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John Forsythe: More Proof that God Hates Liberals

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When an actor dies, it is sometimes very easy to mistake him for the characters he played.   For instance, if you were to judge Ronald Reagan by his movie career, you would think he was some kind of half-brained dimwit who kept getting outsmarted by a monkey.  When John Forsythe died today, the media elites were quick to pounce on him as some sort of beloved American figure.  However, even in the roles he pick he wore his twisted liberal ideology on his sleeve as surely as if it was a hammer and a sickle.  It is easy to mistake Forsythe for the lovable, family man, and business man Blake Carrington who he played on Dynasty.  The truth is much uglier.

John Forsythe’s own website contains the quote, “”I’m a member of the establishment inescapably, but beneath this gray-flannel exterior beats a peculiar kind of a heart. It wants a better life for all, less hypocrisy and more social justice.”

I don’t need to tell you what no less an expert than Glenn Beck said about social justice, but I will. “Social justice was the rallying cry—economic justice and social justice—the rallying cry on both the communist front and the fascist front. That is not an American idea. And if we don’t get off the social justice economic justice bandwagon, if you are not aware of what this is, you are in grave danger. All of our faiths–my faith your faith–whatever your church is, this is infecting all of them”, said Beck.

Yeah, that’s right–the kindly actor would happily escort you to a work camp in the name of social justice.  Now, with that fresh perspective let’s look at some of John Forsythe’s roles:

  • Bachelor Father – In 1957 he was a pioneer in teaching impressionable people that children don’t need two parents
  • Kitten with a Whip – Encouraging sado-masochism before the sexual revolution
  • In Cold Blood – A film glorifying crime and homosexuality
  • World of Survival – He served as narrator on this alarmist environmentalist diatribe.
  • Charlie’s Angels – Hard core feminist propaganda
  • Dynasty – Excellent job playing the charismatic Blake Carrington
  • The Powers that Be – Normal Lear’s liberal diatribe was mercifully canceled after only a season.

Yes, a part of me will mourn the death of Blake Carrington, but John Forsythe’s death just goes to show you liberals out there that you will meet your maker and when you do you will have to answer for opposing the war in Iraq and giving people medical care.   Let this untimely death be a warning to get right.


Written by thatsrightnate

April 2, 2010 at 7:43 pm

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  1. So true. The bible clearly states that we should enslave people if we can, and be good slaves if we can’t. There’s no social justice in the bible! It’s all smiting and wrath and stuff. And people think Jesus was one of those peacenik hippies, but he made it totally clear he wasn’t there to change any of the old rules.

    Yep, human rights, compassion, and charity have no place in a true fundamental Christian’s arsenal. Arsenals are for weapons! Big ones!

    godlizard aka dotlizard

    April 3, 2010 at 1:04 am

  2. Thank you dotlizard. You truly are a godly lizard.


    April 3, 2010 at 6:44 am

  3. RIP – John Forsythe, 92, played a single playboy father in the 50’s; the owner of an all-girl spy ring in the 70’s, and ran a dynasty in the 80’s. But back when he was a teen he was the voice of the Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbet’s Field!


    April 3, 2010 at 12:05 pm

  4. Happy Resurrection Nate. Thought you would enjoy a bit of good news from Texas. Your brother in law, Steve.

    MADISONVILLE, TEX. — As vendors sold yellow “Don’t Tread on Me” flags nearby, Texas State Board of Education member Don McLeroy assured a gathering of Tea Party activists one recent evening that President Obama was going to keep his hands off the schools in the Lone Star State.

    There would be no bid for Obama’s Race to the Top grant program, no endorsement of new math and English standards that Obama backs. And the state school board, under McLeroy’s prodding, would continue its push to adopt social studies standards that set Texas apart from other states because, among other changes, they recast sections on the American Revolution to put more emphasis on Christianity and less on the writings of Thomas Jefferson.

    “Our children will now study some of the unintended consequences of the Great Society, such as the destruction of the black family,” said McLeroy, a compact, enthusiastic dentist who keeps a copy of the Constitution in his breast pocket. “Our students will be taught that this country was founded on biblical principles.”

    Texas’s rejection of federal education initiatives is good politics, analysts say, especially in a primary season in which Gov. Rick Perry (R) fought off a challenger by shifting rightward.

    “You get a lot of issues that the other states are facing but not talking about because they want to be eligible for Race to the Top” money, said Sandy Kress, a former adviser to President George W. Bush and one of the authors of the No Child Left Behind Act.
    POSTED BY – AT 10:48 AM


    April 4, 2010 at 8:36 pm

  5. Kim Gotshall

    August 18, 2011 at 6:31 pm

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