MALKIN: THE KOCH BROTHERS ARE THE REAL VICTIMS OF BULLYING IN THIS SOCIETY
I could add to the millions of online words already posted or about to be posted in reference to the Washington Post story about Mitt Romney's prep-school bullying of a gay classmate (in the incident cited by the Post, Romney and several prep school friends tackled a classmate whose haircut they regarded as effeminate and forcibly hacked away at his hair). For now, though, I'll just give you Michelle Malkin's reaction on Twitter:
The wingers just can't help it, can they? You give them an example of cruel, callous treatment of a truly helpless or vulnerable person, and when they try to respond in kind, the only "victims" they can imagine on their own side, the only people for whom they can bear to feel empathy, are some of the most powerful people on earth. The Supreme Court? Fox News? Republican donors? Is she serious? Well, yes, she is. Up is down, east is west, only blacks are racist, only feminists are sexist, and only people with massive amounts of power are powerless. That's right-wing thinking right now.