It takes a village to school MSNBC’s ‘persecuted’ village idiot Melissa Harris-Perry

On Sunday, Sarah Palin called out the ludicrous and creepy MSNBC spot by Melissa Harris-Perry. You see, Ms. Harris-Perry believes all your children belong to us.

Children are community property!

Palin called it “unflippingbelievable” and many others agreed. Collectivism? No thank you.

Leave our children alone.

Ms. Harris-Perry apparently not only believes that your children aren’t your own, but neither are your thoughts. If you think independently and disagree with her, that must be persecution!

No, for real. She is claiming persecution. With bible verse.

Bingo. Actor Adam Baldwin responds to Ms. Harris-Perry.

https://twitter.com/adamsbaldwin/status/321687598944890880

https://twitter.com/adamsbaldwin/status/321686085799407616

https://twitter.com/adamsbaldwin/status/321683950667956224

And, that’s right. She doubled-down on her creepy collectivism. “Lean Forward”? More like “Lean Creepy” into collectivism. Again.

Waah!  Her doubling-down is beyond pitiful:

My inbox began filling with hateful, personal attacks on Monday, apparently as a result of conservative reactions to a recent “Lean Forward” advertisement now airing on MSNBC, which you can view above. What I thought was an uncontroversial comment on my desire for Americans to see children as everyone’s responsibility has created a bit of a tempest in the right’s teapot. Allow me to double down.

Stop tweeting her! Leave Melissa alooooone.

Twitter users rightly give her the business and try to provide some Teachable Moments. It takes a village? Well, it does take a village to school the village idiot.

https://twitter.com/FirstTeamTommy/status/321680793430786048

https://twitter.com/RileyRebel129/status/321466663696478209

Actor Nick Searcy weighs in with his usual awesome.

The lessons continue.

Huh. How about that?

And in a timely nutshell: Words of wisdom from the late Margaret Thatcher.

https://twitter.com/JasonBWhitman/status/321719066727436288

Amen.

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