Left’s Tolerance Limited to Liberals

by Ken Connor

The Good Book tells us that pride goes before a fall, and with the midterm elections looming perhaps nothing encapsulates the truth of this maxim more than the leadership of the Democrat Party and its constituency of liberal media elites.  The Left’s inability to engage opposing views with seriousness and respect and their unwillingness to tolerate divergent opinions within their own ranks reveal an ugly intolerance lurking beneath their veneer of open-mindedness, an intolerance that has fueled the continued, rapid growth of the Tea Party and all but sealed the electoral fate of many Democrats come November 2nd.

A new series of advertisements for MSNBC on the airwaves this week captures perfectly the kind of paternalistic condescension that’s crippling the Left in the eyes of so many American people.  The ads are intended to communicate the spirit of progress that guides the network, and to set MSNBC above and apart from it’s chief competition and ideological nemesis, Fox News.  In airing these ads, MSNBC is essentially extending an invitation to the American people.  “Join us” they say, in our quest to “move forward” towards a better America for all.  There’s only one small problem.  According the ideological litmus test imposed by the network, vast segments of the American population don’t qualify to participate in MSNBC’s vision.

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