Such a lovely girl. And then she kisses her mother with that mouth, I’ll bet.
Meanwhile, as you can see to the right, I’m active on Twitter. About 2am Saturday morning I followed one Twitterer, and got this message back right away:
profchandler: Thanks for the follow I have returned it.
About an hour later I got this e-mail from Professor Chandler (same person), which you can still see in the Comments Section, should you wish:
You are a moron. You think Democrats or liberals or whomever have a narrow mind and small worldview?
You conservatives only think about your own selves.
I, on the other hand, have held dying babies in my arms.
Go ahead…make fun of that…go ahead, I know you want to say something rude to me. The babies died of hunger.
Maybe you should get a life and leave Garofalo alone. She is right about you backward folks.
You wouldn’t know how to help anyone…ever!
Clicking on this lady’s name gives you her Facebook page:
My commenter is actually a University Professor — from Seattle Washington.
Did I mention that my son was seriously considering the University of Puget Sound? Not Anymore.
Lots of good Liberal causes there — Bill Maher, Darwinism, PETA, Greenpeace, NPR. Predictable, really. She’s Politically Correct.
She also left her e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org), where I e-mailed the following reply:
My Dear Doctor Chandler;
I can tell you are a sensitive person. I think perhaps holding a dying child in your arms may have been extremely difficult for you. You appear to have a lot of anger about it.
I have held dying children in my arms too. Last week I held the hand of a dying woman who was beaten to death by her abusive husband. I watched the light go out of her eyes as a team of medical personnel rushed to save her. I watched her cry. I watched her die. I never left her until she was gone.
I’ve held the hand of many dying people. I’ve been a nurse for almost thirty years.
You’re quite right. That’s a very hard thing to do.
I don’t recall saying anything about Democrats having a narrow world view. Until last year I was a registered Democrat all my life. I am, however, fairly certain liberals tend to be reflexive, knee-jerk kinds of people. Ms. Garofolo is; she’s shown that repeatedly over time. And I certainly do not appreciate being told I’m a racist. Janean Garofolo doesn’t even know me.
Do you know what color I am, Professor? It isn’t white, that’s for sure. My wife is black; she’s from Africa, and has a Green Card. My son is mixed-race, like Tiger Woods. I have members of my family who are Americans, non-Americans, white, black, Chinese, Native American, . . . the list goes on.
I do not look at their colors. I love them anyway — they’re family. Janean Garofolo does. I make no claims beyond the idiot rantings of the tatooed, mysandronist rantings of Janean Garofolo.
And my IQ is significantly higher than the 60 or below required for one to be a “moron.”
Stop by again soon . . . if you care to have your assumptions challenged. It’s hard to have an actual Liberal mind by understanding conservatives, too.
I’ll understand if you can’t. That’s hard to do.
And then I got a reply. Not a surprise, really.
Dear “John the Disciple,”
Did you post my comment on your blog?
I said you were a moron because of how angry YOU were about her comments. She is a comedian. She was funny. Get a life.
Odd — I didn’t think it was “funny” being called a teabagging redneck racist.
And I didn’t know you could “hear” anger in a written blog post.
It’s called “projection,” Doctor Chandler. Look it up.
And she’s still pissed off a day later. Amazing.
And somewhere, in some University, she’s teaching your children.