This Leftist Got Scared Of His Plumber Because Of Trump. This Is Why They Lose.

The week after this election, senior editor of Think Progress Ned Resnikoff penned a screed online about his unfortunate experiences with his neighborhood plumber.

  • Clink9

    That’s the best part about liberal snowflakes.
    When you turn up the heat on them, they melt.

  • robins111

    He really should try the ones with the wings, otherwise he’ll mess up his panties.

    • Will Quest

      Teddy’s a-hole is a communal va-jay-jay …….

  • Out of his gourd, as they say.

  • Waffle

    “I’m still a straight, white guy who can phenotypically pass for gentile. Plus, my first name is pretty WASP-y”.

    Phenotypically???

    I had to look it up (I’m all for the maxim of learning at least one new word per day)

    “the set of observable characteristics of an individual resulting from the interaction of its genotype with the environment.”

    So, Neil, this means you don’t look stereotypically Jewish? Like no hooked nose? No kinky hair?

    Poor Neil. He is afflicted with the dilemma of the North American Jew who thinks he can “pass”. To my shame, I did it myself (years ago). I had a nose job and that freed me to perm my hair. I had always wanted curly hair but it did not come naturally for me. I would need a perm. But a had a big, Jooishy nose. I felt that if went ahead and had a perm I’d end up looking like Judy Rebick who looked stereotypically Joosih. So I waited until the bandages came off and the black eyes faded (they break your under controlled conditions so they can reset it) and then I went out dancing.

    My new appearance was a success. A good-looking goy who had asked me to dance asked me my name. When i told him, he said “You don’t look Jewish”. I responded, “I used to”.

    For a long time, I thought it was a great line. Today, I am ashamed I ever said it.

    But to return to Neil’s phenotypical angst, he does touch on a matter that puzzles me: the perception that southerners are bigoted racists. I heard the same stereotyping over 20 years ago when I moved to Texas. My sophisticated Toronto friends thought that all southerners were prejudiced against blacks and they could not believe that Jews actually lived in Texas (of all places!!).

    But now we live in an age of identity politics and aggressive, in-your-face antisemitism. What is a liberal/progressive Jew to do?

    • Shebel

      I don’t think that I believe you -Waffle– and your stereotypical Jew image.
      Are you sure that you were not just a transvestite doing a sex change ?

      • Waffle

        LOL! That’s the beauty of having an avatar/pseudonym. You’re never quite sure of who is who or what is what, eh?

        • Shebel

          I guess. Sometimes , I just want to believe people.
          Silly.

        • Shebel

          That is true—I really don’t give damn any more.
          I just know that it is olde crew—-

  • KillerMarmot

    Fearing someone for the color of their skin and their accent is normally called “bigotry”, isn’t it?

  • tom_billesley

    I’m triggered and retreating to my safe space bunker. His name is from резник – a shochet or ritual slaughterer. Enough to give anyone a conniption fit.