Actor BD Wong having ‘surprising realization’ about ‘Duck Dynasty’ cast

http://twitter.com/#!/BD_WONG/status/417489594288832513

Actor BD Wong, known for his roles as Dr. George Huang on “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and Father Ray Mukada on “Oz,” weighed in on the “Duck Dynasty” controversy in a “TMI” kind of way.

http://twitter.com/#!/oddermoodski/status/417495136801521664

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Daily Kos editor, Marcotte defend scoring points on backs of the dead

http://twitter.com/#!/CuffyMeh/status/226347759245094912

Predictably, some on the Left are grossly trying to score political points on the backs of the dead after the tragedy in Aurora, Colo. Daily Kos editor David Waldman goes one revolting step further and says it’s totally cool to do so.

@livjackson94 There's a difference, but they're of a piece. You can't actually change public policy without scoring political points.

— David Waldman (@KagroX) July 20, 2012

To say the issue is non-political is to throw your hands up and refuse to self-govern. You're welcome to do that, though.

— David Waldman (@KagroX) July 20, 2012

Bottom line is that policy decisions are driven by scoring political points. Messy business, but you don't HAVE to self-govern.

— David Waldman (@KagroX) July 20, 2012

Oh, it’s just a little bit messy! Dancing on graves can be that way. Beyond reprehensible. This isn’t just spiking the football; it’s spiking the football in a cemetery at the expense of lives lost. What’s a little moral bankruptcy when there is a tragedy to exploit, huh, lefties?

Fired John Edwards blogger Amanda Marcotte also jumps aboard the bilious train.

Responding to a shooting with calls for gun control is "politicizing" in the same way demanding for dams in response to floods is.

— Amanda Marcotte (@AmandaMarcotte) July 20, 2012

Gun control supporters get accused of "politicizing". But politics is how we deal with social problems. Stop acting like it's entertainment.

— Amanda Marcotte (@AmandaMarcotte) July 20, 2012

Sickening.

When you’ve lost Keith Olbermann …

@KeithOlbermann Tomorrow, too.

— David Waldman (@KagroX) July 20, 2012

@KeithOlbermann STFU sounds pretty mournful.

— David Waldman (@KagroX) July 20, 2012

@TheScathed What exactly was it that was so unacceptable, though? Can you tell me that so I can stop, at least?

— David Waldman (@KagroX) July 20, 2012

You're done here RT @KagroX @KeithOlbermann Let's say this: no penis-waving today. Maybe we pocket things like "STFU."

— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) July 20, 2012

Of course, Keith Olbermann is only upset that Mr. Waldman exposed the truth about the Left. This is what they do; never let a tragedy go to waste.

The mentally unstable and morally bankrupt chime in.

@KagroX But there's also a certain self-righteousness that comes with a tragedy. "There's only one way to mourn. SHUT UP IF YOU DON'T AGREE"

— Saladinho (@_Saladinho_) July 20, 2012

@KeithOlbermann @KagroX The Limbaugh fire finally erupts in an actual theater and we should silence the outrage? NOT THIS TIME.

— sharon stillson (@stillonline) July 20, 2012

Many others like that disgraceful Twitter user have also tried to score points against Rush Limbaugh using the tragic loss of life. Contemptible.

All about them and their agenda, you see. Look, ghouls: People died. Loves ones were lost, forever. People are in pain, devastated with grief.

Those with souls, and functioning brains, respond.

David Waldman is making a passionate case for why no one takes him seriously or does anything he wants.

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) July 20, 2012

David Waldman is better known as @KagroX, BTW, because HE'S JUST THAT REVOLUTIONARY.

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) July 20, 2012

We also see Amanda Marcotte advocating banning pepper-spray cannisters (she calls it "tear gas"). Probably didn't think it through.

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) July 20, 2012

@carlaaxt Actually, I'm saying I don't know, you don't know, and @AmandaMarcotte doesn't know. I only saw the drivel she wrote.

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) July 20, 2012

@carlaaxt Unfortunately, you guys just can't resist… @AmandaMarcotte

— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) July 20, 2012

@KeithOlbermann @kagrox Yes, for gosh sakes! Give it a day already.

— Douglas Scott Potter (@dspov) July 20, 2012

They can’t. That’s what happens when one has no moral compass.

Lefties trying to score cheap political points off the Colorado tragedy are one step away from no longer casting a reflection in mirrors.

— John Hayward (@Doc_0) July 20, 2012

Update: Geraldo Rivera also ghoulishly defends politicizing tragedy on the backs of the dead while pushing for gun control.

Don't understand calls not to 'politicize' Aurora mass murder. Isn't politics representative government responding to people's concerns?

— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) July 20, 2012

Gun lobby uses the 'don't politicize' line to distract concern about the crazy availability of heavy weapons.

— Geraldo Rivera (@GeraldoRivera) July 20, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/07/20/ghouls-daily-kos-editor-amanda-marcotte-say-nothing-wrong-with-scoring-political-points-on-the-backs-of-the-dead/