Monday, August 29, 2005

Tell us something we didn't know

The Salt Lake Tribune has discovered that Rocky Anderson is a loudmouthed, obnoxious, insufferable prick of a tyrant who secretly hates Mormons.

Okay, better late than never. Everyone else in Utah already knew that, but apparently it took a womyn with impeccable liberal credentials to make the Trib take notice. It's hard to paint a career leftist like Deeda Seed as a conservative stooge.

So, what will happen now to Mayor Anderson? Absolutely nothing. The upper-crust east-bench University types who make up his base will rally 'round him once again, the spineless moderates at the Utah Democrat Party will studiously ignore these latest allegations, and the feeble Alliance for Unity will remain invisible.

It doesn't seem to be much of an exaggeration to say that Rocky could issue an Extermination Order a la Governor Boggs during the upcoming LDS General Conference and there wouldn't be a peep of protest from these groups; indeed, members of his hard left base would all agree it was about time, the Utah Democrat Party would blame Republican Senator Hatch for provoking him, and the Alliance for Unity would fret that he hadn't sought to "build a consensus" before issuing the statement.

Which explains in part why the Utah Democrat Party will remain the minority party for the foreseeable future.


At 5:04 AM, Blogger The Great El-ahrairah said...

The thing I find interesting is at the end of the article, it shows who were Rock-Head's communications directors, when they served and what ultimately happened to them. Since he took office, he has had six directors. Two he fired and the other four either resigned (one) or quit (three). I guess you can draw your own conclusions.

I don't find surprising that he feels that he is not being "used" to his fullest as mayor of SLC. Unfortunately, he knows that he is at his pinacle in this state since he could never get elected to national office.

At 10:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do your background research and you'll discover that Rocky Anderson was (is?) a long-time member and activist for the pro-Marxist movement. Throughout college and a good chunk of his ACLU career he was not only supporting and promoting the Marxist ideology, but was a member of a Marxist activist group.


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