So Rush Limbaugh has tipped waitress Merritt Tierce $2000 on two separate occasions. Both times it was above and beyond the amount he was required to tip for good service (assuming he got such service; I have no idea).
It was good that Limbaugh was so gracious because, much like happens when God is gracious, it exposed just what kind of psychotic hate Liberals harbor against anyone who dares disagree with them.
The Dallas news arts blog reported,
Tierce used to get some high rollers at the restaurant, including conservative talk show mogul Rush Limbaugh. Tierce waited on Limbaugh twice (both times he came in with Al Michaels, who was in town to call Cowboys games). Both times Limbaugh left her $2,000 tips on modest-size checks, once with twenty $100 bills. “That was like blood money to me,” says Tierce, who does not share Limbaugh’s social views.
Tierce was also executive director of the TEA Fund, which provides money to women who can’t afford to get abortions. (She’s still active in the abortion rights world; you can read her recent New York Times Op-Ed piece on the subject here). So she did the only logical thing with Limbaugh’s cash. She donated a sizable chunk of it to the TEA Fund.
“It felt like laundering the money in a good way,” she says. “He’s such an obvious target for any feminist or sane person. It was really bizarre to me that he gave me $2,000, and he’s evil incarnate in some ways.”
Tierce is a hater. One can easily see how she had to become one by looking at her New York Times editorial. She wrote it, oddly, because she sees the same criticism pointed out on this blog—Wendy Davis provides justifications for her abortions that don’t apply to most of the legal abortions in the United States. Tierce wants to correct that problem. So Tierce uses herself to provide an example of an even less justified baby-killing. And she succeeds!
She also shows why hatred is now a lifetime commitment for her. A mother of two who has an affair and gets rid of the resulting child has to either repent or hate everyone who might remind her of what she did. She is committed. Rush Limbaugh is the enemy. She is so blinded by hate that she doesn’t even notice the irony of her accusation that he gave her “blood money.”
It is almost pitiable. Here’s a woman who obviously ought to hate at least one man in her life, but that would get too close to her own ego since she shared in the evil decisions. So she projects it all onto someone who never did her any harm—someone who gave her free money. He’s the enemy. I’ve made a choice to kill children that he points out is murder. So I’ll get back at him by contributing to the deaths of poor children. That will teach him.
Don’t Liberals think of Rush Limbaugh as hating the poor? So, if he lived down to that stereotype in the cartoonish way Tierce presents it, he would be in favor of snuffing out a few babies from mothers who lacked the funds to hire out the killings on their own. But Tierce can’t see that because she has allowed herself to think that rich people who promote abortions among the poor do it out of compassion and love for them—a message sponsored by such rich people, so it must be true and all intelligent and thoughtful people will never question it.
Liberals hate. That is the lesson here. With passion.