An excellent question deserving of a serious answer. Also, the red sweater. America fell in love with one of their own, and rather than letting Americans have their day in the sun, leftists had to destroy the moment. Yep America is happy about something, so of course the left has to ruin and politicize it…
Ken Bone isn’t a hero. Bone took the nation’s only shot at asking a substantive question about the candidates’ approach to science and energy and jauntily smothered it to death. Ken Bone so beautifully screwed up the execution of what could have been a hard-hitting, line-in-the-sand question that he may as well have been planted in the audience by the fossil fuel industry. Bone is a national symbol, sure—of our utter inability to address climate change or energy policy in any other way that isn’t just, “Oh, boy! The environment! Will you look at that?”
It must be exhausting to be that miserable all the time. Advice? If you leftists want to save the trees, stop cutting off their branches so you can shove them up your rectums.
See rather than keeping the misery to themselves, leftists spread hate. By targeting an everyday American in a red sweater. Because he didn’t ask the question perfectly. Because he didn’t seem to care enough in precisely just the right way. Maybe if he’d warn a ribbon for the polar bears?
No, the left is using any excuse to attack this kind man simply because he’s kind. Simply because he’s decent. The left hates decency, hence they pee themselves in anticipation of destroying a good man. Meanwhile they prop up deviants like this “Transexual” who claims he’s a 6 year old girl.
And it wouldn’t have mattered if Ken Bone had crafted the climate change question “perfectly.” Because the crux of the issue isn’t Ken Bone, it’s what he represents: the rest of us. Leftists aren’t attacking Ken Bone personally (oh they are, but they have a bigger target), they’re attacking you and me. For not being perfect. For not seeming to “care” as much about their pet causes as they are. For not being liberal. They’re attacking us for our general decency.
This attack will backfire. Bone is “one of us.” We’re going to protect him.
As for the author’s point on “climate change” we have some facts…