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Dennis Prager is a Dope

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Dennis Prager is a conservative commentator... no, not that guy... the other one... no, not him either... no... take my word for it, you know him. He's the one who's sick of the way gay Mexican Muslims run everything, and doesn't like America's moral decline and he ducked Vietnam and he's been divorced three times.

Still nothing? He has a column and a radio show and he's always on the cable news, complaining about the how leftists control the media. No, not that guy either. This is another guy.

No, you're thinking of the racist drug addict. The other other guy. No, not the herbal cures conman or the trickbaby from the National Review, or the illiterate film critic who smells like pee.

No, not the blonde, either. He had the operation. He's totally a woman now. This is someone else. Just stay with me, okay?

In his column this week -- smuggled by the underground from the cell where the UN suppresses all free thought -- Prager says he saw a bumper sticker that said "Buck Fush," and it proves that liberals are always angry. In fact...

"... it tells us that leftist anger -- make that hatred -- of its opponents is probably the greatest politically inspired hatred in the country... parts of the left have little or no belief in the concept of "decency" as traditionally understood by Western civilization..."

Which sounds like a lot of hate weight to put on one bumper sticker. (And to take off the folks who bomb abortion clinics and picket funerals with "God hates fags" placards.) But what the h-ck.

Prager goes on to say that cussing comes from permissiveness and too much self-esteem and if the Greatest Generation had been this selfish, they would have never stopped Reich Fuhrer You Know Who.

And that's just from a two-word bumper sticker. If you hang fuzzy dice off your rearview mirror, a werewolf rapes Ronald Reagan in h-ll.

I swear I'm not making his quote up. You can find it on his website www.thirdstringangryblowhard.com.

No, not that third-string angry blowhard. The other one.

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Prager also writes:

"...you almost never hear a conservative say 'I am offended' when reacting to a liberal speaker or writer, but it is quite commonplace for a liberal to use those words in reacting to someone from the right."

I know that sounds like a crazy lie, but notice Prager doesn't say conservatives never say "I am offended." He says they almost never say it.

Oh, sure, there are a few people and institutions the right may have objected to in the last few years -- the really egregious offenders -- but those are the exceptions that prove the rule.

Here's a partial list of them from Boycottliberalism.com:

ABC News
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Artists for Winning Without War
Atlanta Braves
Air America
AOL/Time Warner
AARP
AFSCME
AFL-CIO
ACLU
Amnesty International
Anti-Flag
Art Alexakis
Robert Altman
Gillian Anderson
Jennifer Aniston
Aruba
Baltimore Sun
BBC
Boston Globe
Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream
Bon Jovi
Boondocks
Burt Bacharach
Kevin Bacon
Bad Religion
Lance Bass
Beastie Boys
Richard Belzer
Jessica Biel
Jason Biggs
Stephen Bing
Mary J. Blige
Jack Black
Jackson Browne
CBS
CNN
Citizens for Tax Justice
Codepink
The Cartoon Network
Citgo Gas
Countdown with Keith Olbermann
Crossfire
Current TV
Coldplay
Robert Cray
David Cross
Sheryl Crow
Billy Crystal
Mark Cuban
John Cusack
Jamie Lee Curtis
Detroit Free Press
DreamWorks
Claire Danes
Dave Matthews Band
Robert De Niro
Neil Diamond
Vincent D'Onofrio
Phil Donahue
The Donnas
Richard Donner
Kirsten Dunst
Eliza Dushku
Ebert & Roeper
Esquire
The Eagles
Nora Efron
Everclear
Emily's List
Exhale
Face the Nation
Foo Fighters
Jaime Foxx
Morgan Freeman
Globe and Mail
Green Party
Greenpeace
David Geffen
Good Charlotte
Green Day
Bryant Gumbel
Jake Gyllenhaal
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Colin Hanks
Ed Harris
Dustin Hoffman
Ron Howard
Kate Hudson
Helen Hunt
Hardball
HBO
Heinz
Hustler
Houston Chronicle
The Huffington Post
Human Rights Campaign
Humanitarian Law Project
Jerry Springer
Janet Jackson
Scarlett Johansson
Jeffrey Katzenberg
Garrison Keillor
Carole King
Lenny Kravitz
Ashton Kutcher
LA Times
The Late Show with David Letterman
Lions Gate Films
Norman Lear
Heath Ledger
John Leguizamo
Lisa Loeb
Meet the Press
William H. Macy
John McEnroe
Debra Messing
Bette Midler
Esai Morales
Eddie Murphy
Media Matters for America
MoveOn.org
The Miami Herald
Mother Jones
The Nation
NBC
NY Daily News
New Yorker
Newsday
Newsweek
National Endowment for the Arts
National Education Association
NPR
NY Times
Willie Nelson

Paul Newman
Nine Inch Nails
No Doubt
NOFX
Edward Norton
NOW
NARAL
NAACP
The Oregonian
Orlando Sentinel
The Offspring
Ozzy Osbourne
Open Society Institute
Sean Penn
People for the American Way
Planned Parenthood
Palm Beach Post
PBS
Philadelphia Daily News
Pepper Dennis
Prairie Home Companion
The Progressive
Sarah Jessica Parker
Gwyneth Paltrow
Alexandra Paul
Liz Phair
Progressive Insurance
Quantum Funds
Tim Robbins
Rainbow/ Push Coalition
Andy Rooney
Rolling Stone
Radiohead
Bonnie Raitt
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Julia Roberts
Rebecca Romijn
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
St. Petersburg Times
San Jose Mercury News
Salon.com
Slate Magazine
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
60 Minutes
Sirius Satellite Radio
Bruce Springsteen
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
The Sundance Channel
Barbra Streisand
Martin Sheen
Susan Sarandon
Charlie Sheen
Paul Simon
Aaron Sorkin
David Spade
Gwen Stefani
Julia Stiles
Ben Stiller
Angie Stone
Meryl Streep
Sum 41
Donald Sutherland
SEIU
Sierra Club
San Francisco
Ted's Montana Grill
30 Rock
The Today Show
This Week
Time Magazine
Uma Thurman
Donald Trump
Traverse City Film Festival
The United States Human Rights Network
Vanity Fair
VH-1
The View
Washington Post
Mike Wallace
Naomi Watts
Denzel Washington
Naomi Wolf
XM Satellite Radio
Neil Young

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You have to hand it to Dennis Prager. Aside from that, conservatives never get offended.

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"VH-1?"